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NTB earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
The crypto world was knocked by several announcements in recent days as the reality of regulation spooked investors.
You bring up an interesting dilemma some retirement savers may not think of, which is having your retirement assets locked away in investment portfolios intended to be used at an older age. Employer-sponsored retirement accounts, such as 401(k) plans, are a great tool for investing for retirement because they are tax-deferred, which means more money is growing until it’s time to withdraw. The first task is to double check on your company’s policy for the age 55 rule (for readers unfamiliar with this rule, it allows people age 55 or older who were separated from their jobs — either because they were fired or voluntarily left — to tap into the 401(k) from their current employer before the required age 59 ½).
It’s a bearish start to the day for Bitcoin and the broader market. Bitcoin would need to move back through to $36,500 levels to provide support.
Fed policymakers surprised a lot of investors on Wednesday by signaling that tapering and interest-rate hikes are finally on the way. Investors sat up and noticed because “taking away the punch bowl” has doomed many a growth cycle. The Fed policy shift confirms we are moving toward the middle of the economic cycle from the early stage where rip-roaring growth is the norm – which benefits more speculative stocks.
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In this article, we discuss the 10 best growth stocks to buy right now based on billionaire growth investor Philippe Laffont’s Q1 portfolio. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of these stocks, go directly to the 5 Best Growth Stocks to Buy Right Now. Philippe Laffont, the billionaire who runs New York-based hedge […]
Quite the week, that. Best we begin with some “Facts, Hercule, facts!”
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June has been a big month for Ethereum, with three recent testnet launched over the last month. A final one is due on June 26. These testnet releases are in the lead up to London hardfork.
NIO Inc. (NIO) designs and manufactures high-tech electric vehicles in China. As a major player and innovator in connectivity, autonomous driving, and artificial intelligence technologies, it competes directly with Tesla (TSLA). The main value for NIO comes from its competitive positioning in the luxury electric vehicle market (especially SUVs) in China, stemming from its comparable technology combined with its cheaper price point. Furthermore, as a leading local manufacturer and innovator in hi
RETIREMENT WEEKLY Q.: With rates so low, why would anyone own bonds? Won’t bonds get crushed when rates rise? — Paul in KC A.: Paul, if you are looking for interest payments, bonds are underwhelming for sure.
Shiba Inu’s (CCC:SHIB-USD) team likes to tout its SHIB coin as being “the DOGECOIN KILLER” (emphasis theirs), but whether its coin defeats Dogecoin (CCC:DOGE-USD) is highly irrelevant. Source: Shutterstock SHIB coin could certainly continue to trend upward, and it could be a Dogecoin killer, but this doesn’t matter in the slightest. Being the Dogecoin killer won’t give Shiba Inu any validation in the long-term. A meme coin that beats out another meme coin is still foundationally unstable.Investo
Cryptocurrency news for Friday includes the market taking a beating today and it all has to do with some of the top cryptos falling. Source: Yevhen Vitte/Shutterstock.com Prices for major cryptocurrencies are down today and it looks like that’s dragging down other cryptos as well. For example, Bitcoin (CCC:BTC-USD) has fallen close to 6.6% over a 24-hour period as of this writing. Ethereum (CCC:ETH-USD) is also dipping close to 7.8% over a 24-hour period around noon Friday. When major players in
No one was expecting much from the Federal Reserve this past week. Instead, the process of tightening monetary policy looks to have finally started.
With the first-quarter round of 13F filings behind us it is time to take a look at the stocks in which some of the best money managers in the world preferred to invest or sell heading into the second quarter of 2021. One of these stocks was Torchlight Energy Resources, Inc. (NASDAQ:TRCH). Is Torchlight Energy […]
Congress is in session this week for the first time since May 20, and all eyes are watching for comments regarding a fourth stimulus update. See: Fourth Stimulus Checks Rumors Are Everywhere - Here's...
A near-record dollar amount of single stock equity options -totaling $818 billion - is set to expire at the close of trading on Friday afternoon, potentially driving sharp moves in some stocks throughout the day, Goldman Sachs analysts wrote. A recent surge in interest in options trading, fueled in part by droves of retail traders looking to place wagers on the swings in so-called meme stocks such as GameStop Corp and AMC Entertainment Holdings, has boosted trading in U.S. single stock options to record highs this year. Single stock open interest now stands at nearly $3 trillion in notional terms, close to the highest level since Jan. 15, according to the report, which was authored by analysts Vishal Vivek and John Marshall and published on Friday morning.
Social momentum is not a permanent driving force. It causes stocks to rise, but it can’t sustain stocks at unprecedented levels all on its own. Once hype dies, meme stocks go down. If a company caught up in this kind of trading isn’t solid on its own, its stock goes down … a lot. For sustained growth, you need companies with great fundamentals and core growth strategies. Every so often, companies doing well on their own will have their stock prices inflated when social media gets involved. But e
Following Friday’s sell-off, failure to move through the day’s pivot levels would likely deliver another day in the red.
Chris Senyek, chief investment strategist at Wolfe Research, says that dividend investors need to be nimble and consider different strategies when looking at inflationary possibilities. Plus: Prudential’s commitment to its dividend and T. Rowe’s special payout.