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By Leslie Hunter-Gadsden, Next Avenue A phone call in the pandemic led to big things for filmmaker Roberto Mighty Roberto Mighty It is often said that timing is everything. Boston filmmaker and multimedia artist Roberto Mighty, 66, certainly found that out one day in March 2020 shortly before the coronavirus pandemic reached epic proportions in
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S&P Global Ratings lifted its outlook for Detroit to stable from negative ahead of a $175 million general obligation bond sale.Bloomberg News Detroit heads into the bond market in early February with a rating outlook boost as the speculative-grade city makes the case that it is capably managing the fiscal blows of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Subscribe to Kitco Roundtable on iTunes Even with gold’s recent falter heading into winter and its current range-bound price, Gran Colombia Gold (TSX: GCM) Executive Chairman Serafino Iacono said gold at the $1,800 to $1,900 level has a lot of advantages. On Friday Iacono recorded Kitco Roundtable podcast with correspondent Paul Harris, editor Neils Christensen
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The international currency of choice, the US Dollar, is steady and unwavering, as if nothing will move it… by  J. Johnson via JS Mineset Great and Wonderful Friday Morning Folks,       We start the day with a precious metal pullback with Gold down $14.70 with the April contract at $1,854.60, recovering from the London low
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by Dana Lyons Stock exposure among active managers is nearly at all-time highs. The latest numbers from the NAAIM Investment Exposure survey are out. As a refresher, NAAIM stands for the National Association of Active Investment Managers. These are folks who adjust their investment exposure based upon market risk and their level of bullishness or bearishness.
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When your child is in high school, you’re likely to hear college counselors talking about the magical wonders of college scholarships, also known as grants. You may start to notice stories in the media about college freshmen who won thousands of dollars in scholarship money. All that can make it sound like it’s not that
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Canada’s energy minister said the country must “respect” Joe Biden’s decision to scrap the controversial Keystone XL pipeline and dismissed calls from provincial politicians to pursue punitive measures against the US. “This was a significant campaign promise by candidate Biden. It is one that he has kept as President Biden,” said Seamus O’Regan, the natural
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FINRA is examining brokers who received a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program, a federal government program intended to provide relief to small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. In a letter obtained by Financial Planning, the regulator’s National Cause and Financial Crimes Detection Programs says the purpose of the examination is to determine whether
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181 Fremont is the West Coast’s tallest ultra-luxury residential tower Bernard Andre Los Angeles and San Francisco condominiums deliver luxury five-star living for today’s buyers.  As the market continues to pivot due to COVID luxury and ultra-luxury condominium living is alive and well in California. West Coast head of Compass Development Marketing Group, Sandra Eaton
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The exchange-traded fund provider, Vaneck has filed for a Digital Asset ETF, which aims to hold equity in companies that generate revenue from cryptocurrency services. The latest ETF filing is different from the fund Vaneck applied for in mid-December, as it aims to bring investors exposure to the cryptocurrency industry. Last December, the asset manager,
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By Richard Eisenberg, Next Avenue Managing Editor getty Before you close the book on your 2021 New Year’s resolutions, I’d like to share three that you might want to boost your investment income in retirement. They’re from the latest episode of the “Friends Talk Money” podcast I co-host with personal finance syndicated columnist Terry Savage
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Uncle Joe has spoken, and the US Treasury Department says that Americans are “entitled” to direct payments. Here’s what comes next… (by Half Dollar) No charts today. I’m exhausted. I mean, isn’t it amazing how much more draining it can be to say nothing than to say what you want? Wow! That said, here’s something
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by Martin Armstrong QUESTION: In your opinion, how serious is the idea of taxing unrealized capital gains? That would sure make the decision a lot clearer for big money on where to park. 3% in China sure beats big taxes in the Dow. Unless big money doesn’t trust China. DS ANSWER: I seriously doubt that they
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Turnover and Mutual Fund Quality Mutual fund turnover is calculated as the value of all transactions (buying, selling) divided by two, then divided by a fund’s total holdings. Essentially, mutual fund turnover typically measures the replacement of holdings in a mutual fund and is commonly presented to investors as a percentage over a one year period.
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Brussels is resisting a push by some EU member states for the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine to be delivered before it receives authorisation from the bloc’s medical regulator, as officials raise questions about the legal implications.  Four countries — Austria, the Czech Republic, Denmark and Greece — wrote to the European Council president Charles Michel this
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