4 top-trending articles about money on my blog in 2019 part 3 of 3
Our AI-based personal finance app, a real-life personal money testimony and the top 15 questions you can ever ask about your personal finance – these topics are among the most popular articles published on my blog in 2019.
The first article is about 2019’s finance trends.
Here are the three main trends that will shape financial industries in 2019, and I think also in the coming two to three years:
A new way of defining financial institutions
The rising role of trust in the financial industry
The increasing need to diminish the gap between rich and poor
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The next is a very special article for me, introducing Carol, the AI-based financial adviser. Read the whole story in the article entitled This is what your future financial advisor will look like: The AI-based personal finance app from The Financial Manifesto.
Another article that I value a lot is a real story. I would love to publish more entries like this! Here is the article:
Did you ever consider how powerful questions are? Are you asking the right ones? If you want a better life, then ask better questions. In the article entitled
I try to not only present questions and answers on the hottest personals topics, but also on the nature of the questions themselves and their role in our lives.
And at the end of this mini-cycle is a very special place for all guest posts on my blog. Without them, it would be difficult for me to present a variety of styles, experiences, expertise and unique perspectives on personal finance.
For parents (or soon-to-be parents), one of the most important parts of any comprehensive life plan is the part (or more accurately, many parts) that concern your children – Brittany Fisher writes in the article.
If you want to be able to help your child with life expenses down the road or make sure they are taken care of in the event of your unexpected death, it’s vital that you know how to make the financial and legal preparations to ensure they’re covered. Here are some life planning tips for parents.
Brittany has also published on my blog an article entitled 3 Tips for Staying on Track with Life Planning.
Unless you are a financial advisor, you will mostly feel like a novice when it comes to life planning- even if you’ve been making and trying to reach financial goals for some time. Parents, in particular, strive to stay on track with life planning because they want to make the correct contingencies to plan for their children’s futures. If you are trying to remain true to your financial goals and life planning mission, these three tips will help.
Are Women Better Stock Investors Than Men? Linda Brown asks these questions in her article.
Her answer is yes! Do you want to know why? Read the article to find out.
The First Steps to Take on Your Debt Free Journey is an article written by Luci Olivia. Starting any kind of lifestyle change can seem daunting at first. You’re saying goodbye to the ‘normal’ way of doing things and having faith that it will be better for you in the long run. I can promise you right now – Luci says – that starting your debt-free journey will be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make.
I’ve already mentioned my wife Kasia with her article about financial education for kids, but I haven’t mentioned Andrzej Fesnak, a financial advisor who wrote a few excellent articles on my blog. The most important one for me is the article that brings about a fundamental reflection on how we should measure our wealth. To learn about it read this post, entitled Net worth and her mysteries.