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How to Score an Affordable Investment Property in 2022

Three insider tips for finding real estate investment properties in the red-hot real estate market of 2022

by Pam Hill
How the Russian Invasion Impacts U.S. Home Mortgages

Overseas events such as the invasion of Ukraine often reach beyond their borders, impacting global financial markets, energy prices, and mortgage rates.

by Pam Hill
Black Wall Street: Then and Today

The prosperous and resilient business districts built by and for Black people more than 100 years ago hold lessons for today.

by Pam Hill
Equity vs. Equality, and Why African Americans Deserve Both

In 2020, the nationwide protests surrounding the murder of George Floyd stirred up countless debates on why African Americans have yet to receive equality and may still have a long way to go to receive equity.

by Nailah Herbert
Early Stage Investors, Long Term Wealth Building

Different levels of investing are being unlocked as people scroll through social media. Retail Investing isn't the only way for investor to see wealth when it comes to the stock market - let's discuss the new normal for investors.

by Nadia C. Vanderhall
How to Read Financial Statements | Investing for Beginners

A company’s balance sheet provides a snapshot of the company’s financial position. A company’s income statement shows the company’s gains and losses. A company’s cash flow statement shows how much cash is coming in and out of the business.

by Matin Varshochi
FaZe Clan Will Go Public in a $1 Billion SPAC Deal

On October 25, 2021, FaZe Clan, the popular gaming, lifestyle, and media platform, announced they will be going public via a merger with B. Riley Principal 150 Merger Corp. The FaZe and BRPM SPAC merger is valued at approximately $1 billion.

by Viviana Vazquez
Why Biden Cut HBCU Funding - Future Student Effects

President Biden announced that the Build Back Better Plan would push $45 billion of their $3.5 trillion budget toward funding HBCUs. The funding was expected to go toward a plethora of issues and plans to rebuild HBCUs.

by Nailah Herbert
Inequality has Cost the U.S. Economy $22.9 Trillion Since 1990

The Brookings Institution conducted an economic study to measure the impact of inequality since 1990. The study found that the U.S. missed out on $22.9 trillion in economic growth since 1990 due to inequality.

by Viviana Vazquez
Six Ways Group Economics Build Wealth Within Black Communities

The practice of group economics is becoming more popular, especially since it is becoming a more recognized way to build wealth with your family or friends.

by Nailah Herbert
Apple Bans Internal Slack Channel of Workers

Apple employees set up a Slack channel to discuss pay equity, but the company banned the channel resulting in more controversy and tension between the company and workers.

by Nailah Herbert
Rent vs. Own: Which Housing Option Is Best For You

Therefore, becoming a homeowner is not for everyone. Although many people believe that purchasing a home and becoming a homeowner is the best financial decision one can make, renting may be the best option for you.

by Sheena Allen
Redlining’s Lasting Effects on Black Americans Today

Redlining is a practice where mortgage lenders deny loans to people based on race or the racial makeup of their neighborhoods. The term comes from the National Housing Act of 1968 as part of the federal government's New Deal.

by Sheena Allen
5 Celebrities Who Chose Equity Over Cash

Equity allows investors to build long-term wealth by holding a stake (the amount of stock an investor owns) within a company. Being an investor, and particularly an early investor (or stakeholder), comes with risk.

by Sheena Allen
What is a P/E Ratio? | Investing for Beginners

Before purchasing a stock, it’s important to consider a company’s stock price and assess its profitability. One primary stock analysis method that assists investors in knowing if a stock is profitable is the P/E ratio.

by Viviana Vazquez
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