Stash Review: Is it an Ideal Investment App for Beginners?

Stash Review: Is it an Ideal Investment App for Beginners?

Traditional investment brokers make it difficult for new investors to begin putting their money into the stock market. How? Some charge hefty trade commissions, others have required minimum balances, and most only allow you to purchase whole shares of stock, meaning you can’t purchase a fraction of a share. This means that if you want…

Acorns Review: Automated Savings and Micro Investing

Acorns Review: Automated Savings and Micro Investing

While many people have an interest in investing, the subject can be overwhelming or intimidating for someone with no experience. Someone who has limited investing experience may not know where to begin or they may feel like saving/investing a small amount won’t be enough to make a difference. Companies like Acorns have made it easy…

Percent Review: Alternative Investments with Zero Fees

Percent Review: Alternative Investments with Zero Fees

This post is sponsored by Cadence. All opinions are my own. Update: Cadence’s name has been changed to “Percent”. The first half of 2020 has been a rollercoaster ride for investors. Huge swings in the stock market can increase or decrease your net worth very quickly, not to mention the mental and emotional toll that…

Scribd vs. Audible: Which is the Best Platform for Audiobooks?

Scribd vs. Audible: Which is the Best Platform for Audiobooks?

Scribd and Audible are both platforms offering audiobook subscriptions, but there are significant differences between the two. While Audible exclusively focuses on audiobooks, Scribd provides access to books, audiobooks, and PDF documents. Not all of this material is what you would read for leisure, but it does provide access to millions of files, while Audible…