Happy New Year! It has been great to see our readership grow over the past few months and the topics of most interest to you. In looking through the list, a few patterns emerge:
- You like the Questions of the Day which are compelling ways to engage your students in personal finance topics.
- You are interested in wide range of topics. Just looking at the top five, the subjects include spending, college ROI, investing, savings and checking.
- Two of the case study posts made it to the top ten. This will be an area that we will expand in 2015 as we see it as a useful way to engage students and have them apply their learning.
Here are our top 10 posts for 2014:
- Question of the Day: What do High School Students Spend Most of Their Money On?
- Question of the Day: What Is The Lifetime Value of A College Education (By Major)?
- Question of the Day: What is the S&P500?
- Question of the Day: What’s The Highest Interest Rate I Can Earn on a Standard Savings Account?
- Lesson idea: How To Choose A Checking Account
- Boeing 401K Plan: The Case of the Missing Millions
- Question of the Day: What Is Preferred Method of Payment For Consumers? Cash, Debit or Credit?
- Question of the Day: Would You Rather Have $1,000,000 or Double Your Money Every Day for 30 Days Starting With A Penny?
- Case Study: Millionaire or Not?
- Question of the Day (and Current Event too!): What Does the Federal Reserve Do?