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To Invest Or Not To Invest: Beyond The Crypto Bubble

To Invest Or Not To Invest: Beyond The Crypto Bubble

In 2017, cryptocurrencies went mainstream. Over the course of a few short months, Bitcoin, Ethereum, many “altcoins” and the blockchain became household names—driving the collective market cap of all cryptocurrencies into the hundreds of billions of dollars and representing one of the greatest bull runs in history.

The Return of Inflation, And Why It Matters

The Return of Inflation, And Why It Matters

Inflation is the term we use to describe a broad-spectrum increase in prices across the entire economy. When inflation strikes an economy, the same number of dollars buys less of a good or service over time, resulting in a decrease in your real purchasing power even though your nominal purchasing power, or the number of dollars you have, stays the same.

If It Seems Too Good To Be True, It Probably Is: The 7 Biggest Financial Scams in American History

If It Seems Too Good To Be True, It Probably Is: The 7 Biggest Financial Scams in American History

From the Wild West to Wall Street, the tradition of fast-talking confidence men pulling a fast one on unwitting customers is American as apple pie.

How Elizabeth Warren Took Down the CEO of Wells Fargo, And Why It Matters

How Elizabeth Warren Took Down the CEO of Wells Fargo, And Why It Matters

Thanks to Senator Warren and the rise and fall of John Stumpf, leaders of financial institutions are painfully aware that there are consequences at the top for deceptive practices, which means that Americans can rest a little easier.