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NGPF Podcast: Tim Talks to Alexis Poggio, a Hollywood High School Student

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Dec 10, 2017
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Podcasts, Student Loans, Checking Accounts, Parent Conversations, Employment
Alexis reached out to me via email a few weeks back and wanted to talk money. She had a high school research project that she was working on and had a few questions for me about financial education. Based on the depth of her questions and her resourcefulness in getting sources for her report (this was a first!), I had my own questions. Listen to the podcast to get answers to these and more: Why is she interested in personal finance? How did a personal finance course that she took her junior...

Question of the Day: Are inventors born or made?

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Dec 10, 2017
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Entrepreneurship, Question of the Day, Research, Current Events
Answer: New research finds that surroundings matter more than genes.  Here are excerpts from the Economist article about this ground-breaking research "Who Becomes an Inventor?": Inventors come from all walks of life: "ARE inventors born or bred? Using tax, patent and academic records, a new study by a quintet of economists follows the lives of 1m American inventors in exceptional detail, including their parental circumstances, the neighbourhoods they grew up in and the colleges they...

What I'm Reading This Weekend (December 9-10)

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Dec 08, 2017
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Current Events, Cryptocurrencies, Retirement, Behavioral Finance
Thanks to Beth Tallman for curating such a great set of informative articles. Enjoy! Bitcoin crossed $16,000 (that's over 50% in less than a week); when will the bubble burst. WSJ still trying to figure out what's behind the meteoric rise (as am I). What's a Cryptokitty, anyway? Even for bitcoin, which is notoriously volatile, the upward lurch was jarring, astounding outsiders and thrilling those who have piled into the digital currency in recent weeks. The rally has been sparked by the...

Question of the Day: What is most important factor in determining the credibility of a website?

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Dec 07, 2017
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Answer: Design look  From CB Insights report on fast growing FinTech apps: Stanford’s BJ Fogg asked 2,684 people to write about how they assessed the credibility of various websites — design look was mentioned in nearly half of all the comments, significantly more than any other factor. It turns out it's even more important for fintech applications: Design matters in fintech because design is central to a website’s credibility. Design can build up trust or break it...