Written by: Kryzia
Since graduating from my master's program in 2015, I have worked 2 jobs. It's been almost 2 years since I first entered the workforce, but it feels a lot longer because I've learned so much. For those of you who are just starting out or who are about to graduate and start working, here are a few lessons I wanted to share from my experience.
written By: Andrel
When people learn that I am one of the weirdos in the world who is deeply interested in investing, I usually get a couple of questions: "What do you invest in?", "What is good to invest in right now?", "How do you get started in investing?. These are all very fair questions especially given that the investment industry is structured in such a way that if you're not a "professional" the language alone can make your eyes glaze over. Real estate, Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Mutual Funds, P/E ratios, ROI, yields, Capitalization rates and the list of confusing jargon goes on.
In this brief post I want to open a small window of insight as to how and why I got started in investing.