Here in South Carolina, there’s a student-run portfolio at the local university, where I’ve taught and served on some sort of economic advisory board. The students don’t manage a huge amount of money—around $140,000. But they put a lot of work into it, which they share with the board.
I’m seeing a lot of evidence that the economy is slowing down. There’s a good chance, a strong likelihood even, that we are going to fall into a recession.
Americans love the stock market because there’s nothing exotic about it.
Few people can pay all cash for their first home, which means this version of the American dream is only accessible if you have good credit. So, today, we’re going to talking about how to improve you credit score.
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