Millions of users spend countless hours consuming (or creating) content on the popular social media app, TikTok. From viral dance challenges, delicious recipes or funny videos, there’s seemingly something for everyone. Another popular type of content that users are lapping up is financial and investing advice. The short video format appeals to those who want to obtain their knowledge in quick bites. However, with the amount of misinformation circulating across the internet and various social media platforms, can this advice be trusted? Cheryl Winokur Munk of The Wall Street Journal explores the topic.  – Jarryd Neves

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