Studies suggest that 43% of American adults are financially illiterate.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans can’t pass a basic test of financial literacy.
Finatic’s goal is to educate the next generation of youth on crucial money management skills, fostering the confidence to make correct financial judgments and decisions.
Through chapters, publications, media and enriching events, we hope to provide accessible, informative financial literacy knowledge and raise awareness about financial illiteracy, an issue highlighted by COVID-19.
Finatic’s chapters aim to establish a network of passionate high schoolers across the globe wanting to learn about money management and spread awareness about the importance of financial literacy.
Chapters foster an environment through regular activities, events and project where members collectively expand their knowledge about personal finance and educate their community on similar concepts.
Finatic hosts numerous events and competitions ranging from speaker series to investment simulations throughout the year, open to anyone and everyone.
Participants are able to meet and network with like-minded students and professionals all while exploring their interests and expanding their personal finance knowledge.
Finatic’s publication aims to educate youth on a wide range of imperative financial topics by providing accessible, simple and condensed coverage.
Named The Finatical, Finatic’s weekly newsletter provides cordial personal finance tips along with custom graphics while also providing concise overviews of recent macroeconomic and investment trends.
Each newsletter also includes numerous resources, featured publications, guidance and witty facts.