Both Apple and Telsa split their stock this summer and made major waves in the investment world. Why would a company do a stock split and how did investors fare in each case? We’re talking about the mathematics and psychographics of stock splits on today's episode of the Wise Money Show.
Season 6 Episode 5
What is the difference between Student Loan Forgiveness and Student Loan Forbearance? Do either of these actually help address the student debt crisis we have in this country,? We are explaining student loan forgiveness and forbearance and how you can ensure that you don’t slip into crisis yourself!
Season 6 Episode 4
With interest rates at record lows, it’s never been more difficult for retirees to generate income from their portfolio than it is right now. Is the 60/40 mix dead, and what alternatives should you consider? It's time to rethink the traditional approach to managing risk and obtaining income from your investments in retirement. That and more coming up on this episode of Wise Money!
Season 6 Episode 3
The Rule of 72 is a quick, understandable formula to help investors understand the power of compounding interest. It helps tell approximately how long it will take an investment to double using a given interest rate. We’re explaining more about the rule and how to leverage it in this episode of the Wise Money Show.
Season 6 Episode 2