The Wall Street Weekly Wrap Up for 6/11/21 (Video)

The Wall Street Weekly Wrap Up is where I’ll be discussing the major news and events happening in the world of finance. I’m going to keep you informed on everything you need to know and update you on the events of the past week, all within a short 3 minute video.

This week, I discuss: the S&P 500 hitting its new record closing price; the downward trend in meme stocks; the FBI recovering half of the Bitcoin paid in the Colonial Pipeline ransom; and the 401(k) provider company ForUsAll Inc. giving retirement plan investors the option to invest in cryptocurrencies. Don’t forget to check out my website highfinancethoughts.com to learn more about investing and finances.

Author: vancealm

Working as a manager within two of the largest retail companies for the past 7 years has given me insight into consumer trends and essentially what people are buying on a normal basis. Why is that useful? Because it gives me a better understanding of the established and growing brands and companies that could potentially work to make YOU money. My name is Vance Alm and I am currently working on earning my MBA from the University of Nevada, Reno. I want to talk, teach, and find out more about investing in the stock market. Recently, there has been a lot of news around the stock market, hedge funds, and normal retail investors which has reignited the nation’s curiosity about investing their money. A lot of people want to be involved with the excitement of potentially making money by investing in the stock market, but they don’t know how or even where to begin. I want to explore the world of investment banking with you and talk about everything involved, from researching different companies to invest in, to the different online platforms or financial service companies you can use and everything in between. I am not a wealthy hedge fund manager and I am not an expert in the field, but I am passionate about the idea of having your money work for you. I am always learning more on the topic and I want to open the conversation on how to start investing and what companies to potentially invest in.

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