The Kairi Relative Index is an old Japanese metric with unknown origins and waning popularity in the modern day due to more popular indicators such as Welles Wilder’s Relative Strength Index (RSI). Traders since the late 1970s have grown accustomed to newer, more modern indicators. Because Kairi has an unknown derivation and is used much less even in certain Japanese
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A major US fuel pipeline has been shut down after a ransomware attack on Friday, in an incident that underscores the vulnerabilities in America’s critical infrastructure. The Colonial Pipeline — the country’s largest conduit for refined products, transporting almost half of the fuel consumed on the East Coast — remained closed on Saturday after its
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by David Haggith  Is the inflation I’ve been writing about really all just transitory as Papa Powell claims it is? The Fed Head assures us he has this under control. Would that be just like Father Fed and friends had bank reserves under control right before the repo crisis blew up in late 2019? Or just
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Spacex and Tesla CEO Elon Musk sees dogecoin as his “private stimulus for the people” that represents “legit hope for people” hit by the coronavirus pandemic. While the price of dogecoin has been pumping alongside a number of other cryptocurrencies, Musk cautioned, “Cryptocurrency is promising, but please invest with caution.” Elon Musk Sees Dogecoin as
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Clutter is one thing. Lots of us have unneeded items in our homes. Books abound on how to de-clutter but these do not seem to apply to aging parents. It bothers the adult children when they see it and say something but the elders do not seem to want to change the situation. Or perhaps
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The latest step in Bank of America Merrill’s ongoing overhaul of its advisors’ technology is to digitize the account opening process. With its new collaborative onboarding experience, or COBE, Merrill advisors can open several new accounts simultaneously, across banking and wealth management, in a single, paperless workflow. Clients can verify information digitally, log on themselves
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The Roku 3 television streaming player menu is shown on a television in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013. Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg via Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.  Square – The payment company’s stock rose more than 6% after the company’s first-quarter earnings topped
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A recent ban imposed by the South Korean National Police Agency will bar particular officers from purchasing additional cryptocurrencies. The announcement coincides with a report revealing a heightened domestic availability of digital coins, in comparison to the global marketplace. South Korea to Penalize National Police Agency Officers Who Fail to Disclose Crypto Holdings Officers with
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Municipal triple-A benchmarks firmed Friday after a less-than-stellar employment report while a lackluster new-issue calendar awaits investors, with strong underlying technicals keeping rates low. Volume is estimated at $6.569 billion for the week of May 10, up from total sales of $1.840 billion the week of May 3. The supply-demand imbalance, solid fund inflows and
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In response to the very tight labor market as the economy opens back up to an unprecedented worker shortage… Greg Hunter gives the Weekly News Wrap-Up for Friday, May 7, 2021 Montana is the first state to cancel unemployment benefits.  It is in response to the very tight labor market as the economy opens back
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As with other relationship-driven businesses, every financial advisor faces the challenge of balancing the need to continuously grow their practice with attending to existing clients. The problem has become even more acute as basic financial advice, such as asset allocation and general stock picking, has grown more commoditized. In turn, this has increased fee pressures and lowered
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