Finance

The Free Market of Global Education

The Free Market of Global Education

Over the past few decades, America’s education system has drifted into the realm of obscurity and has caused the country to miss out on a great deal of intellectual progress. Although our country’s private schools are still regarded as the best in the world, our […]

Going Short on Herbalife

Going Short on Herbalife

You should probably skip this nutrition supplement.

Time for the Market to Check its ABS

Time for the Market to Check its ABS

*Alex Trebek* In this year the S&P 500 was at 683, the Dow Jones at 6,626 and unemployment at 10%. What is 2009? I’m sure most of us remember this time period, and if not Steve Carell and Christian Bale did a fine job of […]

The Original FinTech Giant

The Original FinTech Giant

FinTech is a hot and cutting-edge sector, but its roots are more traditional than you’d think.

Pills for your Portfolio: How to Invest in Orthopedics

Pills for your Portfolio: How to Invest in Orthopedics

If you are like me and your parents are of the “baby boomer” generation (meaning they were born between 1946 and 1964), you may have heard the phrase “my back hurts” more often than once. There’s nothing wrong with that—it is simply something that comes […]

How Uber Got a New Dad

How Uber Got a New Dad

Coming into 2017 a main goal of Uber was its initial public offering (IPO), one of the most anticipated of the year. Unfortunately, Uber had some internal issues that had to take precedence. Whilst Snap Inc. (SNAP) and Blue Apron (APRN) had high-profile IPO’s, Uber […]

The Annual Debate: What is a Home Worth?

The Annual Debate: What is a Home Worth?

We often stop and reflect on our own lives. At holidays, on birthdays, or any random day, we reassess our character, our virtues, our moral, and our goals. But when is the last time we stopped and reassessed our home property values? As an important […]

How Millennial Retirement will be Different from their Parents’

How Millennial Retirement will be Different from their Parents’

I will be starting my first job next January, and have already had a few people talk to me about when I’m going to retire and how I’m going to save for that. In my current state of mind, retirement is so far down the […]

Hedge Funds – The Good and the Bad

Hedge Funds – The Good and the Bad

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The New, Cheaper Bar that Millennials Want

The New, Cheaper Bar that Millennials Want

What Chris Brown taught me about nightlife in America.