At Minyanville, we're constantly looking for ways to help educate Americans about markets and investing. This week, we were delighted to contribute to Financial Literacy, a seven-page report delivered inside USA Today
newspapers, owned by Gannett
(GCI), across the Northeast region. The report hit newsstands in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, and Baltimore on Monday morning, reaching two million readers. It included tips on personal money management from industry leaders such as Ted Beck, president and CEO of the National Endowment for Financial Education, Shannon Schuyler, Corporate Responsibility Leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers, David Nelms, Chairman and CEO of Discover, and our own Todd Harrison, founder and CEO of Minyanville.
Todd shared his 10 operating principles for money management, ideas that have served him well throughout his 21-year career in finance and business. See Todd's golden rules (page seven) and the full PDF, here
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