FoolProof Recipe for Teaching Financial Literacy Embraces Skepticism, Shuns Business Input
Chances are the financial literacy operations you've come across are sponsored by businesses that never teach the caveats. FoolProof's program is an example of how financial education ought to work.
Study Hard and You'll Become Financially Literate? Not So Fast
Investors are swamped with offerings from businesses that sponsor financial literacy websites and lectures, but is the public actually learning anything?
How Bad Are Americans When It Comes to Financial Literacy?
The results are in, and survey upon survey proves that Americans suffer from a painful lack of financial literacy.
Investor Help List -- Staying Informed and Knowing Where to Go for Help
If you're looking to become a better-informed investor or have lost money at the hands of an unscrupulous advisor, here are some sources that can help.
6 Financial Literacy Books That Will Make You a Wiser Investor
There are books galore that claim to have the "secrets" of wise investing. Most don't deliver. Picks on our list explain value investing and give insight on avoiding fraud.
Looking To Get Financially Literate? Don't Expect Business "Educators" to Help
It's Financial Literacy Month, and that means credit-card companies and brokerage firms will be out in droves touting their literacy efforts. Is that who we want teaching us about money?