Want to get in on the meme stock drama without having to monitor forums like WallStreetBets? Well, now there’s a way.

Introducing the BUZZ ETF. This ETF was created by investment firm VanEck and tracks the BUZZ Index, which uses artificial intelligence to select the 75 large-cap meme stocks that are generating the most “buzz” on social media. Hence how the ETF got its ticker symbol BUZZ.

If your FOMO is at an all-time high right now because you aren’t sure how you can get in early on the next popular stock, investing in this new ETF could offer you…


The S&P 500 is like the most popular girl in school. Everyone knows her name and the details of her life, even if they don’t know her personally. And while everyone has been hyper-focused on what she’s doing, they’ve completely missed out on getting to know her big sister, the S&P 1500.

She may be flying under the radar, but the S&P 1500 has all of the great qualities her more popular sister does, and then some. …


The stock market is a chaotic place. One day the market is hitting a new high, and the next, it’s in free fall. These constant ups and downs can make investing seem like that toxic relationship you had in high school you promised yourself you’d never repeat.

Sure, you had some great times, but the breakup was terrible! What if investing is the same way, and when you finally decide to call it quits, you have to cash out your investments when the markets down? Think about how quickly all of that money you worked so hard for that would…


Everything You Need to Know About NFTs

Over $69 million! That’s the astronomical price that the highest-grossing NFT by artist Beeple sold for on March 11, 2021. And Beeple isn’t the only one making the big bucks. Cryptopunks, the creators of the first NFTs, made millions selling out all 10,000 of their pixelated character portraits. The top-selling of which grossed over $7.5 million!

In total, over $100 million in NFTs has been sold in the last 30 days. For reference on just how much that is, NFT sales for all of 2020 were just over $250 million. …


It’s intimidating to start investing in the stock market. There’s tons of financial jargon casually being thrown around, lots of different acronyms, and sudden market swings that create chaos. All of this can make it seem like you’ll never be able to understand investing or make money doing it.

The good news is that the basics of investing are actually quite simple and if you master the basics, you can become a successful investor. …


Investing can be hard to understand, but pretty much everyone knows what it’s like to own a pet. Maybe you’re a dog lover, a cat lady, or the oddball that’s really into snakes. No matter what furry or scaly friends you’re into, you know that different pets have different needs. Some take up a lot of your time and need daily attention, while others can be left alone with enough food and water for weeks at a time. Investing strategies are the same way.

The investing strategy you choose determines how much time and effort you need to put in…


About half of Americans are invested in the stock market, and almost all of them are investing through a retirement account like a 401k. While individual stocks like GameStop and Tesla get most of the news coverage, these aren’t the stocks making most people wealthy. Much more wealth is being built through mutual funds, index funds, and ETFs in retirement accounts.

Unfortunately, many of the people investing in these funds don’t know what they’re doing. When I first started contributing to a 401k, I had no clue what investments to pick or how to understand the information they presented to…


With Tips from Jay Z and Beyonce

Remember in the Wizard of Oz when Dorothy finds out that the Great and Powerful Oz is just a regular guy hiding behind an elaborate display? That’s what it’s like to peer behind the curtain of many “rich” people’s extravagant lives. One peek at their net worth would reveal that a fair number of them are frauds.

Someone’s net worth is a great indicator of whether they’re actually rich or just fake rich. In today’s world, where so much of our lives are broadcast on social media, we’ve been plagued with an epidemic of people who are fake rich. …


All of Your Prenup Questions Answered by a New York Divorce Lawyer

J.Lo’s love might not cost a thing, but that isn’t the case for many people. Finances are the number two cause of divorce, which means that for many couples, love do cost a thing. When a couple can’t agree on finances while they’re in love, imagine how messy it can get once they decide to split.

To lessen the divorce chaos, couples should get comfortable talking about money before the nuptials and consider signing a prenup. Contrary to popular belief, prenups aren’t just for rich people but can benefit almost any couple. …


The craziness surrounding the stock market is usually what turns beginners away from investing but last week, Reddit investors changed that. They caused chaos and proved that amateur investors can band together and take down richer, older investors. This show of force empowered young people to start investing in huge numbers.

While I love how invigorated the GameStop battle has gotten people about investing, I’m also worried that newbie investors will fall victim to predatory financial tactics. There is so much misinformation promoting get-rich-quick schemes and risk-free ways to make 1000% returns on platforms like TikTok.

If it were as…

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