Austin Hankwitz.

My Favorite Credit Card

Out of the few credit cards I do use, my Apple Card is my favorite – and here’s why! No fees – Not even hidden ones: with my Apple Card

How To Be An Adult & Not Go Broke

You read that right – in this post I’m going to be teaching you the easiest way to not go broke as an adult, especially into retirement. So if you’ve

Kanye X Gap Inc.?

You simply cannot make this stuff up. In the first half of 2021, Gap Inc. will be unveiling a new clothing line called “Yeezy Gap”. In April, CNN announced that

Comparing Nvidia and Intel

Sometimes I like to compare companies with similar business models to each other – figuring out what gives each one their respective competitive advantage. In this comparison, I’ll be tossing

How I Made My Portfolio Tracker in Google Sheets

If you invest in publicly traded companies like I do, chances are you want to closely follow along their stock’s performance. Maybe you use the tracking statistics your online broker

Blackstone’s New Real-Estate Play

Real-estate investors at the Blackstone Group are getting into show business! But not by making movies or TV shows themselves, but by acquiring stakes in the production facilities and other

How To Invest in 5G

Apple’s 2020 WWDC began Monday which means their iPhone 12 is right around the corner! According to Mac Rumors ( one of the more notable features of the new iPhone

My Thoughts on SHLL (Hyliion)

Hyliion is a “leader in electrified powertrain solutions for Class 8 commercial vehicles. What’s a Class 8 commercial vehicle? Think semi-trucks and dump-trucks. They offer an “add-on” type product for

Why I’m Not Buying $OPES Yet..

These blank check company mergers have been popping up out of no where recently, with BurgerFi being one of them. Here’s a quick summary of why I’m not buying their

5 Bold Predictions for the Rest of 2020

I was scrolling through Seeking Alpha when I found this article and thought it would be cool to give some additional commentary to it. Prediction 1: the stock market

Intro to Index Funds

If you’re like 99% of people in the world, you probably don’t have the time nor the energy to read through a Form 10-K or any other SEC filing on

When to Sell Your Stocks

As time goes by while you’re investing, the question begins to shift from “what stocks should I buy?” to “when should I sell my stocks?” – let’s try and answer

Why I’m Buying FMCI

On June 15, I posted a TikTok explaining why I bought 90 shares of FMCI for $13.65/share and plan to hold them for the next 9-18 months. As we all

WSJ: June 5, 2020

Dang! The DJIA rose +3.15% today! And the reason why it surged is going to be the theme of today’s report. Buckle up! Let’s talk unemployment! U.S. Unemployment Rate Fell

WSJ: June 4, 2020

Can y’all believe it’s June? I swear it feels like it was just 2 weeks ago when I got the “go work from home” notice from my employer – but

WSJ: June 3, 2020

*in a Spiderman costume* It it Wednesday my dudes! U.S. to Block Chinese Airline Flights to and From U.S.The US plans to block Chinese airlines from flying passengers to and from

WSJ: June 2, 2020

Taco tuuuuuuesday! As my guy Lebron James might say. Protests Resume Over George Floyd Death as Cities Tighten CurfewsProtesters began marching on US cities again Tuesday, after a night of

Why I’m Bullish on Best Buy

Hey everyone – some of you may know me from TikTok. I post daily videos around personal finance and investing and yesterday I posted a video about why I like

WSJ: June 1, 2020

What an eventful weekend all around the country – here in Nashville protesters attempted to burn down our historic courthouse Saturday night. Let’s take a look and see how the

WSJ: May 29, 2020

It’s finally Friday – time to relax. Everyone enjoy their weekends! Consumer Spending Fell a Record 13.6% in AprilUS consumer spending (the economy’s main engine) fell by a record -13.6%

WSJ: May 28, 2020

Thirsty Thursday – the day of the week where it’s okay to get drunk on a work-night. Unfortunately, I’ll just be sipping coffee tonight as I keep working toward building

WSJ: May 27, 2020

Strap in boys & girls – a ton of things caught my eye today while reading the WSJ so this is going to be a long one! European Union Plans

College Tuition and Student Loans

This post definitely falls under the personal finance + lifestyle category because we’re about to talk about something almost all of you have had to think about – college tuition

WSJ: May 26, 2020

Hope everyone had a great Memorial Day Weekend and they’re ready for the week ahead. Time for your daily dose of the Wall Street Journal brought to you by yours

Explaining Yahoo Finance’s “Stock Page”

Before you even begin reading, click this link and follow along with me. ( Now that you’re on split screen mode, let’s begin breaking down the “stock page” on Yahoo

WSJ: May 25, 2020

For Economy, Worst of Coronavirus Shutdowns May Be OverRecovering air travel, hotel bookings and mortgage applications are among the early signs the US economy is slowly creeping back to life.Truck

WSJ: May 22, 2020

What’s that smell? You smell that? Smells like a 3 day weekend to me! Everyone be safe this weekend and have fun. Companies Confront the Unforgiving Economics of CoronavirusRising costs,

Building Credit

If you don’t live in the United States, I’m not sure how much of this applies to you – so I apologize. If you do live in the United States

WSJ: May 21, 2020

Every Thursday we get a bit more insight into the job market, and today is no different. Workers File 2.4 Million Unemployment ClaimsWorkers filed an additional 2.4M unemployment claims last

Explaining Dividend Yields

Y’all didn’t think I only dropped Wall Street Journal highlights did you? Hope not – now let’s learn a bit about dividend yields and why they’re important. Dang Austin did

WSJ: May 20, 2020

May 20th, 2020 – the day someone close to the creator of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, moved 50 BTC that was mined in 2009. Just a few months after it’s initial

WSJ: May 19, 2020

Hi everyone and thank you all for the warm welcomes in my DMs – if I can be of any help or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate

WSJ: May 18, 2020

Hi everyone – Some of you may recognize me from TikTok – my name is Austin Hankwitz (@austinhankwitz) and I’ve recently joined forces with Justin so can provide as