by Daren P | Sep 21, 2018 | Banking, Bitcoin, Blockchain, Build wealth, Cryptocurrencies, Investing
With everyone’s eyes on how cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and the others perform in the markets, many have missed the stir cryptos are creating in the developing world. People in developing nations struggle with fulfilling basic needs. Infrastructure is often incomplete. Systems of power are unstable. Security is lacking. Despite the instability, cryptocurrencies offer
by Daren P | Sep 12, 2018 | Banking, Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, Investing
There are two main camps of Bitcoin investors. It’s helpful to think of them in terms of active and passive investors, either way, it is important to know how to best protect your bitcoin investments. Passive investors would like to treat their Bitcoin holdings like a fine painting or a stack of U.S. Treasury bonds,
by Chris Dunn | Jun 28, 2018 | Banking, Bitcoin, Crypto assets, Cryptocurrencies, ICO's, Skills, Technical
Cryptocurrency exchanges can be a bit overwhelming at first. And mistakes can be costly. A slight oversight could damage or destroy your crypto portfolio. Here are 11 things you do not want to do when using a crypto exchange. #1 – Pick A Crypto Exchange Without Researching Once you have your BTC and you’re looking
by Nikki Dunn, CFP® | Jun 12, 2018 | Banking, Personal finance
Since the origin of modern commerce, banks have served a variety of essential functions. Banks can help provide individuals with a place where they know their money can be safe and can even increase in value (at least marginally). Banks can also help make loans to those who are in need of access to capital
by James H | Jun 5, 2018 | Banking, Personal finance, Self-education
Whether you are listening to news related to politics, finance, or anything in between, “inflation” is a term that you will likely hear quite often. Inflation affects the general cost of common consumer goods and can ultimately have a major impact on the average person’s day-to-day life. Though the relevance of the inflation rate—which in
by Nikki Dunn, CFP® | May 18, 2018 | Banking, Lifestyle, Personal finance, Real estate
Owning your own home has been known to be one of the ultimate goals in life. Doing so suggests that you’re financially stable, a part of a community and ready to put down roots.
But very few Americans buy homes outright, particularly their first one. Instead, we take out a loan from a bank – which becomes our mortgage – to be paid back over years with interest tacked on.