The kids are all right.
The rap on today’s young income-earners is that they haven’t bothered to learn about money and spend too much time on social media and smartphones. But two recent studies paint a very different picture. They show a generation that is making use of the broad spectrum of financial products, and aspires to save money, even if they lack the means in today’s challenging economy and the debt brought on by their education.
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Empire Avenue, affectionately called “The Avenue” (https://www.empireavenue.com) is best described as a “Social Media stock market”. It’s currency (eaves) are invested, earned, issued, and paid in developing an Empire Avenue stock portfolio that pays dividends daily. Just as valuable is the lasting friendships and great relationships that are developed with other players. Interactions with social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn, YouTube, among others are vastly important in playing the game.
I joined “The Avenue” in 2011. I’ve developed my own strategies over the years and they’ve proven successful. Even though I’ve been active on the Leader Board and acquired much wealth in eaves, I remind myself that it’s only a game. And it’s how you play the game that really matters.
The primary opportunities that Empire Avenue offers is exposure to new and interesting people from all walks of life and developing enjoyable/rich…
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