Popular Stock Trading Platforms in 2020

Have you ever thought about opening a stock trading account? Or perhaps you are looking for another platform to trade on? This blog is intended to compare and contrast three popular stock trading platforms.  I have had experience and currently use all three brokers : ETrade, Robinhood, and Webull. I first started on Robinhood backContinue reading “Popular Stock Trading Platforms in 2020”

2020 Social Media Platforms

Social media has been growing rapidly over the years and there seems to be no end in sight. With many of us being first introduced to social media at a young age, Generations Y and Z have transformed the industry. Currently there are over 3.8 billion users on social media. By 2023, it is estimatedContinue reading “2020 Social Media Platforms”

Stock Market Data for July 2020

Stock Market Data! I was thinking to myself a few days ago, what if I bought one share of each of the 100 biggest market caps on the stock market? Would my portfolio be “too diversified”? Would I make a profit? I decided to complete some research, and the data is worth sharing! The Study:Continue reading “Stock Market Data for July 2020”

Five Skills I Learned in College

College is said to be “the most fun four years of your life”. Even though that may be true, it also is a time where you learn about yourself and the world around you. Not so long ago, I graduated from Virginia Tech. Since then, I have been reflecting on my college experience. What didContinue reading “Five Skills I Learned in College”

My Favorite Hikes Around the World

The COVID-19 global pandemic has officially altered travel plans and has limited adventurists worldwide. Reflecting back on my past travels gets me excited for what the future holds for life after quarantine. To those who feel the same way, I suggest adding some of my favorite hikes to your future itinerary! Hike #1 – MonteContinue reading “My Favorite Hikes Around the World”

Personal Philosophy, Favorite Quotes

As a person who is inspired by short text and quotes- I thought it would be beneficial to share my personal philosophy. Also, a few of my favorite quotes by some of the most influential people who have ever lived. Personal Philosophy: Keeping an open mind allows you to evaluate different perspectives and apply itContinue reading “Personal Philosophy, Favorite Quotes”

Go Big or Go Home: Money making ideas!

Last week I put out an article that showed a few ways that could make you some extra money. This week’s blog is focused on ways that could put significantly more in your bank.  Say you have $500. One day you decide you want to turn that $500 into $1000. How can you do it?Continue reading “Go Big or Go Home: Money making ideas!”

EZ MONEY! From selling broken iPhones to listening to music for money, here are 6 ways to generate some extra capital.

First and foremost, I am not trying to sell you anything. In no way am I sponsoring any of these businesses. This is purely an informative list of some of the best services that can put a little extra money in your pocket risk free.  EcoATM: “Recycling your old phones, MP3 players, and tablets doesn’tContinue reading “EZ MONEY! From selling broken iPhones to listening to music for money, here are 6 ways to generate some extra capital.”

My First Three Months Stock Trading: What Did I Learn?

Growing up as a sports bettor and spending countless hours partaking in fantasy football, I am a person who embodies the “high risk, high reward” philosophy. Draftkings.com and Bovada.lv were two websites that I often used to try and turn a quick profit. However, with the disappearance of sports in March due to the novelContinue reading “My First Three Months Stock Trading: What Did I Learn?”