Finance YouTubers Launch Talent Search to Find the Next Big Creator

Popular finance YouTube channel DumbMoneyTV have started a digital talent search to find money-centric content creators and build new programming on their channel. Dumb Money is comprised of Dave Hanson, Chris Camillo and Jordan Mclain, three close friends and seasoned retail investors, who turned $30,000 into $30 million. The trio have exploded in popularity on YouTube over the last few months, recently hitting 100,000 subscribers.

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Dr. Parik’s Meme Diagnosis of the Week: NASDAQ Heals, $GME Strikes Back, and Buffett’s Billions

This week was once again action-packed, including GameStop making its perennial return, fears surrounding treasury yields started to subside, and Warren Buffett joining the 11-figure club ($100 billion, baby!). Big stuff is going down, but what does it all MEME? Thankfully, we have Dr. Parik to diagnosis all this virality…

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Introducing Dollar Signs – Bullish’s Monthly Horoscopes

“Generation Z is the least religious generation. About one third have no religion—about the same proportion as among Millennials” says a recent study by the Pew Center. A whopping 98% of young people know their astrological sign and 45% thought it described their personalities, 25% said it can make accurate forecasts – you get the point.

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Is It OK to Be a Landlord?

When my mom died in 2016, I inherited her four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath house, worth roughly $600,000, double the value of my own home.  Some realtors tried to convince me to sell it. My friends kept telling me to move into it. To me, it seemed like a smarter decision to turn the house into a rental property. The house is located in Montgomery County, Maryland, outside of Washington, DC, in an area where there aren’t many rental properties of a similar size. I wasn’t sure I’d be able to find a tenant, but I thought that the good schools and relative lack of similar properties for rent might work to my advantage. If my plan worked, I could earn enough to cover maintenance and upkeep and put some into savings while the house grew in value. It didn’t sound like the worst retirement plan. 

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Earn More or Spend Less? It’s Never Been a Better Time To Look At Your Money Situation

The sudden outbreak of the coronavirus and its effects on the economy, which has ground to a halt, are being felt by just about everyone. Whether you’re an investor who has seen your portfolio take a hit or someone without any investments who has lost a job, the current situation is very difficult for many. 

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Why Flip Houses When You Could Flip Websites?

That’s where Flippa, a marketplace for online businesses, comes in. On Flippa, users buy and sell everything from blogs to apps to e-commerce sites. It’s a place where a crochet enthusiast sold her blog CrochetKim.com for $90,000, while a handwritten notes service business Thankbot sold for four times its reserve.

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Dollar Signs – May

In partnership with Cancer__Mood, an Instagram destination for astrology lovers everywhere, Bullish horoscopes bring you a new way to look at money and spending. With the stars as our guide, our goal is to help provide personalized guidance that’s fun, accessible, and never judgmental.

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