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Editing Reality with Anjney Midha (Ubiquity6) | Disrupt SF 2018

Ubiquity6 is still in its early stages, but the technology is right on time. As AR/VR finally pick up traction, we’ll discuss with Midha how Ubiquity6 can have an impact.

  • New Tax Brackets for 2019
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    The Fiscal Times

    New Tax Brackets for 2019

    The IRS released its inflation adjustments for the 2019 tax year this week, which include new brackets and limits on deductions and exemptions. A few highlights: The standard deduction for single filers in 2019 will be $12,200 (up from $12,000 in 2018

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    Fox Business

    Why hasn't the $1.5 billion Mega Millions winner claimed the prize?

    Three weeks after someone hit the biggest Mega Millions jackpot in history, the winner has still not stepped forward to claim their prize, according to South Carolina lottery officials – and there might be a strategy behind the move. “I’m actually not surprised at all that it’s taking them some time to claim the prize,” Michael A. Silver, a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley, said on Wednesday. The winning ticket, which was sold in a KC Mart in the South Carolina town of Simpsonville, is worth about $1.5 billion in annual installments over three decades, or an $877 million lump-sum cash package.

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    Fox Business

    Thinking about retiring? These states don't have an income tax

    Recent studies have found that Americans are becoming increasingly concerned that they will outlive their savings, with more than 30 percent of Americans expecting that they will need more than $1 million in retirement, according to NerdWallet. For those looking to maximize their retirement income by minimizing their taxes, here are the seven states without an individual income tax. Despite its cold climate, Alaska offers some of the best benefits and services to retirees.

  • JPMorgan CEO's bold economic prediction for 2019
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    Fox Business Videos

    JPMorgan CEO's bold economic prediction for 2019

    UBS Senior Vice President of Investments Jim Lacamp on JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's comments on the economy.

  • See Who Will Be Paying More in Taxes Next Year — It Might Be You
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    GoBankingRates

    See Who Will Be Paying More in Taxes Next Year — It Might Be You

    President Donald Trump and the GOP’s tax law made big changes to tax requirements. Homeowners and the self-employed are among the biggest losers, a TaxAudit review revealed. Many taxpayers will likely be in for a surprise when they file their tax returns in the spring and discover that Trump’s tax cut isn’t helping them.

  • CNBC’s Jim Cramer says stock market is in ‘a very serious correction’ — and there’s nowhere to hide
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    MarketWatch

    CNBC’s Jim Cramer says stock market is in ‘a very serious correction’ — and there’s nowhere to hide

    Jim Cramer, CNBC’s “Mad Money” host and a prominent fixture among market commentators, on Monday said the market is enduring “a very serious correction,” underscored by the fact that there are few fundamental reasons for the market’s current downtrend. During CNBC’s “Halftime Report,” Cramer said notable is a slump in shares of so-called FANG names — the highflying quartet of Facebook Inc. (FB) Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) Netflix Inc. (NFLX)and Google parent Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL)(GOOG) that are among the most influential on Wall Street due to their massive market values and the degree by which investors have piled into those investments for hope of consistent growth. All of those companies are in a corrective phase, defined as a drop of at least 10% from a recent peak, and Netflix and Facebook shares have shed around a third of their values since hitting 52-week peaks.

  • 3 Stocks Billionaire Warren Buffett Bought in Q3 (and 2 He Dumped)
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    Insider Monkey

    3 Stocks Billionaire Warren Buffett Bought in Q3 (and 2 He Dumped)

    The latest stock moves made by billionaire investing legend Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway have been revealed through his holding company's 13F filing this week with the SEC. Buffett, whose personal fortune is estimated by Forbes to be $89.9 billion

  • Melania Trump Spent $174,000 on Hotels During a Trip to Canada. She Didn't Stay Overnight
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    Fortune

    Melania Trump Spent $174,000 on Hotels During a Trip to Canada. She Didn't Stay Overnight

    During a day trip to Toronto last year, Melania Trump spent about $174,000 in hotel bills, Quartz reported. Trump’s schedule on Sept. 23, 2017, showed that the trip spanned about 12 hours: She arrived in Toronto around noon, met with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau around 6:30 p.m., and left just after midnight, Quartz reported.

