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Is it Time For a Twitter Rebound?
Sean Udall, the Tech Stock Strategist, recently took a crack at deciphering the unpredictable trading action in Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) in 2017. Twitter shares have been as high as $25.25 and as low as $14.12 and everywhere in between in the past year on flurries of buyout rumors, fleeting signs of a return to growth, disappointing earnings numbers and other headlines. According to Udall,
Bill Gates Made His Biggest Charity Donation in More Than a Decade
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Bill Gates - who is has  usurped Jeff Bezos to reclaim the distinction as the richest person in the world - donated 64 million shares of Microsoft to his foundation in June that is worth $4.68 billion based on current share prices, the Wall Street Journal reports. The billionaire's donation to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation marks his biggest to the
CEOs Are Jumping Ship From Trump's Manufacturing Council Following Charlottesville Backlash
President Trump was roundly criticized by both Democrats and Republicans for his muted response to the violence over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia - especially for blaming "many sides"and not rebuking the white supremacists at the center of the unrest. And now the backlash against the president has spread to the corporate world, with several big-name CEOs announcing they have quit the White
Traders Have Been All Over These Tech ETFs
The technology sector, the largest sector allocation and best-petforming group in the S&P 500, remains beloved by investors this year. Exchange traded funds (ETFs) dedicated to technology have been luring investorsthanks to seemingly relentless surges in share prices of technology titans, such as Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG). Enthusiasm for technology ETFs has, predictably, made its way to the leveraged offerings tracking the
China Leads Emerging Asia to Greater Role in Capital Markets
Investors absorbed by the latest Chinese currency move may be losing sight of the big picture: China and the entire emerging Asian region are gradually being integrated into global capital markets. Over the next 12 to 24 months, we expect that Asia, led by China, will become a far more significant part of the global capital markets – and global
Three Ways You're Turning Away Potential Job Candidates Before They Even Apply
Lifestyle
Most people don’t enjoy looking for a new job. In fact, 73% of people say that the job-search process is one of the most stressful things in life, according to a study by CareerBuilder. Yet 87% of workers are open to learning about new job opportunities, according to LinkedIn. If it takes a long time to fill a vacancy in your company,
Bitcoin Surges Past $4,000 For the First Time
FinTech
About a week after moving some data off its main network in an effort to speed up transaction times, Bitcoin has surged past $4,000 for the first time, Bloomberg reports. The crypocurrency peaked at $4,298 on Monday, Bloomberg notes, representing a 20 percent gain since Friday. Bitcoin had been plagued by a split between developers and miners on the future of
Josh Brown on Charlottesville: 'We Will Win. They Will Lose.'
Lifestyle
The violence and unrest that unfurled in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend after white supremacists and Neo-Nazis staged a rally in the college town was, for many Americans, another disturbing sign that far-right fringe groups have become emboldened since President Trump took office this year. Josh Brown, CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management and a CNBC contributor, addressed this weekend's violence in Charlottesville -
Millennials Like These ETFs
As has been widely documented, exchange-traded funds are on a torrid pace of asset gathering this year. Through the first seven months of 2017, U.S.-listed ETFs added $191 billion in new assets, easily positioning the asset class to topple the inflows record set in 2016. And as has been previously documented, millennials are big drivers of ETF growth. Data suggest
AIM: The Institutional-Level Hedge Fund Mobile App That VCs Are Checking Out
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Andrew Work from NexChange talks to Jenna Lee & Sean Ham, founders of AIM, at Startupbootcamp in Hong Kong 2017. AIM allows users in Korea to make trades and investments via their smartphone. Transcript: NEXCHANGE: Hi, I'm Andrew Work with NexChange and we are at the Startupbootcamp in Hong Kong. This is part of their four city demo day tour