About Us


Finance Rush began in 2010 with a mission¬†to empower young people to invest in the stock market on their own without the need for a financial advisor. Finance Rush promotes¬†buy-and-hold strategies with dollar cost averaging. It’s very common for people to think they don’t have enough time, money or interest to take control of their finances. The goal of Finance Rush is to help debunk all of these roadblocks.

Jon Herrity is the founder and creator of Finance Rush. He is focused on improving the financial future of young professionals, friends and family. The goal at Finance Rush is to help automate the process of investing for busy people! The content is continually evolving here at Finance Rush. For the time being, the site serves as a blog to help educate people on personal finance.

4 Responses to “About Us”

  1. meredith says:

    Hi there ,
    I was reading your page here: financerush.com/ and what you wrote about Bitcoin got me curious.
    I went online to do some more research, and among the vast ocean of “bitcoin guides for beginners” and “bitcoin definitions” I found one that stood out and made things very clear.
    I think it’s quite complete and easy to understand, even for “dummies” like me (it explains lots of technical words).
    I just wanted to suggest this guide as an addition to your page (They say at the end that anyone can use the images they created, and I think they would be a good fit on your page): http://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/ultimate-guide-bitcoin/
    I hope my contribution helps,

  2. Tanasia Bailey says:

    Hi there!

    I hope you are having a great Friday.

    I came across your website and thought you would be interested in adding our guide about switching online brokers to your page below:


    Our experts at Bankrate have created a valuable resource that explains the process of switching your online broker. It includes advice on the following:
    Why you should consider switching brokers
    How to transfer brokerage accounts
    Tax implications of switching brokers

    Here is the link: https://www.bankrate.com/investing/switching-online-brokers-how-to-transfer-account/

    Would you consider adding this guide to your page?

    Tanasia Bailey

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