Month: June 2022

As a well-informed investor, you naturally want to know the expected return of your portfolio—its anticipated performance and the overall profit or loss it’s racking up. Expected return is just that: expected. It is not guaranteed, as it is based on historical returns and used to generate expectations, but it is not a prediction. The
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Meta Platforms (META), the tech giant formerly known as Facebook, made a surprising recovery after releasing its earnings report in April, sending its shares up 13%. Unfortunately, the stock has plummeted by more than 55% from last year’s trillion-dollar peak. Despite this, I am bullish on META stock. Its first-quarter earnings showed a recovery in
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Sharing is Caring! Sounds like insurrection to me — Styxhexenhammer666 (@Styx666Official) June 24, 2022 Radical-Leftist Maxine Waters says “to hell with the Supreme Court, we will defy them!” Sounds very insurrectiony for a member of Congress. pic.twitter.com/hqkpbpFXyP — ForAmerica (@ForAmerica) June 24, 2022 SOUNDS RATHER INSURRECTION-Y: Parkland shooting survivor Cameron Kasky urges followers to ‘go to
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On June 27, Coinbase Derivatives Exchange (formerly Fairx exchange) announced it will launch its first crypto derivatives investment vehicle pegged to the value of 1/100th of a bitcoin. The new “nano bitcoin futures” product will be listed under the ticker “BIT.” Coinbase derivatives are regulated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Coinbase Introduces BIT,
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The American Securities Association Friday sent a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission outlining its opposition to changes to the post-trade reporting window for the municipal securities market. ASA’sletter targets a potential SEC move that would require all muni bond trades be reported to the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board within one minute of being
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With complex questions about how wealth managers can boost Black representation among financial advisors and executives, Raymond James may have at least one answer. That’s because Philadelphia area complex manager Tony Barrett and Maryland financial advisor Kaon Nelson created the firm’s Black Financial Advisors Network in 2013 with the support of CEO Paul Reilly and
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Historic Glyndon is an unincorporated gem in Maryland’s Baltimore County. Part Baltimore suburb and part bucolic countryside, the village itself is filled with Victorian homes and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The turn-of-the-20th-century community started as a summer resort. The two-story farmhouse has nearly 9,000 square feet of living space. Long &
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A Namibian university is set to offer a master’s degree in blockchain technology starting in the year 2024, a senior employee with the institution has said. The university is already “infusing” blockchain technology-based content into its level 8 programs. ‘Blockchain Is the Future’ A Namibian higher learning institution, the University of Namibia (UNAM), is set
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What estate documents do you really need to have? Here’s a list and explanation of each. If you’re missing anything or not certain what you have or whether you need more, call your estate attorney, and follow up. If you don’t have an estate attorney, ask your CPA or wealth adviser for a referral. Whether
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Municipals outperformed moves in U.S. Treasuries Thursday, playing catch up to taxables’ massive flight-to-safety rally that hit Wednesday, while equities ended in the black. Municipal triple-A yield curves saw up to 10 basis point bumps on the long end while UST saw yields fall four to eight basis points. Muni-UST ratios on Thursday were at
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Even stocks that had previously held up or remained strong now seem to be showing signs of topping and breaking down… by Chris Vermeulen of The Technical Traders Market trends continue to drop due to investor concerns about geopolitical events, record inflation, rising interest rates, slowing housing, plummeting auto sales, increasing retail inventories, expanding consumer
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Foreclosure is the process that allows a lender to recover the amount owed on a defaulted loan by selling or taking ownership of the property. Although the foreclosure process varies by state, there are six common phases of a foreclosure procedure. Key Takeaways Foreclosure occurs when a lender seeks to seize the property used as
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