marceloveiga

Marcelo Veiga is bachelor’s degree in law, journalist, financial consultant graduated from FGV, songwriter, surfer and digital entrepreneur. Maintains several blogs that yield him good money as the “TV Northeast“, the “Third Age Magazine“, and Guinea-Bissau TV beyond your personal website MarceloVeiga.com on financial education and digital marketing among others.

The transformative power of video games

The transformative power of video games

14 minutes Hello. My name is Herman, and I’ve always been struck by how the most important, impactful, tsunami-like changes to our culture and our society always come from those things that we least think are going to have that impact.  I mean, as a computer scientist, I remember when Facebook was just image-sharing in dorm rooms, and depending upon who you ask, it’s now involved in toppling elections. I remember when cryptocurrency or automated trading were sort of ideas by a few renegades in the financial institutions in the world for automated trading, or online, Continue

How video game skills can get you ahead in life

How video game skills can get you ahead in life

8 minutes In 2019, the highest paid athlete in the world was an Argentine footballer named Lionel Messi. And his talent? Dribbling a ball down a pitch and booting it past a goalkeeper. It’s a skill so revered by fans and corporate sponsors alike, that in 2019, Messi took home 104 million dollars. That’s almost two million dollars for every goal he scored in season. He’s a pretty spectacular athlete by any standard. But why is it Messi’s particular skills are so valuable? Sure, there are obvious answers. We just have enormous respect for athletic Continue

Inside the NFT bubble: How valuable are digital collectibles?

Inside the NFT bubble: How valuable are digital collectibles?

3 minutes Watch the latest video at foxbusiness.com Why investors are pumping millions into the NFT marketplace NFTs – non fungible tokens – are fueling a frenzy among artists and investors looking to cash in on the market that has ballooned by as much as $1.5 billion so far this year.  These digital collectibles are irreplaceable assets that can be bought or traded like any other piece of property. But unlike a painting you can hang on your wall, buying an NFT is like owning an encrypted jpeg. That jpeg Continue

TOUR AT CHICAGO MERCANTILE EXCHANGE (CME)

TOUR AT CHICAGO MERCANTILE EXCHANGE (CME)

5 minutes The world of money and investing is pretty mysterious to most of us. One way to make money matters more tangible, and maybe more understandable, is to visit the places where high finance happens. The Second City has a first-class presence in the financial markets. Here is a look at the tours and visitors’ privileges available at Chicago money and trading centers. All times are for Monday through Friday: – The Chicago Mercantile Exchance (CME), 30 S. Wacker Dr. The CME, which Continue

HIGH DIVIDEND STOCKS – MARCH 2019

HIGH DIVIDEND STOCKS – MARCH 2019

65 minutes March 2, 2019 – From Simply Safe Dividends High dividend stocks appeal to many investors living off dividends in retirement because their high yields provide generous income. Many of the highest paying dividend stocks offer a high yield in excess of 4%, and some even yield 10% or more. However, not all high yield dividend stocks are safe. Let’s review what high dividend stocks are, where stocks with high dividends can be found in the market, and how to identify which high Continue

WARREN BUFFETT’S DIVIDEND PORTFOLIO

WARREN BUFFETT’S DIVIDEND PORTFOLIO

72 minutes February 18, 2019 Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway outperformed the S&P 500 by 10.8% per year from 1965 through 2018, generating an overall gain of 2,472,627% compared to the market’s total return of 15,019%. It’s no wonder why investors closely monitor Warren Buffett’s portfolio. He is arguably the greatest investor of all time. You can download an up-to-date list covering all of the dividend stocks owned by Warren Buffett by clicking here. While Berkshire Hathaway itself does not pay a dividend because it Continue

The 12 key principles of financial success in today’s world

The 12 key principles of financial success in today’s world

20 minutes Spread out any splurge expenditure. It is a good idea to establish clear principles to live by when it comes to your personal finance. Some examples of rules to follow are to regulate your ‘splurging’ and to take on a new debt with caution. The goal is to have low expenses, but to also have the money needed to handle any unexpected costs that may arise. Whenever a person makes a thoughtful decision, it’s usually based heavily on a set of internal Continue

THE POWER OF SHARING WHAT YOU KNOW MAKES YOU BIGGER

THE POWER OF SHARING WHAT YOU KNOW MAKES YOU BIGGER

2 minutes The power of sharing makes you bigger than you are. The more you pour out, the more life will be able to pour in. The key to make your life really unique and worthwhile is to share what you know, because sharing has a certain unique magic of its own. The power of sharing If you share an idea with 10 different people, they get to hear it once and you get to hear it 10 times—getting you even better prepared for Continue

EVAN YOUTUBE THE MOST POPULAR KID YOU’VE NEVER HEARD

EVAN YOUTUBE THE MOST POPULAR KID YOU’VE NEVER HEARD

5 minutes EVAN YOUTUBE – This little entrepreneur is big – and he got there without the money or resources of a top-tier network or record label, nor the cachet of Will Ferrell. There aren’t a lot of people with more than 280 million views on YouTube. Katy Perry’s channel has 272 million. ESPN has 328 million. Madonna clocks in at 275 million and Funny or Die is getting close with 266 million. And then there’s Evan Youtube, the 7-year-old behind EvanTubeHD, the kid- Continue

EVAN TUBE 8-YEAR-OLD MAKES $1.3 MILLION ON YOUTUBE

EVAN TUBE 8-YEAR-OLD MAKES $1.3 MILLION ON YOUTUBE

2 minutes EVAN TUBE – What were you up to when you were 8 years old? Probably something less impressive than Evan. He is the kid behind EvanTubeHD, which is a family-friendly YouTube channel where Evan (and occasionally his sister or mom) reviews toys and video games. Evan rakes in $1.3 million a year from posting his toy reviews to YouTube. It started out as a fun project Evan and his dad embarked on together. The pair would make Angry Birds stop-motion videos, and, according to a Continue