How the Most Successful People Spend Their Mornings.

The secret’s been out for quite some time now: a solid morning routine will set you up for success throughout the entire day. Countless podcast episodes and self-help books are dedicated entirely to perfecting one’s actions from the moment they wake up. Hitting the snooze button ten times, rushing to get ready, and heading out […]

Is Investing in Television and Film a Good Idea?

Hollywood has long dazzled the world with its glamorous reputation. Award shows and parties, lavish celebrity dwellings, and the inspiration drawn from success stories makes La-La Land appealing to investors eager to see a massive financial return with some seriously glitzy perks. But while investing in movies and television may seem intriguing, it can be […]

Is Cryptocurrency a Good Long Term Investment?

The buzz around cryptocurrency became a roar in recent years as more and more options are becoming available to investors. And while you’re likely in for the financial rollercoaster of your life when it comes to cryptocurrency, the long-term rewards may be worth the inevitable short-term risks. Cryptocurrency is built on blockchain, a promising technology […]

Gen Z is Entering the Workforce, How Will They Differ From Millennials?

As Millennials continue to navigate their way through the world, the next generation is officially entering the workforce. This means companies will now be employing a variety of generations, as Generation X and Boomers remain in the workforce out of sheer financial necessity. Generation Z— generally defined as those born after 1996 or 1997— have […]

An Economic Forecast for California in a Post Covid-19 World.

The Covid-19 pandemic sent California into a downward economic spiral, as strict public health measures unraveled the hard work millions of business owners and employees had endured over the past several decades in order to afford the high cost of living. But as the aforementioned measures begin to lift, we can already see a fast […]

Summer 2021 Real Estate Forecast for Southern California.

There’s no hiding the damage the coronavirus pandemic initially did to California’s housing market. Realtors had to cancel showings, and landlords watched their empty units remain vacant for months. Public health measures and stay-at-home orders made real estate transactions extremely tricky, and the uncertainty of the job market made buyers and lessees anxious. About half […]