What is the RIGHT Age to Start Learning Financial Literacy?

According to a 2017 article in the Wall Street Journal, colleges such as Indiana University and Ohio State University are leading the way in helping students become more educated about their finances. Indiana University has been sending out emails since 2012 informing enrolled students what they should expect to set aside each month after they […]

Can a College Student Save Money While at School?

Going to college can be an exciting time in the life of a young adult. For the first time you get live away from home and be on your own. After years of financial dependency, it can be challenging to figure out how to survive on your own. That brings us to today’s question: can […]

MFF Takes Luck Out of the Equation!

Allison Demirjian

As a fifth-year MFF Fellow, I have witnessed a lot of changes in the Morgan Franklin Fellowship (MFF) Program. I went from being dragged into the program by the manager at the time, my mother, to becoming a very involved intern with MFF. Back when I started, in 2014, in the early days of the […]

MFF Inspires College Student to Explore Investment Opportunities

Recently over the course of my freshman year of college, I took the opportunity to get certified on the Bloomberg terminals. For those who aren’t familiar with Bloomberg, it’s a very expensive software ($20,000 per year!) that is used by many people around the world for many different reasons. The Bloomberg software essentially complies market […]

Morgan Franklin Fellowship Makes a Move!

Morgan Franklin Fellowship

Recently MFF has made a big move. As a fifth-year fellow in the Morgan Franklin Fellowship Program I was extremely excited to see the new location. Their decision to move has proven to be a well needed step in the program. The new space is located at 470 Mast Road in Goffstown NH. An excellent […]

Advice from a Savvy Stock Trader – at only 19

Trend Memillard, MFF Fellow

Trent Remillard is only 19, yet he has a diversified stock portfolio on Wall Street and a significant sum of money in his Roth IRA. Trent started both accounts in 2015 when he became involved with Morgan Franklin Fellowship, a program that educates teens and young adults about financial literacy. Since then he’s seen his […]

April is Financial Literacy Month

April is Financial Literacy Month and there is a lot of talk about the current state of financial literacy in America. And the news is not good. According to a 2016 FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) Investor Education Foundation study, most adults in the US have little knowledge of best practices when it comes to […]