Friday, January 22, 2021

Commentary

Commentary on Emerging Growth stocks and the financial markets in general.

When Is the Best Time to Invest in Small-Cap Stocks?

Making confident investment choices can feel challenging because there are no universally right answers. However, you’ll be well on your way to making the decisions that are right for you by assessing your current situation and your long-term investment plans.After thoroughly considering those things and thinking about this overview, it’ll be easier for you to conclude whether now is the best time to put your attention towards small-caps.

Your Step-by-Step Guide to Investing in Australian Stocks

It’s a big world out there. While investors should maintain their core holdings in strong, U.S.-based companies with reasonable growth and earnings trajectories, the...

Your Week In Brief; I’m feeling Luckin

Most of us know the story of Luckin Coffee. In a nutshell, the company was supposed to be the Starbucks of China, giving the American coffee giant a run for its money on the Mainland. The Beijing-based company launched in 2017 and quickly grew its stores and pick-up locations to rival Starbucks (Nasdaq: SBUX) in China. The stock exploded in popularity. And then, it just exploded.

5 Ways to Instantly Withdraw Crypto

Cryptocurrency is well on its way to legitimacy with an ever-increasing number of users and applications. For all of its advantages, though, crypto isn't always the most convenient asset. Many stores don't accept crypto payments, so users must withdraw it as a fiat currency to complete transactions.

Your Week In Brief; Guns, Germs, and Zeal

Health insurer UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) rose 10%, while Cigna Corp (NYSE: CI) andAnthem Inc (NYSE: ANTM) jumped by double digits. These three stocks are solid buys for broad-sector exposure. But there is no healthcare company more perfectly positioned to benefit for what will be a long, dark winter of germs than Teledoc (NYSE: TDOC).

Your Week In Brief; The Summer of SPACs

"Do you remember the Summer of SPACs?" one day trader asks another after a brief argument over the importance of Apple's now 10th stock...

Your Week In Brief

We will get to cybersecurity stocks and how two main drivers, the rise in telecommuting amid the coronavirus and fear of cybercrime, are moving...

Your Week in a Brief; I have Debt

The real worry for many economists isn’t the debt on the books, which as discussed isn’t a problem so long as payments are manageable, but the “off-balance sheet liabilities,” which are spending commitments that fall outside of the promise to pay back borrowed money. The bulk of these commitments are Social Security, pension guarantees, Medicare, and Medicaid.

Your Week In Brief

Essential. Adjective: absolutely necessary; extremely important. Noun: a thing of absolute importance. It is a word we have heard quite a bit over the last few months. As Covid-19 cases...

Your Week In Brief

Barr. Bezos. Hearings. The Fed. Earnings. More earnings. Tweets from the president suggesting he will contest the election.  An overwhelming barrage of market-moving news this...

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