Entries by Oleksandr Vetoshko

Securities-Backed Lines of Credit

In today’s market climate, fluctuation, volatility and downturn are disquieting terms we hear on a daily basis in the media. These terms, however, carry less weight for those that are prepared, or “insulated” from the market changes. A valuable tool to help further insulate you during turbulent times is a Securities-Backed Line of Credit (sometimes […]

Future of Crypto

It seems the days of wondering if crypto is here to stay are becoming a thing of the past as signs are emerging that the cryptocurrencies and blockchain industry are consistently growing stronger. With the cryptocurrency space having gained so much interest, its increasing pace of adoption, and the willingness of both individuals and companies […]

Best Financial Tips for your 20’s

20 years old. A new adult. The first few years of adulthood, independence and individuality. So many new concepts and so many unknown paths beckoning the young adults to follow. In the age of internet and “infinite knowledge”, there is a large amount of bad advice out there mixed with the good. It is important […]

What to Do With an Inheritance?

There are many different events that affect us throughout our lives. One of the most heart-breaking is death. As we live our lives, it is likely that at some point we will either receive an inheritance or know someone that does. It can be a stressful time as you are trying to manage your emotions […]

IRS Scams and Stimulus Payments – Here’s What You Should Know

On Wednesday, April 15, 2020 80 million Americans received their Stimulus funds via direct deposit. As the COVID-19 Relief funds are arriving in the hands of Americans that need it most, scammers are working hard to make attempts to get their hands on this money.  As the IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig said, people need to […]

Blockchain Predictions in Finance for 2020

Blockchain Technology is in general, a digital ledger that can record a plethora of different information. The information is decentralized, often anonymous and public. The information (often transactional) then cannot be changed or fondled with retroactively or proactively, without the alteration of all previous bits of information. In layman’s terms, it is the most hack-proof, […]