Today’s Ask Farnoosh focuses entirely on investing, answering your hottest questions about 401(k)s, brokerage accounts, and how to save for your future if you’re self-employed. Also, what to make of the meme stock craze?
This is a special episode produced in partnership with our friends at SoFi, the all-in-one platform where you can save, you can spend, earn, borrow, invest. Now at SoFi you can buy stocks and ETFs and open an automated portfolio all with no account minimums and zero commission on trades. Plus, members now have access to upcoming IPOs before they begin trading on an exchange. Through SoFi social investing, you can also follow other members and see what they’re investing in.
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Helping me answer your questions today is Liz Young, SoFi’s head of investment strategy where she is responsible for providing economic and market insights to a variety of audiences. Liz is passionate about educating others on investing to help people feel empowered to take a more active role in their financial futures.
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