Why Everyone Should Invest Responsibly

Do you own stocks? There’s a decent chance the answer is yes. A study by the Federal Reserve found that in 2016, 51.9 percent of families owned stocks, either directly or as part of a fund. That is shockingly low, however right now I am not interested in the percentage of Americans that own stock, … Continue reading Why Everyone Should Invest Responsibly

Ripped From Reality

Wow where to begin? It seems that everyone’s lives have changed so much since my last post in October. Most have made sacrifices in the face of this global pandemic. In Senegal, for a few months ignorance was bliss. I sat in my village of little cell reception, and declined to pay attention to the … Continue reading Ripped From Reality