Month: January 2021

Oil is a commodity, and as such, it tends to see larger fluctuations in price than more stable investments, such as stocks and bonds. There are several influences on oil prices, a few of which we will outline below. Key Takeaways Oil prices are influenced by a variety of factors, particularly the decisions about output
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Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk Getty Images The two richest men on the planet are sparring in front of federal regulators over the massive satellite internet projects their companies are developing. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter on Tuesday, as his company works to persuade Federal Communications Commission officials that it should allow SpaceX
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Global stock markets rose on Tuesday, as investors cheered a strong corporate earnings season and banked on the US Federal Reserve reaffirming its loose monetary policy at its meeting this week. On Wall Street, the blue-chip S&P 500 index rose 0.1 per cent while the technology-focused Nasdaq Composite gained 0.3 per cent, after hitting a
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Quiet spaces for fitness and meditation are a strong wellness design trend. Photo Courtesy of Designer: Ana Cummings; Photographer: S. Dutchesen // Wellness by Design (Tiller Press) (c) J. Gold Wellness design was a strong and growing trend before Covid-19 reached our shores early last year, but it has exploded in popularity as the virus
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Greenspoon Marder LLP has named attorney Jeannette Bond of counsel as part of its public finance buildout. Bond, who works in New York, was previously special tax counsel for the public finance team at McCarter & English LLP until her recent retirement from that firm after more than 20 years as special counsel. Jeannette Bond
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  Vancouver, Canada – TheNewswire – January 26, 2021 – Medgold Resources Corp. (TSXV:MED)|(FRA:1XD) is pleased to announce the completion of a positive Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”) for the Barje gold deposit at its Tlamino Project, Serbia (“Barje”, “Tlamino”, the “Project”). The highlights of the PEA are as follows: – Based on simple open-pit mining
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Elizabeth Warren is looking forward to working with Yellen to “help our economy, small businesses, and families recover from this crisis”… (by Half Dollar) It’s official. Janet “Never-Another-Financial-Crisis-In-Our-Lifetimes” Yellen is now Treasury Secretary. Here’s how she got her nickname (video will begin playing at the correct timestamp): [embedded content] So here’s the question: If you
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Twitter has entered into a binding agreement to settle the shareholder derivative lawsuits that accused CEO Jack Dorsey and other executives of misleading shareholders about Twitter’s growth, while selling their own personal stock. The lawsuits were first filed in October 2016 by shareholder Jack Porter, and accused Dorsey and his colleagues of misrepresenting the growth
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by Michael Snyder Have you heard about H.R. 1?  If not, I would urge you to read the text of the bill immediately.  It is called the “For The People Act”, and you can find it right here.  The text of this bill specifically states that Congress has the “ultimate supervisory power over federal elections”, but
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Given the hundreds of indicators that are available to traders, finding the appropriate technical tools to use in day trading can be a difficult task. The good news is that the majority of indicators can be used in day trading simply by adjusting the number of time periods used in creating the indicator. Most traders
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UBS has pledged to return billions more to shareholders as surging income for the world’s super wealthy led to a sharp rise in profits in 2020, despite the global pandemic. The Swiss bank said on Tuesday that it intends to expand its plans to return capital to shareholders. It has proposed a dividend of $0.37
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According to research by Messari, the top three online brokerage firms in Japan are experiencing surging revenue from their cryptocurrency exchange services. In its Asian Crypto Landscape report, Messari noted the operating revenue and net worth of exchange platforms operated by Japan’s top securities brokers is quickly catching up to that of their crypto-native rivals.
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There are several routes that potential homeowners can choose to get information about real estate purchases. However, some of these sources may give outdated information. For first-time buyers, this misinformation can create some strange misconceptions about the process of purchasing. One of the most common areas that potential homeowners are typically misinformed about is down
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January’s big gold-stock volatility must be considered as a whole to be properly processed and gamed. The leading… by Adam Hamilton of Zeal LLC The gold miners’ stocks have had a wild ride this month, surging then plunging.  After hitting new upleg highs, the leading gold-stock benchmark collapsed in a sharp drawdown.  That gutted bullish sentiment,
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Should you call GameStop’s (GME) astounding run-up this month amazing, or ridiculous? Perhaps “amazingly ridiculous” is a reasonable compromise. From Jan. 4, the first trading day of the New Year, through Monday’s close, shares of this terminally ill mall-based retailer (Q3 sales — down 30% year-over-year) have shot up 345% in three short weeks. And
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