Graduating from college is a huge step in any young professional’s life. But even when they’re done with school, new graduates have a lot to learn when it comes to financial planning for the future. Luckily, they don’t have to do it alone. InvestorPlace has advice for new graduates on topics from portfolio asset allocation to refinancing student loans to impressing potential employers at your job interview. Everything a young adult needs to put down the beer bong and pick up some bearer bonds.
We can't answer every question you have about post-collegiate life, but when it comes to finance advice, InvestorPlace has new grads covered.
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Disney may not mean much to a college graduate at the moment. But it will, and that's one of many reasons that DIS stock makes a great gift for graduates.
Balancing your first portfolio can be a daunting task, especially for recent graduates just entering the world of investing. Here's how new graduates can allocate their assets for big long-term gains.
Refinancing student loans can give you more favorable terms of repayment, but it isn't for everyone. Here's everything new grads need to know to make the best choice for them.
The end of your career is probably the last thing on your mind, especially when it’s barely begun. But it’s never too early to start investing in yourself.
When it comes to interview advice, the best people to ask are the professionals; our colleagues over in Human Resources offer their advice for new graduates looking to land their first job.
They might be done with school, but when it comes to their first job health insurance, new graduates have a lot to learn. Here's what you need to know to navigate your employee benefits.
Who said you can't walk and chew gum at the same time? New graduates don't have to choose between their morals and their money when it comes to impact investing.
Colleges graduate thousands of students each year. As they enter the working world this is the stock to buy and hold forever.
As new graduates look to invest, they can be sure of long-term, growing dividends and strong catalysts for growth with LMT stock.
"Young people have investment horizons stretching decades so they can afford to take on market risk."
"New graduates should get ahead of the curve when it comes to financial education to set themselves up for financial success."
"Graduates will be very happy that they took advantage of employer matching of 401-k contributions. That should be the most important priority for all recent graduates. Investments to retirement made early in your employment career will have the biggest impact later in life."
"The existence of highly speculative assets does not change the fundamental theories of finance."
Litecoin has skyrocketed in 2021 along with the broader cryptomarket. The current decline in price offers a better entry point to Litecoin.
Fintech darling PYPL stock will keep shining on
Studying Amazon is a great way to get continuing education in how companies evolve and change. The fact that it can also make a graduate some serious money is almost secondary.
Are you a bargain shopper? If so, then Target stock should be right up your alley as it offers rock-sold value through bull and bear markets.
New graduates are entering a market radically reshaped by Covid-19. Here's how to maximize your money when you're fresh out of school.