|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||10.86 - 11.59|
|52 Week Range||4.30 - 38.71|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||8.35|
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves after bitcoin is rallying 10% off last week's lows. Here's the performance of select semiconductor stocks as of 1:00 pm ET: MU Micron Tech 1.83% NVDA(HB) Nvidia Corp 0.87% ADI(HB) Analog Devices -0.18% XLNX Xilinx Inc -0.44% SWKS Skyworks Solutions -0.43% MCHP Microchip Tech -0.47% INTC Intel Corp -0.48% MXIM Maxim Integrated Prod -0.60% KLAC KLA-Tencor Corp -0.76% TSM Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg ADS -0.81% TXN(HB) Texas Instruments -0.97% NXPI NXP Semiconductors N.V. -1.34% QCOM Qualcomm Inc -1.41% AVGO Broadcom Inc -1.83% AMAT Applied Materials -2.16% Here's the performance of select digital assets as of 1:00 pm ET: 0x USDZRX-USD 15.75% NEO USDNEO-USD 14.43% ByteCoin USDBCN-USD 12.77% EOS USDEOS-USD 9.96% IOTA USDIOT-USD 8.41% Monero USDXMR-USD 8.13% ZCash USDZEC-USD 7.78% Stellar USDXLM-USD 7.23% NEM USDXEM-USD 6.50% Litecoin USDLTC-USD 6.48% Decred USDDCR-USD 6.38% DigitalCash USDDASH-USD 6.28% Cardano USDADA-USD 5.96% QTUM USDQTUM-USD 5.25% Tronix USDTRX-USD 5.03% Lisk USDLSK-USD 4.97% XRP-USD 4.84% Ethereum Classic USDETC-USD 4.75% Ethereum USDETH-USD 4.45% Bitcoin USDBTC-USD 4.35% ICON Project USDICX-USD 3.16% Aeternity USDAE-USD 2.49% Vechain USDVEN-USD 1.48% Tether USDUSDT-USD 0.14% Binance Coin USDBNB-USD -3.23%
The holy grail of the exchange-traded fund (ETF) landscape, at least in recent years, is the bitcoin ETF. It has been several years since the Winklevoss brothers tried to bring the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust to life, but to date, the Securities and Exchange Commission has yet to approve a bitcoin ETF.
It was probably a good idea to change its name from Valeant Pharmaceuticals to Bausch Health Companies (NYSE:BHC) given the former’s fall from glory. It’s actually been pretty hot, despite BHC carrying a tainted reputation. With a 52-week high of almost $28 though, shares have nearly tripled from their one-year lows.
Despite an ugly first half of the year for digital currencies, which saw the value of all cryptocurrencies fall by more than $300 billion, investors looking for exposure to the nascent technology has not waned, according to one digital asset management firm.
Comprehensive report highlights investment activity into Grayscale's family of single-asset and diversified products during first half of 2018 Grayscale raised nearly $250 million across its products, ...
The Nasdaq composite is commanding the market upside in stocks today. Fiber-optic, chip equipment, homebuilding and consumer-oriented shares led. Apple is trailing some of its peers within the Dow Jones industrial average, yet the rally following a May 4 breakout remains fully intact.
Just one day after scaling its 50-day moving average for the first time since May, bitcoin gained early Tuesday as the world's largest cryptocurrency hopes to extend its recent rally in the face of another potential scandal.
“After the move we’ve seen it’s very difficult in the short term to be bullish,” Todd Colvin, analyst at Ambrosino Brothers, told CNBC’s “ Futures Now ” on Tuesday. More transparent and improved security, for example, could entice a risk-averse crowd, says Colvin. Hacks and security breaches are “the things that cause these bear markets, when you have these, 'Oops, somebody robbed my wallet off an exchange.' That caused the last big $1,000 decline we had,” he explained.
The cryptocurrency market finished a strong week on a positive note Friday, with most major currencies trading higher on the day. Here's a look at some of the headlines that were moving the cryptocurrency ...
