TikTok is an entertaining platform to learn more about investing in an accessible way.
Social media can be an excellent tool to learn about virtually any area of interest. In fact, for many people, these online platforms make learning about investing more fun.
The Motley Fool recently surveyed Generation Z and millennial investors to find out how they get their investment information and advice. Social media was a big winner. Here are the stats:
- Gen Z: 91% of respondents in this age group said they get information on investing through social media.
- Millennials: 75% of millennials surveyed said they get information on investing through social media.
To that end, if you’re hoping to learn more about investing, you may want to take a look at social media — especially TikTok. From younger traders to professional investors, there are quite a few creators sharing helpful investment advice. Here are a few worth checking out.
1. @GirlsTalkStocks: Kayla Kilbride
Kayla Kilbride, also known as Robinhood Kid, started sharing content on TikTok to help more women learn about investing. When she began her investment journey, she found that many men were using confusing jargon or not explaining in ways that were easy to understand. She uses @GirlsTalkStocks to educate more people in a down-to-earth, approachable way. While she still considers herself a beginner investor, she only talks about topics that she has thoroughly researched.
2. @CallToLeap: Steve Chen
Another TikTok creator who is sharing investment knowledge is Steve Chen of @CallToLeap. He is a former middle school math teacher turned financial literacy influencer. Since reaching financial freedom and quitting his job, he’s turned to educating others who want to do the same. Chen’s content focuses on teaching his viewers how to invest for the long haul. Steve explains beginner investment terms as well as more in-depth topics. Whether you’re a beginner or have been investing for a while, his TikTok content may appeal to you.
3. @Errol_Coleman: Errol Coleman
Errol Coleman is only 22, but he has spent the last couple of years learning about investing. He has been trading while attending college and shares his experiences with his followers. And @Errol_Coleman does a great job of simplifying technical investment terms. Also, he has a free community where he encourages followers to discuss investing topics. Coleman is setting himself up to make trading his occupation.
4. @MrsDowJones: Haley Sacks
Hayley Sacks uses pop culture and humor to teach others about the world of investing. In one TikTok video, she discusses Netflix’s Bridgerton characters and talks about which investment term they are most like. Her unique approach makes learning about investing easier to understand and more enjoyable. If you love pop culture references while learning, her content may be for you. While @MrsDowJones is still growing her following, her content is both interesting and funny.
5. @AustinHankwitz: Austin Hankwitz
Austin Hankwitz is a full-time investor who shares personal finance and investing tips with TikTok. Much of his content focuses on the stock market and cryptocurrency. Plus, @AustinHankwitz talks about investment basics, how to choose which companies to invest in, and stocks that he personally likes. Austin has been on TikTok for quite some time, and he has the professional experience to inform his great content.
Don’t be afraid to turn to social media for investment discussions. This kind of content can help you learn more about investing so you can feel more confident making investment choices. As with any online material, make sure that you’re viewing content from a reputable source and remember that investing does come with risks. If you want to get started with your investment goals, look at our list of top stock brokers.
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