Investing in startups may seem risky, but it can be a great way to diversify your portfolio. The key to success in startup investing, just as other asset classes, is diversification. We’ll walk you through a process to help build your own diversified portfolio of startup investments.
The heart and soul of Wealth Noir is financial literacy. Here, you will find what you need to start understanding how money works and how you can create wealth for yourself.
Have you ever thought about investing in a tech start up? This complete guide will show you how to get started with equity crowdfunding.
Hiring a property manager can help you manage your rental property even when you’re not there. Check out this guide for tips on finding one.
When it comes to consistently building long-term wealth and reaching financial freedom, the biggest asset you have isn’t your bank account, it’s your mind. Ensuring you have the right money mindset and increasing your financial literacy will be the keys to reaching financial freedom. Too many want to jump straight into the technical details, asking […]
Have you wanted to invest in startups like an angel investor? It used to be that you needed a net worth of $1M and lots of capital to invest, but the laws have changed. Equity crowdfunding has changed this, allowing anyone to add startup investing to their portfolio with smaller amounts of capital.
Restrictions. Constrictions. Self-denial. And Self-deprivation. These are often common thoughts that come to mind when the average person considers putting themselves on a budget. And for people who are unfamiliar with the freedoms of money management, the problem lies with the thought that once a budget is implemented, all the “fun” goes out the window. […]
When you are getting started investing in real estate, it can be frightening to imagine the worst case scenario. With so much money on the line, what happens if something goes wrong? The truth is setbacks and failures are a part of learning. There is a way to recover and grow strong. Hear this story about the biggest financial setback in my life.
As you can imagine, I get a lot of questions about money. In a given month, across email, text and phone calls from friends, family and the Wealth Noir community, I hear a lot of questions about personal finances and building wealth. They range far and wide in their level of complexity and different aspects […]
People hate budgeting or learning to make a budget (myself included). I mean really, really hate it. Maybe it’s the work it takes to track and categorize your spending. Maybe it’s the idea of restricting yourself from your full spending potential. Maybe it’s some core human aversion to thinking about money. Who knows… The thing […]
I didn’t know I wanted to be an accredited investor until I found out what an accredited investor was. It was 2014. I had just started my new job at Facebook and was starting to get more into personal finances. After having been laid off from my first tech job, I had a newfound respect […]