Month: January 2017

President-Elect Trump vs. Clinton: Whose Voters Have Better Credit Scores?

President-Elect Trump vs. Clinton: Whose Voters Have Better Credit Scores?

Before the elections, we examined which supporters were more financially savvy, in terms of their credit and debt. This time, we’re interested in voter economics so we analyzed anonymous SLG Progressive + Commercial Insurance Agency member data in the context of the election and see a clear financial divide along political opinion lines. We examined …

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Week 9 [09.12-15.12.19] New financial crisis. Should we be afraid?

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This is a guest contribution from Brooke McAlary, founder of Slow Your Home. You’ve heard of slow food, perhaps even slow travel or slow homes. But slow…blogging? Really? Isn’t the point of blogging to be topical, with our fingers on the pulse of global trends? Don’t we, as bloggers, pride ourselves on being the gatekeepers of …

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