Money and Finance

What You Need to Know About Stocks in a Post-Pandemic (Coronavirus) World

Written by Mark Pringle
If you have never invested in stocks, you are probably leary about doing so now. The recent COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) pandemic and the associated social and economic turmoil have resulted in an unstable investing environment. However, once this perilous time is over, there are some essen Read More

Here's Why Buying Used Cars Can Save Thousands of Dollars a Year

Written by Mark Pringle
One year I was looking for an older model Lexus because I knew those cars would drive for 250,000 miles effortlessly. I saw a Lexus advertised in the classifieds, and I drove about 30 miles to see it. The car was beautiful and drove perfectly. It had about 120,000 miles on it, and the timing bel Read More

19 Funny Things You Should Not Do with Your Coronavirus Stimulus Check

Written by Mark Pringle
Who am I to say what you should or should not do with your coronavirus stimulus check? I'm Mark. Now that we've got that out of the way, here is a list of sixteen things you should not do with your coronavirus stimulus check. Immediately go into your boss' office and yell, "Se Read More

How To Finance Africas Development And Transformation

Written by Ekoja Okewu
What if as a leader, you discovered that the treasury was empty? When the question of financing development and transformation pops up at Africans, they think it is all about pumping millions of dollar into the hands of her citizens or building some sort of gigantic structures in the name of infrast Read More

Saving for a Rainy Day is More Than a Trite Proverb

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
The adage “save for a rainy day” suggests that every figurative day will not be happy, bright, and full of joy. We will have days of gloom and unexpected trauma, and we must assume that bad times will come. So, you must have cash in the bank to help protect yourself from those times. A B Read More

How Does Traveling Make You a Richer Person

Written by Mark Pringle
Social media has transformed the travel game and the perception of travelers and traveling. It is impossible to miss the fantastic voyages of your close, and not-so-close friends if you are a member of a social forum like Facebook or Instagram. However, this assault of travel experiences by oft Read More

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