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Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the NextGen Wealth Weekly Roundup. Hope you’re having a great week!
After a second case of the deadly coronavirus was confirmed in the U.S this week, we saw it have an impact on the stock market. There is worry on how this sickness may affect the global economy.
Information was released from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that a Chicago resident that traveled to the city in China, where the disease originated from, was diagnosed in December. It looks like a third case may be confirmed shortly as well.
Due to this news, fears are rising over the possible impact this disease may have. Both the Dow and S&P 500 are on pace for the first weekly loss of 2020, but the Nasdaq is still expected to hit a marginal gain this week.
Prior to the news of the coronavirus case though, stocks were higher this week after an earnings report from both American Express and Intel were released as much better than expected. This added to an already solid start to the earnings season.
So enough of my commentary, let’s jump in and check out some of the best articles I ran across from the past week. Enjoy the weekend and find some time to relax.
First up, we turn to Arrest Your Debt with a review on the online marketplace Mercari and their personal experience with it. Mercari has become one of the largest buying and selling apps in the last few years and is a successful way for people to sell their items in many categories. If you are curious about how Mercari works, this article goes over both how to sell and how to buy using the app.
By / January 14, 2020 Last Updated on There are many places online where you can sell your clothing, as well as other items. The latest and greatest app is Mercari - and my wife is addicted to it. Because of this, I have decided to write a Mercari review.
Next up, we turn to Wallet Wise Guy with a guide on some different ways that you can make money using your car. Cars can be a large monthly expense, but the great news is that there are so many new ways to make money using your car. Here are some of the best ways to do so.
Between car payments, insurance and maintenance, cars can be expensive. According to AAA, financing costs alone jumped by 24% in 2019, raising the average cost of vehicle ownership to $9,282 per year. That's $773.50 per month going to the wheels sitting in your driveway.
Next up, we turn to Vital Dollar with a look at how you can actually go about “investing in yourself.” It is important to spend time doing this, but it may be hard to know how the best ways. Here are some practical ways that you can invest some time in yourself and improve your productivity, as well as your happiness and overall well-being.
"Invest in yourself" is one of the common pieces of advice from any guru. Just about any successful person will say that this simple phrase is the best way to change your life. According to Jim Rohn, working harder on yourself will help you to become more skilled, more valuable, and more intelligent, while Warren Buffett said that the best investment anyone can make is in themselves.
In our final read of the week, we turn to Be Three with some thoughts on how traveling solo can be really beneficial. It may not be your first instinct to travel alone over traveling with friends or family, but it can teach you more than you would think. Continue reading to learn more of how traveling solo can help you improve yourself.
Need some convincing to travel solo? Look no further. I'm a huge advocate for doing things yourself. Yes, it can get frustrating if you need help and don't have anyone to ask/rely on, however, it's also empowering to know that you can handle it yourself.
When you get a new job or start working for a company, your pay and benefits can take different forms. Your salary is often your primary form of taxable income, but companies can compensate you in other ways with benefits packages, perks, retirement plans, 401(k)s, and even shares of the company.
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