It’s no secret that millennials have gotten the short end of the economic stick. Because of that, they are also perhaps one of the most financially savvy generations in recent history. They are always actively seeking ways to achieve financial freedom and personal fulfillment through tapping into their expansive social media networks and e-resources.
Those who have cracked the money code and are willing to put their peers on game, usually share their breadth of knowledge via the millennial epicenter: Instagram. Here’s a look at some of the best Black financial experts you should be following:
1. ASH EXANTUS
His books include “The Wake Up Call: Financial Inspiration Learned from 4:44”, “A Step by Step Guide on How to Implement Each Financial Principle” and “Making Sense of Kanye (West): A Spiritual Guide to Financial Freedom, Peace, Love, and Happiness”.
Exantus’s energy combined with his financial expertise excites everyone who listens to his personal finance and credit strategies.
2. ANTHONY COPEMAN
According to Black Enterprise, Anthony Copeman, a certified financial education instructor and founder of Financial Lituation, is the creator of $hares TV. $hares is an animated series dedicated to helping millennials make money work for them.
The animated lessons are not only informative, but they are also funny and entertaining. $hares TV uses original music and gives different money tips via weekly episodes on Instagram. Each episode shares money tips based on the characters’ individual storylines and experiences.
If you love animated television shows and movies just as much as I do, you will love learning about money with Copeman’s animated series on Instagram at @SharesTV.
3. CHONCÉ MADDOX RHEA
Choncé Maddox Rhea, a certified financial education instructor (CFEI) and personal finance coach, has overcome many financial challenges.
Rhea shares helpful tips to help ambitious millennials regain control of their money and live a life with more possibilities and fewer