Social media platforms can be a great place to find community and learn new things in your journey to invest with impact. Keep in mind, of course, the internet is full of sources spouting advice, so it’s crucial to use a careful and critical eye or consult your financial advisor when choosing who is credible to follow for financial insights. Always do your own research and fact-checking, but these platforms can be a great place to find community and learn new things in your journey to invest with impact.
Sometimes you just want to watch to learn rather than read to learn. We get it. So, here are a few accounts we follow, but let us know who you think we’re missing! And catch us on Twitter and Instagram for more tools & insights between our weekly newsletters.
@Investinglatina is run by Jully-Alma Taveras, who offers investing insights in both English and Spanish. She’s been featured on Nasdaq, CNBC, Remezcla, The Skimm, and more. In addition to offering workshops, Jully-Alma posts Insta videos on various financial topics, including a recent one on knowing when you’re ready to buy real estate.
Dieter Holger is a reporter based in Barcelona, Spain, covering sustainability for The Wall Street Journal. His content focuses on Stakeholder Capitalism and corporate sustainability with an international lens. He tweets just enough to keep you in the know without overwhelming your feed.
Anna N'Jie-Konte is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and offers financial insights from her Insta account, @anjiekonte. She was recently named one of Investopedia’s Top 100 Financial Advisors for 2021, so you’re not going to want to miss her frequent IG Live talks on topics like “Simple Tweaks to Update Your Budget” and “Career Advancement for WOC.”
Humphrey Yang has created some of the most accessible content we’ve seen on TikTok. His videos are concise and informative on a wide range of content — like if you need another reminder of the difference between gross and net income 😅.
Humblebrag for sure, but our founder Jean Case @jeancase is a must-follow on Twitter. When not retweeting stunning Nat Geo pictures, she highlights ESG investing insights and news.
While The Motley Fool is a media outlet and not an individual creator, their evergreen YouTube content can’t be overlooked. We especially like their FAQ video series, which answers stock market and personal finance questions.
Maitane Sardon is a reporter covering corporate ESG issues and impact investing. She works for Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal. Follow her on Twitter to stay up-to-date on breaking news.