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Motley Fool vs. Seeking Alpha

As an investor, you have countless options to assist in your investment research. The web contains a variety of websites that provide: News wires; Investment research; and Other financial services. Each of these sources is unique in their own way. So, which source is best? And more importantly… …which source is best for you? You Read More…


Motley Fool vs. Morningstar


Robinhood vs. Acorns

Millennials are now in their mid 20s to mid 30s, starting families, and looking towards the future. However, many Millennials aren’t doing much investing. According to Business Insider, only about a third of Millennials actively contribute to a retirement account. This isn’t a surprising trend. Many Millennials reached early adulthood or entered the workforce just Read More…

Robinhood vs. Stash

Robinhood vs. Stash

Does investing sound complicated and intimidating? Perhaps it does to you. Or, perhaps you know this first-hand. Whatever the case may be… …we are here to change your outlook. Here are a 3 tips to get you started: 1. Think long-term. Investing is not about “getting in” at the right time. The best investors don’t even try to Read More…


Is Robinhood Safe?

It is no secret that fintech is dominating the financial industry. Think about the many investment apps, online exchanges, and online brokerages. You can trade everything from stocks, exchange-traded funds, and cryptocurrency. Robinhood is one of the fastest-growing and lowest cost investment options. Founded by Baiju Bhatt and Vladimir Tenev… …Robinhood has seen significant growth Read More…


Truebill vs. Trim

Keeping your finances on track takes effort. This effort can be overwhelming for those with other responsibilities. I think all of us fall into the category of people with “other responsibilities.” Therefore, all our finances can become overwhelming at one point or another. However, even IF you check your financial accounts regularly… …it remains EASY Read More…