ENTREPRENEURSHIP | PERSONAL FINANCE | INVESTING
The technological resources we have today have allowed us to be able to access in a simple, fast and free way to many digital education platforms, where we can access to courses, webinars, and many other resources to promote our continuous learning. However, there is a fine line between learning and cheating on the internet today, promoted in large part by people who play with your financial needs and your desire to make big money in a short time.
Without a doubt, this year doesn’t stop giving surprises, and this week we saw how two of the most anticipated companies by investors (both individual and institutional) began to trade on Wall Street through their initial public offering.
In a world as changing as today, we are in presence of many more options in which we can invest and put our money to work. Of course, traditional options are still the safest, and in most cases, the most profitable ones. But over time, the world has witnessed a huge globalization process, managing to innovate basically all kinds of industries, and the investment world has not been left behind.
There have been many industries that have been enormously hit by the socio-economic effects that this pandemic has brought, but surprisingly, the stock market has been able to hover around historical performance peaks. How is this possible?
Nowadays, in an increasingly changing world and where globalization has totally changed the way we educate and inform ourselves, investment items are more and more abundant, but unfortunately, the increase has not been seen as it was expected from people interested in starting investing at an early age.
The most common definition of the word "Entrepreneur" is a person who has the ability to identify and discover some type of business opportunity. The concept of "Entrepreneurship" has been very abused lately, since many people use it daily without knowing what the world of entrepreneurship really entails.
Much has been said in recent years about the economic impact that the globalization process has brought, and how this process has negatively affected many industries and positively empowered other ones.
People have had to live through some pretty tough days, after the outbreak of a pandemic that until 4 months ago seemed totally unthinkable that it could happen, and that has questioned the future of many national economies, and that could imply a total change for international business policies and financial markets.