This week was a rough week on Wall St with Airlines and Bank reporting quarterly earnings. While the stock market has been loving tech and several consumer stocks, the financial and travel industries have not felt the love. Overall, Airline, Hotel, Cruise, and Casino stocks remain beaten down, although a few companies have recovered from … Continue reading Earnings Recap: What’s Next for the Airlines?
Sofi is a major fintech company that focuses on personal finance. While the company offers competitive loan rates(personal and student), stock investing, and a competitive savings rate that is beats most major banks, Sofi's best thing is the lack of fees. The company prides itself on being completely transparent with no hidden fees whatsoever. Why … Continue reading Easy Bank Bonuses with Sofi
As many of you know, I've been working to grow Strictly Travel while also working on another side project with stocks and finance. I've been able to start blogging about investing, personal finance, and stocks. I had the opportunity to create Everyday Traders, a discord group community that allows member to bounce ideas off one … Continue reading Introducing Money Talks Podcast
Photo of the Federal Bank by WSJ The Federal Reserve is one of the most important pieces of our economy, focusing on enacting monetary to keep the economy in balance. Yesterday's announce from the Central Bank noted that the bank would "tolerate inflation moderately above 2%". On average, inflation is slightly above 3% per year. … Continue reading Inflation: The New Federal Reserve Policy and What this Means
Long term dividend growth investing is becoming a increasingly popular. As the market hit rock bottom during the onset of covid, a potential once in a lifetime buying opportunity was presented. Over the course of the last several months, I have added Coca-Cola(KO), Delta Airlines(DAL), Verizon(VZ), BP Inc(BP), Bank of America(BAC) and more to my … Continue reading Dividend Investing: 3 Stocks Still at a Rare Discount
After pondering whether to cash out my Chase Ultimate Rewards Points for investment funds, I finally pulled the trigger last week. With travel at a standstill, I figured my 200k points($2,000) would be better of invested in the stock market. With over a million American Express Rewards Points saved up, Chase points were a bit … Continue reading Cashing Out my Chase Ultimate Reward Points