Though many cryptocurrency aficionados extol the decentralized nature of the asset class—a result of open and public blockchain transactions ledgers—for users of , and , the top three most popular digital tokens, as well as for numerous alt-currency peers, privacy is limited. However, the crypto-sphere provides for...
After rallying sharply this year, many high-growth stocks have experienced a sudden drop. This week alone, names like Shopify (NYSE:), Twilio (NYSE:) and Paycom (NYSE:) have already fallen by double digits, on no news whatsoever. Considering the industry’s robust growth outlook, the bloodbath doesn’t seem justified. In...
Reports Q1 2019 Earnings on Tuesday, April 23, before the market opens Revenue Expectation: $775.23M EPS: $0.15 For Twitter (NYSE:) investors, or even for those considering purchasing shares, the past year has been confusing. It's become difficult to form a clear picture about the social media stock's growth potential since the...
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Anyone who's ever tried to beat the market over a sustained period of time probably grimaced on reading the above title. They'll know from experience what a daunting task it is. Research shows that only about 1% of active traders actually manage to outperform the most popular reference...
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to renew his attack on the Fed over the weekend, blaming quantitative tightening for the stock market’s lack of continued record highs. The president claims stocks would be up to 10,000 points higher and would have topped 4 percent if the...
Real Estate (NYSE:) was the worst performing sector Friday, falling 1.1%, more than double the runner up, Industrials (NYSE:) (-0.5%). What’s odd about the sector’s underperformance is that recent data and monetary policy should be boosting the subindex to superior performance. Friday’s smashed expectations of 1.2% with a...
Let's face it. As the presidential election looms, we've all become political junkies. We've spent far too much time following each nuance of this strange election. Voting as a shareholder seems boring, civil, and straight-laced by comparison. Or is it? Voting as a citizen has much in common...