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Analysts Mostly Shrug Their Shoulders as Bitcoin Rises Above $4k
There was a time during those heady days of 2017 when one could expect would be breathless coverage around every Bitcoin surge (including right here on this site), but as crypto investors continue to lick their wounds from last year's brutal crash in the market, it's apparently going to take more than modest price movements to get people excited. So,
What the Pros Are Saying After Apple's 'Darkest Day'
Wedbush's Dan Ives said in a Thursday note Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL)'s "jaw-dropping" guidance revision represents the "darkest day" in the company's history. Here's what some experts are saying as the dust begins to settle. Cramer: Chinese Government Deserves Blame One of the more overlooked aspects of Apple's performance in China is the fact that the communist government doesn't want its people to
More Activist Campaigns in Europe and Asia to Prevail
It’s customary to start the year with a look ahead, or at least an indication of what we’ll be looking out for. Think I’m missing something? Hit reply to let me know. rawpixel / Pixabay The first question for 2019 is around volume. Volatility sets an expectation that 2019 will be a busy one; stocks are suddenly cheaper, allowing for
Central Bankers’ Fiscal Constraints
With policy interest rates near zero in most advanced economies (and just above 2% even in the fast-growing US), there is little room for monetary policy to maneuver in a recession without considerable creativity. But those who think fiscal policy alone will save the day are stupefyingly naive. CAMBRIDGE – If you ask most central bankers around the world what
Michael Novogratz isn't Giving Up on His Crypto Dream
While suffering a $76-million quarterly loss might be enough for a lot of investors to fold, one thing 2018 taught us is that the cryptocurrency market is not for the faint of heart. And so, despite the $76.65 million loss Galaxy Digital Holdings suffered in the third quarter of 2018 - and  $136 million in total trading losses through December
RBC's Mahaney: Tech 'Reckoning' Already Occurred
Should investors look at Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL)'s guidance warning as a sign that the broader tech sector will tumble? That "reckoning" has already taken place, according to RBC Capital Markets' Mark Mahaney. What Happened Speaking as a guest on "Bloomberg Technology" Thursday, Mahaney said tech stocks have already sold off over the past few months, adding that some big tech
Bitcoin Blockchain – Experts Commentary on the 10th Anniversary
Today marks the 10th anniversary since Satoshi mined the first block – or genesis block – of the bitcoin blockchain. vjkombajn / Pixabay Please see comments below from several experts in the blockchain space – including representatives from Mysterium Network, Social Alpha Foundation, INVAO, DSTOQ, Zilliqa, Propy, Ambrosus, and Gibraltar Stock Exchange – who have provided their insight on the
The Ten Surprises of 2019
In September, this year looked like it was going to be one of the great years for the Ten Surprises. Oil was at $75 (West Texas Intermediate) and the S&P 500 was at 2,940. The Surprises had oil at $80 and the S&P at 3,000. The Ten Surprises are judged on whether they work out at some point during the
Report: Mary Meeker's New VC is Targeting a $1.25B Debut Fund
Mary Meeker's new venture capital firm now has a name; and it also has its sights set on a historic funding target. Meeker's new firm will be called Bond, as first reported by Axios, and it will be targeting a $1.25 billion debut fund with a hard cap of $1.5 billion. This would make Meeker the first woman to raise
7 Things That Are Killing Your Startup
“Time for a poll,” I say, standing at the front of the classroom. “How many of you think you’ll go to work in corporate America?” More than a dozen hands shoot up. And then, I ask, “Entrepreneurs? Who is going to start their own business?” One day a week, I step away from a consulting practice working with startups and