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July 30, 2020 Los Angeles, California

Business Bullish with Marlo Nicole is setting the stage for future investors by teaching the introductory basics of investing, business ownership, and entrepreneurship.  Business Bullish, a Blog, Podcast, and VLOG geared towards business investing, stock market investing, and hosts interviews with other business owners and entrepreneurs.


Growing up in the Black Communities

Growing up in the Black Communities, you learn about survival.  How to stay afloat, “rob Peter, to pay Paul” as many elders could be quoted.  One of the primary lessons taught to young black children is to go to school in order to get a good job with benefits.

Marlo Nicole found that while this advice on the surface is not poor advice; it is very limiting as it structured the minds of young people and caused them to think as employees rather than employers; The thought process is very different.  In fact, employers would find much more business success if they spent more time teaching employees how to think like business owners.

It is important for both employees and employers to understand the bottom line

It is important for both employees and employers to understand the bottom line.  What Marlo Nicole goes through in Business Bullish (in no particular order) is how to get into business, or plan an exit strategy. Discuss some of the pitfalls in business and entrepreneurship and how to potentially avoid them?  She relates these various topics to current events and real life examples to keep the audience engaged through various media and special guests.

If you have an interest in investing, entrepreneurship or business ownership, check out @BusinessBullish on Instagram and Facebook or any where you listen to podcasts or at

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