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Hi, I’m Meinna Gwet, founder of Bobby Finance is a financial literacy blog for young professionals and beginning entrepreneurs. The site explains in simple terms how finance and the global economy operate and how they impact your everyday life. The aim is to empower you with the ability to understand how money works, how it’s made, how it’s managed and how it either gets in your pockets or out of it. Bobby Finance is the platform where you can get smart and simple answers to the most complex financial issues. The blog provides you with tools to make informed and effective decisions about your money, your business, your career and your role in the global economy.


Working in finance makes me realize how little students, young professionals and beginning entrepreneurs know about financial practices and economic measures that affect their everyday life.

Finance has become an extremely complex topic. I myself am learning every day. The younger generation stands no chance in the economic system if some of us do not take the time to explain what’s happening. Gone are the good old days when you would spend 30 years in a company, store your money at the bank, in the objective of gradually withdrawing your savings upon retirement. Today, new generations have to deal with depreciating currencies, a crashing purchasing power, over-indebted governments, pension plan deficits, an over-dependence on the United States’ economy, and a global interconnectivity of financial markets that makes everything collapse like a set of dominoes at the slightest malpractice.

The problem is, as long as everything seems fine, nobody pays attention to financial institutions’ speculative activities and governments’ monetary policies. It’s only when people start losing their jobs and see inflation erode their savings and their purchasing power, that we begin to ask questions and demand accountability. But unfortunately by that time, it’s way too late.

So with this blog, in order to help you build real wealth, I will share my understanding of money: where it goes, what I see, what I read, the mistakes I have made and the answers to Bobby’s main questions.