The 21-day lockdown imposed in light of the Coronavirus pandemic has seriously impacted how we go about our lives. We aren’t just talking about how we (try to) work from home or (desperately try to) get household chores done. We’re talking about how it has affected our money
Our Instagram feeds have been overflowing with photos of people cooking, showing off their #WFH setups, and even sharing productivity tips. For over two months now, the nightmare that we’ve come to call “The Lockdown” has forced people enabled people to follow new trends and pick up new habits.
There is a tenet of Chaos Theory that talks about how you can spot moments of order – patterns, interconnectedness and self-organization – within chaotic systems. Take The Big Bang – the event that led to all entropy and then spawned cosmic systems. A universe, organized into galaxies organized into solar systems composed
In Part 1 of this blog series (which you should read because it’s awesome…and because it sets the stage for this one), I laid out how the densely packed banking singularity erupted in an explosion of financial services over the 2010s, i.e., the Birth of Fintech. This
The economic uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 lockdown has spooked investors and straight-up KO’d markets. For the first time in a decade, we’re witnessing a full-blown bear market. To put things into perspective – in 2008, markets fell 60% in 8 months; in 2020, they’ve fallen over
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