Maria Nedeva, PhD

Professor Maria Nedeva, MSc, PhD, is a business school professor and the creator of The Money Principle: a personal finance website where she teaches people in money trouble how to build sustainable wealth. Maria Nedeva also teaches undergrad, Masters, and Doctoral students about creativity, innovation and science dynamics. She has published in top scientific journals, including Science. Ten years ago, Maria became fascinated by personal finance. She’s been writing about making money, investing, money management, and paying off debt on The Money Principle and other personal finance sites. Maria believes that good investing is like timeless fashion – it is simple, understated, and makes you feel good. This explains her interest in robo-advisors and the use of technology to manage our money. Follow the Maria and the Money Principle on twitter.

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Is Personal Capital Safe to Use? Personal Capital Security Review

How Safe is the Personal Capital Website? Do you have a Personal Capital account or are you considering using their free money and investing tools? Before synching up with Personal Capital or any financial website, you are wise to investigate the safety of the platform. This article will demonstrate why Personal Capital is safe – …

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Wells Fargo Intuitive Investor Review 2020

Wells Fargo Robo Advisor – Is it Right for You? Whether Wells Fargo Intuitive Investor is the robo-advisor for you depends on your investing experience, preferred kind of engagement with your investments, and access to capital. This Intuitive Investor review reveals that the Wells Fargo robo-advisor is right for beginner investors or investors who prefer …

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Stash vs Robinhood vs Acorns – Which is the Best Micro Investing App?

Overview Have you been pondering investing and have not put aside a dime yet? Let me guess – you have no money, and you know very little, if anything, about the workings of the stock market. You are not alone. According to recent studies, close to half of all Americans don’t invest in the stock …

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Personal Capital Cash Review – High Yield Cash Account

Free Personal Capital Savings Account This Personal Capital Cash management review quickly outlines the main features of the Personal Capital savings account and compares these to the offerings of other savings and cash account providers. This review’s verdict is that the Personal Capital Cash account may be a good match for people looking to grow …

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