  • Where Will Pfizer Inc. Be in 5 Years?
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    Motley Fool

    Where Will Pfizer Inc. Be in 5 Years?

    With a little momentum at the end of 2018, Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) could be headed for its best year yet in the 21st century. It's not that Pfizer's sales are soaring. Here's what Pfizer could look like five years from now.

  • 3 Top Defense Stocks to Watch in November
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    Motley Fool

    3 Top Defense Stocks to Watch in November

    The defense industry has had a nice run over the past couple of years thanks to investors bidding up these stocks in anticipation of higher military spending under Republican control of both the legislative and executive branches. The SPDR Aerospace & Defense ETF has more than doubled the performance of the S&P 500 over the past three years.

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    Benzinga

    Barron's Picks And Pans: Apple, Amgen, TreeHouse Foods And More

    This weekend's Barron's looks at some retailers that could be poised to thrive this holiday season. Other featured articles offer where to find bargains in energy stocks and selections from a noted stock picker.

  • Could Bank of America Corporation Be a Millionaire-Maker Stock?
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    Motley Fool

    Could Bank of America Corporation Be a Millionaire-Maker Stock?

    In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, the banking industry was persona non grata with the public, blamed -- and not unfairly so -- for playing a role in causing what would be the worst global recession in 80 years. In the half-decade following America's slow climb out of the depths of the crisis, no other American bank would pay more in fines, lawsuit settlements, or court penalties than Bank of America, which has paid more than $90 billion in damages and fines over the past decade. How bad of a bad actor was BofA?

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    CNBC

    Couple that saved $1 million to quit work in their 30s say this is the hardest part of retirement

    After a decade of saving and investing more than half of their income, Justin and Kaisorn McCurry quit their jobs and retired in their 30s. Now, the Raleigh, North Carolina, couple are living their best lives . The hardest part might be adapting to more alone time and less structure.

  • Millennials Are Disrupting Thanksgiving With Their Tiny Turkeys
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    Fortune

    Millennials Are Disrupting Thanksgiving With Their Tiny Turkeys

    Tiny turkeys will increasingly grace Thanksgiving tables next week, thanks to the millennial generation’s ongoing campaign to remake American gastronomy. “People are starting to understand it’s not natural to grow turkeys up to 30 pounds,” said Ariane Daguin, co-founder and owner of D’Artagnan LLC, a wholesale and e-commerce food company in Union, New Jersey. Bell & Evans is working with a breeder to make tiny turkeys that consumers will eat all year.

  • T-Mobile-Sprint deal could come in first quarter of next year, signaling shakeup for AT&T
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    American City Business Journals

    T-Mobile-Sprint deal could come in first quarter of next year, signaling shakeup for AT&T

    A T-Mobile U.S. executive signaled the tie-up with Sprint could be coming in a matter of months, giving AT&T a massive new rival as it tries to manage its own challenges. Chief Financial Officer J. Braxton Carter expressed confidence amid the regulatory review process for the merger during a discussion at a Morgan Stanley event in Barcelona. The deal could close in the first quarter, he said, noting the company has been providing documentation to the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission.

  • My Top 3 Favorite Clinical-Stage Biotech Stocks to Buy
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    Motley Fool

    My Top 3 Favorite Clinical-Stage Biotech Stocks to Buy

    The potential to develop blockbuster next-generation drugs that reshape patient treatment makes biotechnology stocks one of the most exciting industries for investors. While there are no guarantees for success, it can help to focus on companies with lots of financial firepower and drugs in late-stage studies or with proven mechanisms of action. It's for those reasons that Arena Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: ARNA), Acceleron Pharma (NASDAQ: XLRN), and bluebird bio (NASDAQ: BLUE) are my top stocks to buy in the industry right now.

