Happy #FinanceFriday ! (I know it’s Saturday, but its the thought that counts, right?) I’m a day late, but not a dollar short.
This week is a continuation of last week’s #FinanceFriday, which defined several basic investment terms every investor should know. First, lets talk about how you can define the value of your investments.
#FinanceFriday is back and here to stay this time! If you missed the first #FinanceFriday entitled 3 Steps to Become Financially Healthy, you should check it out. This series of articles will be sequential, so it is in your best interest to go back and read what you’ve missed.
The goal of #FinanceFriday is to give you a starter kit for investing (knowing the terminology, what to look for when investing, etc.) so you can start investing for the future. This week will cover investment terminology.
My #FinanceFriday segment is FINALLY here! I’ve been saying I wanted to start talking about Finance on this site for months now, but I let other things in my life distract me. Not anymore! After last Tuesday (Election Day -_-), we have to get our finances in order to help withstand hardships in the economy to come. I’m NOT a Certified Financial Educator or a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), but I DO have a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Finance. Whatever I know and learn along the way, I will teach and would like you all to share this knowledge with your family and friends.
“Each one, teach one.”- African-American Proverb
I get A LOT of questions about how to start investing and I plan to break down terminology and strategies that every investor should know with this segment, but in order to invest money you have to have money, right? Let’s discuss 3 steps that will have you financially healthy enough to start investing and saving for the future. Continue reading 3 Steps to Become Financially Healthy→
If you know anything about hip hop, you know the name Karen Civil. She’s best known from her blog that gives its readers “an industry insider look into hip hop“. However, Karen also manages different artists, including YG and Nipsey Hussle, and has been pivotal in making business relationships between artists and major companies for endorsements, which has been extremely important as artist become more dependent on other streams of income than just music sells.