Personal Finance

Adulting Part One: Leasing a Car

Adulting Part One: Leasing a Car

It might be cheaper than you think.

How Green is your “Green” Car?

How Green is your “Green” Car?

In my last article that I touched on that your green car may actually be more harmful than a normal combustion engine car. So how much of an effect are you really making?

Starbucks v. Dunkin’ A Caffine Conundrum

Starbucks v. Dunkin’ A Caffine Conundrum

I’ll take my sales black, please!

What Asset Classes and your GPA Have in Common

What Asset Classes and your GPA Have in Common

Let’s take a look at your GPA. You’re studying hard for the five classes that you’re taking this semester. All of them are challenging and you hope to do well in each, but after grades are in and you’re home for break looking at your […]

Even Your Money Can Make a Difference

New ETFs allow you to invest in only socially responsible businesses

Why is Ford Bringing Back the Bronco?

The Ford Bronco was an iconic car in the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. So why did it go away? And why is ford bringing it back?

The Economics of Love

Is there utility in splitting utilities?

The Economics of Classic Cars

Cars have always been considered a bad investment and you will always lose money on buying a new car. So why might investors flock to cars to make a long term profit?

Why Textbooks are so Expensive and How They’re Getting Cheaper

Why Textbooks are so Expensive and How They’re Getting Cheaper

Since 1978, textbook prices have gone up by 812%. That’s double the cost increase of new homes. From 2003 to 2013 alone, these prices have gone up 82% which was twice the rate of inflation over that period. The only college-related expense that rose quicker […]