  • Paul Tudor Jones Is Expecting A Bear Market, Yet Buying These Stocks
    Finance
    Insider Monkey

    Paul Tudor Jones Is Expecting A Bear Market, Yet Buying These Stocks

    Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones runs a $7 billion hedge fund, called Tudor Investment Corp. The fund has been fighting for years to bring the profits to its investors, and the current year is bringing a little bit of optimism, as it has gained 9% through October. In this article, we’ll take a look at Paul Tudor Jones’ top stock pick in the third quarter.

  • Cramer: Don't buy shares of Nvidia—the chipmaker is in th...
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    CNBC Videos

    Cramer: Don't buy shares of Nvidia—the chipmaker is in th...

    Jim Cramer tells investors to steer clear of Nvidia's stock as it hovers near its 52-week lows.

  • Four Ways GE’s Crisis Could Play Out
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    Bloomberg

    Four Ways GE’s Crisis Could Play Out

    The dramatic decline has left investors wondering about the worst-case scenario for the industrial icon. As new Chief Executive Officer Larry Culp tries his hand at a turnaround, the possibilities span everything from a prolonged fight for survival to a swift journey to the junkyard. Revenue growth and profit margins might suffer, but GE would have a shot at regaining a higher credit rating and reflating its dividend, winning back investors.

  • It’s Official: The 2019 Standard Deduction Is Getting Even Larger
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    Motley Fool

    It’s Official: The 2019 Standard Deduction Is Getting Even Larger

    The standard deduction nearly doubled in 2018 as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Although the personal exemption was eliminated, the combination of the higher standard deduction and the increased Child Tax Credit resulted in significant tax savings for many American families. Well, the IRS just announced its inflation-related adjustments for the 2019 tax year, and the standard deduction is going up a bit more.

  • 3 "Internet of Things" Stocks to Buy Right Now
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    Zacks

    3 "Internet of Things" Stocks to Buy Right Now

    Tech stocks have been volatile lately, but there are a number of new secular trends which investors are looking to remain exposed to in the long-term. Of these, easily the most exciting for certain semiconductor companies, gadget makers, and telecom firms is the Internet of Things. For those that don’t know, the Internet of Things is the growing world of interconnected household and industrial devices.

  • 2 Reasons Pot Stocks Could Plunge in January
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    Motley Fool

    2 Reasons Pot Stocks Could Plunge in January

    With just a little over six weeks left in 2018, investors will likely look back and proclaim this the "Year of Cannabis." So far this year we've witnessed Canada become the first industrialized country in the world to legalize recreational marijuana, and observed two additional U.S. states approve medical cannabis in midterm elections less than two weeks ago. Beyond just legalization, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved its very first cannabis-derived drug, and we've seen no shortage of Canadian-listed pot stocks making the move from the over-the-counter exchange to reputable U.S. exchanges (i.e., the Nasdaq and New York Stock Exchange). With so many milestones hit this year and over the past couple of years, it's not been hard for investors to get behind marijuana stocks.

  • Watch out for these 10 ‘retirement killers’
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    MarketWatch

    Watch out for these 10 ‘retirement killers’

    There are plenty of things that can ruin a person’s retirement plans — divorce, illness, job loss, overspending. A recent study has revealed for the first time the 10 biggest causes of financial regret among those who have retired or are near to retirement. The survey was conducted by researchers from the RAND Corporation and the Max Planck Institute in Munich, Germany.

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    U.S.News & World Report

    6 Tips for Do-It-Yourself Retirement Investors

    Investing in retirement is different than investing during your working years. Since you are counting on your assets for your retirement income, preserving your savings becomes more important than asset growth. This strategy adjustment can be a challenge for do-it-yourself retirement investors who have invested the same way for decades.

  • Here's Why 1 Analyst Thinks Netflix Stock Could Top $531
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    Motley Fool

    Here's Why 1 Analyst Thinks Netflix Stock Could Top $531

    The recent market decline has been particularly tough on tech stocks, and Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) has been no exception. Netflix original series "The Haunting of Hill House" is an unqualified hit. Matthew Harrigan with Buckingham Research Group gave Netflix a rare double-upgrade, raising the stock from underperform to buy and raising his price target from $349 to $406.