Author: Todd Alderidge

New to Investing? Read This Before You Get in the Game

New to Investing? Read This Before You Get in the Game

New investors, across a variety of asset classes, need to understand the fundamentals that make the markets turn. There is no substitute for great research, and the most seasoned among investing circles know this fact. If you’re hoping to get started in the stock market 

How Often Should You Handle Home Maintenance?

How Often Should You Handle Home Maintenance?

Home maintenance tasks are a common headache for homeowners. Many people wait for as long as possible to tackle roofing cleanup, air conditioning repairs, or appliance replacements. But a home that is running old or vulnerable systems like these is susceptible to increased damages when 

5 Things Every Adult Should Know

5 Things Every Adult Should Know

Becoming an adult isn’t always an easy task. The journey into adulthood is filled with ups, downs, questions, and concerns that all feel overwhelming at times. Just because this time leaves you feeling scrambled, that doesn’t mean you can’t take responsibility and face any questions 

How Data Science Has Changed Industry Operations

How Data Science Has Changed Industry Operations

The industry is constantly evolving to meet the needs of consumers better. COVID-19 was a test of the ingenuity and durability of the United States’ economy. Due largely to companies employing data science to implement changes on the fly, we passed with flying red, white, 

How to Start an e-Commerce Business From Home

How to Start an e-Commerce Business From Home

One of the best things about e-Commerce is its global reach, flexibility, and convenience. You could sell products in Japan from your couch in New York. And for models like dropshipping, you don’t even have to worry about inventory or shipping. It’s no wonder a 

Are Our Smartphones Messing With Our Memories?

Are Our Smartphones Messing With Our Memories?

Thanks to the invention of the smartphone, everyone has a tiny genius tucked right in their pocket. But is having that extreme level of intelligence at your fingertips disrupting your own brain functions? More than 80 percent of Americans use a smartphone and many rely