Why Do Creative People Need Free Apps?
Freelancers, individual investors, passive income hunters, small entrepreneurs, creative workers, experts of a hobby, all have some common needs. They must:
The rise of the internet has provided us with a tremendous amount of information. But today there is too much data circulating online. We are almost drowning in a sea of knowledge. It is not its quantity but its quality that matters. That is why we need to systematize and rank our news, information, and thoughts.
From Buffet’s Reading Habit to Free Tools
“I read and think”–said one of the richest people in the world, Warren Buffett. He credits many of his great money decisions to his voracious reading habit. He says he starts every morning by poring over several newspapers and estimates he spends as much as 80 percent of his day reading. When asked once about the key to success, pointed to a stack of books and said, “Read 500 pages like this every day. That’s how knowledge works. It builds up like compound interest.” (In CNBC.)
Books are amazing still today. The best ones contain the experiences of a lifetime or make the most valuable thoughts of geniuses available to you. But today we also gain a lot of valuable knowledge from articles on websites, databases, charts, or asset prices. To process all this, we need free or paid applications.
Most applications can be used on both personal computers (PC) and mobile phones. Even better, the same data is accessible from various platforms and devices. Some free apps contain ads, others work in the “freemium” model. That means basic services are gratis, but the paid version has much more to offer. You decide if you want to pay for the premium benefits.