Currently, I am a prospective high-school senior from the Bay Area. My interests lie at the intersection of finance, entrepreneurship, and programming. I'm passionate about leveraging my knowledge to solve challenges in financial illiteracy.
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Seven Things Students Can Do to Guarantee Future Financial Success

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For many students finishing up high school and heading to college, the prospect of planning for your financial future might seem intimidating. Between taking steps towards financial independence and learning how to rely on yourself as a primary income source, trying to navigate the world of money and finance for the first time can be […]

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The Worth of a College Degree

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With admissions rates dropping and college tuition rising, making decisions about which college to attend or what to study can present students with a difficult set of challenges. Often, labels of prestige and other societal preconceptions can overwhelm the decision-making process. Fortunately, there are a number of tools that students can employ to help facilitate […]

Economy Education

Intro to The Phillips Curve

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Doctors use indicators like heart rate and blood pressure are to measure well-being. Similarly, economists rely on a number of indicators to help them understand the health of the economy. There is a wide range of economic indicators. But, certain indicators like the rate of unemployment or the price level are often seen as some […]

Economy Education

Basics of Supply

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One of the most fundamental relationships in economics is the one between supply and demand. In order to understand the relationship between supply and demand, it is important to understand each element individually. In this article, we will look at the market from the perspectives of producers, focusing on supply. Supply   Supply is similar […]

Economy Education

Basics of Demand

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Have you ever noticed that swimsuits are cheaper in the winter than in the summer? Or that it will cost you less to go to the movies on a Tuesday morning than it will on a Saturday evening? These everyday observations can be explained by one of the most fundamental concepts in economics: supply and […]