Who We Are

This is a financial literacy website geared towards millennials.

Anyone can learn about financial literacy on the website, but our goal is to close the growing gap between millennials and the one percent. Most important, ending the living paycheck to paycheck cycle.

“Financial illiteracy is a disease that has crippled minorities in the lower class in our society for generations. And we should be furious about that.” – Curtis Carroll

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Metals Stocks: Gold holds gains after November inflation data

Gold futures traded higher on Wednesday, looking to score their first gain in three sessions after data showed U.S. inflation remained flat in November. Gold for February delivery GCG9, +0.34%  on Comex rose $4.20, or 0.3%, to $1,251.40 an ounce, while March silver SIH9, +1.45%  was up 18.2 cents, or 1.2%, to $14.81 an ounce. …

How to donate shares to your favorite charity

Q: I’ve read that gifting shares of stock to a charity is better than writing a check. Why is that and how does that get done? — Paul in St. Louis A.: Paul, yes, donating shares of stocks, mutual funds, ETFs and other securities can be better than cutting a check. It is something to …

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The MarketWatch Q&A: Reddit’s Alexis Ohanian tells us about his biggest money mistake — and why he still loves frequent flier miles

Entrepreneur Alexis Ohanian launched the social news giant Reddit in 2005 with just a $12,000 investment. He sold it two years later, reportedly for between $10 million and $20 million, and regained ownership in 2014. In addition to running Reddit, he has a company, Initialized, that invests in startups, and he’s now partnering with spirits …

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