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Mark Cuban’s Crypto Loss Leads to Calls for Regulation

Billionaire investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban talked up certain cryptocurrencies this past week. Unfortunately for the Shark Tank star, the performance of one of his crypto holdings didn’t hold under pressure. Article continues below advertisement. Earlier in the week, Cuban posted an article on his blog in which...
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Elon Musk sends adult-themed crypto price ‘to the moon’ after tweeting explicit emoji

Elon Musk has caused the price of CumRocket to shoot up by nearly 400 per cent in just 10 minutes after he tweeted a series of emojis that appeared to reference the adult-themed cryptocurrency.The alternative crypto, which describes itself as “the leading 18+ NFT platform for adult creators”, rose from $0.06 to $0.28 on Saturday following the tech billionaire’s apparent endorsement.>> Follow all the latest price updates and predictions with The Independent’s live coverage of the crypto marketThe use of the splash and rocket emoji is commonly used by CumRocket’s fans online, while the inclusion of a moon emoji signified...
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Dogecoin Price Prediction: Should You Buy the Dip?

Recent weeks haven’t been great for Dogecoin (DOGE)—Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s favorite meme crypto. The so-called "joke currency" is down 10 percent in the past week and has dropped about 30 percent in the past month. Should you buy Dogecoin during the crash?. Article continues below advertisement. Dogecoin wasn’t meant...
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3 “Strong Buy” Stocks Under $10 With Over 100% Upside Potential

Buy low and sell high, we’ve all heard it before. For stock investors, if means finding an optimal combination of low point of entry and return potential. The trick is finding low-cost stocks that are fundamentally sound; share price always drops low for a reason, so you need to find stocks that are low for reasons that won’t press it down further.
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2 Dividend Stocks to Buy Hand Over Fist Right Now

Sure, stocks don't always deliver their strongest growth during the summer months. There's a reason why the old adage to "sell in May then go away" became well known, even if it isn't necessarily the best advice to follow. For income-seeking investors, though, any time is a good time to...

3 Stocks Near 52-Week Lows Worth Buying

With the major stock indices trading near record highs, more stocks are trading near their 52-week highs than near their 52-week lows. Roughly three out of five S&P 500 stocks are currently within 10% of their respective 52-week highs. A mere 13 stocks are within 10% of their 52-week lows.

Energy stocks roar toward their best year in three decades amid recovery in oil

It's six months into 2021, and energy stocks are already on pace for their best year in more than three decades, leading some to believe the run may be due for a pullback. The group pulled back on Thursday, but is still up more than 40% for the year, almost double the 23% return for the real estate sector, which is the second best sector. The S&P 500 is up nearly 12% for the year.
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Will Dogecoin go up or burst? Here are 700 million reasons its bubble will burst.

For more than a century, history has been pretty clear: Investing in the stock market has been one of the most effective ways to build wealth over time. Although we've seen assets like housing and commodities like gold have their day in the sun, they've not come close to matching the long-term total returns (including dividends) of the broader market.
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Have Cryptocurrencies Crashed? What’s a Crypto Flash Crash?

After immense gains and momentum from growing public adoption, seemingly every cryptocurrency was rising for much of 2020 and early 2021. But cryptocurrencies across the board have been struggling for over a month now. Article continues below advertisement. Cryptocurrencies' growing popularity drew attention to their volatility, cybercrime susceptibility, and lack...
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Stocks fall on prospect of Fed rate hikes in 2022

Stocks were broadly lower Friday after a Federal Reserve official said that the nation's central bank might need to raise interest rates as early as next year, sooner than the Fed's latest estimate of possible rate increases in 2023. The S&P 500 index fell 0.8% as of 1:12 p.m. EST....

Even Elon Musk can't save Dogecoin from crashing another 60%, analyst asserts

If one looks at Dogecoin (DOGE) charts from the point of view of a financial chartist, he/she will notice an alarming presence of a classic bearish structure. For instance, pseudonymous analyst Tyler Durden highlighted what appears to be a "Head and Shoulder" pattern. The trading structure forms when an asset forms three peaks atop the same support level. In doing so, its middle peak comes out to be higher than the other two.

Morgan Stanley upgrades Occidental on higher oil prices, predicts 40% gain

High oil prices and lower capital expenses should lead oil stocks to throw off cash, and investors should add a few winners from this sector, according to Morgan Stanley. While energy prices dipped on Thursday amid broad commodity weakness, the benchmark oil prices in the U.S. and Europe are still up about 80% over the past year. The industry has seen demand surge and reserves dwindle as economies reopen.
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Short Squeeze Stock to Buy – More Short Interest Than AMC

Today, we'll show you the next short squeeze stock to buy. It has even more short interest than AMC right now. Investors researching to uncover their own meme stocks may find hundreds of companies with a market cap of at least $100 million and short interest of 15% or more. But our Chief Investment Strategist, Shah Gilani, has done all the hard work for you.
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Bitcoin price news – live: Crypto struggles to bounce back as slump continues

Bitcoin dropped on Friday, disappointing the investors who had hoped that it was mounting a recovery.The price had continued to hover around $40,000, with some suggesting that it was readying for a “dead cat bounce” that could take it back comfortably above the milestone.But it dropped through Thursday evening and into Friday, with other leading cryptocurrencies also continuing to stall. Ethereum(ether), Cardano (ada) anddogecoin were all down, having surged in value alongside bitcoin at the start of the week.Market experts appear divided over whether the bounce back was part of a longer term bull market trend that will see...