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Lives in United States. 22 years old.
by on December 17, 2020
Source Published on December 16, 2020 By Carmen Ang ...
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by on January 8, 2021
The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns (2011-2020) Being a commodity investor can feel like riding a roller coaster. Take silver. Typically known for sharp, idiosyncratic price movements, it fa...
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by on January 5, 2021
Published by Nick Routley To say that 2020 was an unusual year in markets would be a vast understatement. ...
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by on January 19, 2021
Mapped: The 50 Richest Women in the World in 2021 View the high-resolution of the infographic by clicking here. According to a recent census by Wealth-X, 11.9% of global billionaires are women. ...
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by on February 6, 2021
You’ve likely heard about the recent drama involving GameStop, but unless you’re familiar with how the stock market works, the intricacies of what’s going on may have been lost on you. And if that’...
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by on February 20, 2021
How People Make Investment Decisions When you’re making investment decisions, there can be a lot of different things to consider. Which types of asset classes should you hold? How much risk are you...
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by on February 4, 2021
Asset Class Correlation Over 25 Years How can you minimize the impact of a market crash on your portfolio? One main strategy is building a portfolio with asset classes that have low or negative cor...
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by on February 12, 2021
How Top Gold Mining Stocks Performed in 2020 Gold mining stocks and the GDX saw strong returns in 2020 as gold was one of the most resilient and best performing assets in a highly volatile year. ...
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by on March 2, 2021
The Briefing Previous research has indicated that money stops buying happiness after $75,000/year However, new research finds a strong correlation between income and happiness, trending upward...
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by on April 2, 2021
U.S. Stock Ownership Over Time (1965-2019) The U.S. stock market is the largest in the world, with total U.S. stock ownership amounting to almost $40 trillion in 2019. But who owns all these equiti...
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by on March 5, 2021
The Briefing Since 1980, college tuition and fees in the U.S. have increased by 1,200% Because of the shift to online classes, 2020 saw the lowest tuition increase in the last four decades ...
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