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How Much Is My Home Worth?
If it's time for a change, it's important that you understand how much your current home is worth. Read on to decide if now's the time to move.
Investing in Wine With the NBA's Elite Players
In episode 91 of the Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver, we talk to sommeliers, the co-founder of dVIN, and an NBA star at the Food and Wine Classic.
Who Is Amancio Ortega? What Is Inditex?
Ortega, the wealthiest person in Spain, is Founding Chair of retail giant Inditex, the parent company of Zara, the world’s largest fashion retailer.
Keeping it Real with Real Vision's Raoul Pal
In episode 86 of the Investopedia Express with Caleb Silver, we talk to Raoul Pal, economist, investor, futurist, and co-founder of Real Vision.
Quantifying the Investing Risks of Climate Change
In Episode 1 of The Green Investor from Investopedia, Editor in Chief Caleb Silver talks about the importance of climate research and investing with Probable Futures founder and former asset manager Spencer Glendon.
Best Factoring Companies of 2022
Accessing capital sooner. We researched and reviewed the best factoring companies based on process, fees, timelines, and more.
Explaining the Trump Tax Reform Plan
President Trump created a sweeping tax overhaul, which rewards the wealthy and corporations the most, has fizzled among voters.
The 12 Best Finance Books in 2022
Business books can offer tips and insights on being a better investor. They can also teach readers the thinking, history, and decision-making behind the industry’s innovations, trends, and personalities.
Life, Liberty, and Investing Returns with Perth Tolle
In Episode 17 of The Green Investor podcast, we speak with Perth Tolle, founder of the Life + Liberty Indexes. We discuss the invaluable connection between freedom and investing, and why it's more important now than ever before. Plus, we discuss the record-breaking heat waves that are affecting Europe and the United States.
How COVID-19 Changed Consumer Shopping Behavior
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every phase of American life, and shopping is no exception. What we buy, how we buy, and how we pay for it have all changed.