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Want to ‘annihilate the racial wealth gap’? Make it easier for Black Americans to invest in stocks, says the founder of a new ETF

Anthony Buchanan started Let Bob LLC, a Black-owned fintech startup, and the Let Bob exchange traded fund to spread an ownership culture in his community. Read More

What is Earth Day? Why celebrating it matters to your money and your health

From Elon Musk’s XPrize for carbon capture to Amazon’s eco-product savings and Nike’s single shipping box, Earth Day has evolved to cover health and commerce. Read More

As Netflix hemorrhages subscribers amid increased competition from Disney, Hulu, HBO, Amazon Prime and Apple — have we finally reached peak streaming?

Americans watched enough video streaming content last year to fill nearly 15 million years of time, according to Nielsen. Read More

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With global inflation at levels unseen in perhaps a generation and markets unsettled by geopolitical trauma and other factors, it’s time, more than ever to get smart about your money. Read More

‘Life is measurably better without the burden of this debt’: As Biden reviews student-debt cancellation, young people say their loans delay buying a house and even having kids

The Education Department announced Tuesday that it would instigate a new review of its student-debt portfolio. Read More

Existing-home sales fall as soaring interest rates scare off home buyers

The National Association of Realtors now expects existing-home sales to decline 10% over the course of the year. Read More

Gen Z is positioned to get rich—5 steps to getting there

For those born in or after 1997, now is a good time to start focusing on savings. Read More

‘I know that anything is possible with any stock’: My cousin has $8,000 in credit-card debt with 20% APR. She has $5,000 in stocks. Should she sell them to pay the credit card?

‘I posed the question: “Do you think that your stocks have the chance to appreciate more than 20% by next year?” She answered yes.’
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‘The goal is to plant seeds in these young students now’: Meet the 16-year-old high schooler who created his own financial-literacy classes for elementary- and middle-school students

Teenager Isaac Hertenstein is on a mission to teach elementary- and middle-school children about the value of money. Read More

‘Travel has rebounded far quicker than analysts expected’: Passengers cheered the end of masks on flights, but they won’t be cheering these prices

The number of people traveling by plane has rebounded close to pre-pandemic levels. Read More

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