Impact Investing on the Rise (as reported by Anna Bahney on

According to a recent survey, 88% of American investors say that market performance is the most important factor in their investing. That means, not surprisingly, that earning higher returns and making more money is the #1 reason they choose to invest. However, the same survey also signals a continuation of a trend among a number… Read More

Spend Now or Spend Later (as reported by J. D. Roth on

For young people who are first entering the workforce, saving money can seem quite daunting. Although you are earning money for the first time, there are immediate demands on that money – clothes, commuting costs, food, rent, etc. It is hard enough to earn enough to cover your expenses, much less have anything left over…. Read More

Millennials are not Investing (as reported by Preeti Varathan on

There are significant differences in the financial habits of different generations. And depending on whom you ask, that might be reason to worry about the future of our economy. Millennials, those born between 1983 and 2000, report an unusual ability to save with every paycheck. But rather than investing in the stock market, most young… Read More