Month: February 2021

As tax season approaches, you may find yourself wondering what your options are for filing a tax return. There are a couple of items we must address first. When is the tax season? What information do you need to gather before you can file your taxes? Key Takeaways Tax season typically runs from early in
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US intelligence has concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved an operation in Turkey to “capture or kill” veteran journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The four-page report declassified by the Biden administration and released on Friday said the assessment was based on factors including Prince Mohammed’s “control of decision-making in the kingdom”. The report pointed
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By Guelda Voien Alden Global Capital has deployed millions since the start of the pandemic, including an offer last week to buy newspaper publisher Tribune Publishing — but the hedge fund manager has also allegedly been stiffing the landlord at its Manhattan headquarters on rent payments since last April, according to a complaint filed yesterday. Looking up
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A 177-year-old bank in Switzerland has enabled cryptocurrency trading within its services, with expectations to expand. Bordier & Cie SCmA added bitcoin and other cryptos to its list of services by partnering with a well-known domestic crypto player. Bordier Customers Can Also Buy and Hold Other Cryptos According to the announcement, the Swiss bank, founded
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Municipal new issue volume in February fell year-over-year as tax-exempts led the way down and refunding volume sank amid more new-money issuance. While issuance fell significantly from 2020, it was higher than January’s and only the fifth time in 35 years that volume exceeded $30 billion in February. Total volume fell 27.5% to $30.608 billion
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Since their introduction in 1993, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have exploded in popularity with investors looking for alternatives to mutual funds. Both institutions and individuals could see the benefit of these instruments—a basket of assets designed to track an index—that offered low management fees and higher intraday price visibility. But of course, no investment is perfect,
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An artist’s illustration of the difference in size between the company’s Terran 1 rocket, to the left, and the planned Terran R rocket. Relativity Space Relativity Space, the 3D-printing rocket builder, is making another big bet: Developing a fully reusable rocket, designed to match the power and capability of SpaceX’s workhorse Falcon 9 rockets. Called
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Some of Britain’s most promising tech businesses are considering stock market listings in the US, amplifying the pressure on the UK to change listing rules at a time when ministers are keen to show an ambitious strategy for the City after Brexit. UK tech businesses, including used car site Cazoo and health app Babylon, are
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Matt Avital is the Principal & Founder of Ascenda Capital, located in Los Angeles, CA.  getty Build-to-rent (BTR) is a relatively new asset class that has been quietly gaining traction among both boutique and institutional investors. This exciting new asset class is exactly what it sounds like: a community of high-quality detached single-family rental properties rife
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Municipal bond yields continued their ascent, following U.S. Treasuries higher, as markets adjust to rising rates and an improving economy that created an environment in which stocks sold off not because of economic uncertainty but stabilization. The atypical relationship — falling stocks and rising USTs — is likely temporary as global markets essentially recalibrate, moving
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We could experience a short squeeze in the coming months. If we see a good move higher, that would probably be an excellent… Chris Vermeulen on Palisades Gold Radio Tom welcomes Chris, founder of Technical Traders, back to the show. Chris explains his sector trading strategy and their approach to determining which sector and stocks
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