Bitcoin prices rose to their highest point of $6,510 on Saturday, June 30. Bitcoin was trading at $6,367 as of 9:00 AM EST on July 2, and its RSI level was at 43. The market capitalization for bitcoin was at $109 billion.
All the top cryptocurrencies have been tumbling lower over the last 24 hours. Bitcoin was down 3.2% over the past day and trading at $5,913 as of 7:30 AM EST. Ethereum, XRP, Bitcoin Cash, and EOS also tumbled lower, by 4.2%, 4.7%, 5.4%, and 7%, respectively.
Commodity and forex trader and Factory Trading founder Peter Brandt joined PreMarket Prep on Wednesday to discuss a number of topics, including tariffs, interest rates, crude oil, bitcoin and gold. Most commodity prices have been hit hard thanks to the international trade war, and Brandt said President Trump needs to remember in which states his supporters live or he could be in trouble. “You take a look at where corn and wheat and beans are grown, and it’s states that were won by Trump,” Brandt said.
Bitcoin was marginally lower, by 0.50%, and trading at $6,074 as of 9:30 AM EST. Ethereum was marginally higher, by 0.35%, at $434.2. Ripple and Bitcoin Cash were 1.2% and 1.1% lower over the past 24 hours.
On Wednesday, at a conference called Crypto Evolved in New York on bitcoin and other digital coins, regulators and government enforcement agents talked about their role in policing the growing industry. It was clear that digital coins continue to be used for illicit activities, even as more institutional investors have begun trading them like traditional securities. At last check, the Federal Bureau of Investigation had 130 investigations connected to virtual currency, supervisory special agent Kyle Armstrong told the crowd.
Bitcoin (GBTC) seems to have found some support level to stay above $6,000. The volatility in Bitcoin remained close to 62%, and its RSI (relative strength index), which measures the relative overbought or underbought situation in the asset, was at 33.6. Bitcoin Cash fell 5.3% and was at $704.6.
The cryptocurrency market struggled again on Tuesday, with most major cryptocurrencies trading lower by more than 2 percent on the day. Here’s a look at some of the headlines that were moving the cryptocurrency ...
After a rough few weeks, the cryptocurrency market was solid on Monday, with most major cryptocurrencies trading slightly higher on the day. Here’s a look at some of the headlines that were moving the ...
Bitcoin fell 20% in the last month and 7% in the last week. Bitcoin was trading at $6,230 on June 25 as of 7:30 AM EST. Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, and EOS have risen 5.1%, 4.8%, 5.2%, 10.9%, and 12.8%, respectively, in the same period.
HollyFrontier, Culp, CME Group, Riot Blockchain and Bitcoin Investment Trust highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
The cryptocurrency market finished yet another week on a low note Friday, with most major cryptocurrencies trading down more than 8 percent on the day. Here’s a look at some of the headlines that were ...
As a result, the concept of bitcoin stocks, or companies that indirectly benefit from the rising bitcoin price, became popular. Browse the internet on this topic, and you’ll inevitably find financial analysts urging their readers to invest in bitcoin’s underlying blockchain technology, not in bitcoin itself. Imagine if an analyst told you to avoid Ford (NYSE:F) — or any other automaker — but to instead “invest in cars.” Those who advocate buying blockchain and not bitcoin are speaking words, but not really saying anything at all.
The price of bitcoin and most other major cryptocurrencies dropped sharply on Friday after financial regulators in Japan ordered several crypto exchanges to improve their anti-money laundering practices, adding to long-standing fears that government crackdowns could hurt the market. In response to the mandate from Japan’s Financial Services Agency, bitFlyer—the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the country—suspended the creation of new accounts while it improves its practices. “Our management and all employees are united in our understanding of how serious these issues are, as well as how serious we are in responding to them going forward,” bitFlyer said in a statement.
The price of bitcoin and most other major cryptocurrencies dropped sharply on Friday after financial regulators in Japan ordered several crypto exchanges to improve their anti-money laundering practices, adding to long-standing fears that government crackdowns could hurt the market.