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The mainstream media is comparing Bitcoin to the “Tulip Mania” of the 17th century, a famous speculative bubble of tulip prices. But Bitcoin is not in a price bubble…

During Tulip Mania, tulips would soar to such astronomical value that 10 tulip bulbs could buy a mansion. Prices eventually collapsed in 1637, making the flower worthless and creating a lesson for all speculative investors. That’s what the media wants you to believe, at least.

But appearing on the “Glenn Beck Program” on Dec. 7, 2017, Litecoin creator Charlie Lee says comparing Bitcoin’s price surge to Tulip Mania is wrong.

“You can’t compare it to the tulip bubble because there’s actually real value in Bitcoin,” Lee said on the program.

online share trading: AquaVenture Holdings Limited (WAAS)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Jim Robertson]

    There were six IPOs scheduled for this week (five yesterday and one today) with small cap Aquaventure Holdings LLC (NYSE: WAAS) appearing set to end the week with shares above their IPO debut price. AquaVenture Holdings is a global leader in water purification solutions and a pioneer in providing Water-as-a-Service (WAAS), generating recurring revenue from the deployment of advanced water filtration, sanitization, purification and desalination technologies. Through its subsidiaries,the Companyserves over 40,000 customers and delivers seven billion gallons of clean water each year.

online share trading: iShares US Regional Banks (IAT)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Keith Fitz-Gerald]

    If you’re not comfortable with a single stock, I understand. In that case, consider a regional banking ETF like iShares U.S. Regional Banks ETF (NYSEArca:IAT), which holds positions in 54 regional banks around the country. You won’t get quite the pop of an individual acquisition but, chances are, you won’t lose out either.

online share trading: iAnthus Capital Holdings, Inc. (ITHUF)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Javier Hasse]

    Over the past few weeks, Benzinga has been sharing interviews with the top venture capital and investment firms operating in the cannabis industry. Among those focused on ancillary businesses that do not touch the plant, we profiled Snoop Dogg’s Casa Verde and Arcview Group partner, CanopyBoulder. Among those willing to get involved in plant-touching ventures, we presented MJIC, which claims it intends to become the “Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) of weed,” and iAnthus Capital Holdings Inc (CNSX: IAN) (OTC: ITHUF), which raises capital for U.S.-based marijuana companies in Canadian capital markets.

  • [By Javier Hasse]

    Earlier this month, cannabis-focused financing and advisory firm iAnthus Capital Holdings Inc (CNSX: IAN) (OTC: ITHUF) announced it acquired Westchester-based Valley Agriceuticals, LLC, gaining access to New York’s nascent cannabis market.

  • [By Javier Hasse]

    The Green Solution received a $7.5 million loan facility from iAnthus Capital Holdings Inc (OTC: ITHUF).

    “This was also to accelerate expansion within Colorado and going into other states nation-wide.”

    Valens Groworks Corp (CNSX: VGW), a Canadian post-inspection applicant for cannabis cultivation and processing, raised C$500,000 ($381,431) under a convertible note to meet acquisition and expansion obligations.

online share trading: Transcananda Pipelines Ltd.(TRP)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Matthew DiLallo]

    Energy infrastructure companies ONEOK (NYSE:OKE) and TransCanada (NYSE:TRP) are both emerging from the energy market downturn as stronger entities. Each made smart acquisitions, with TransCanada buying U.S. gas pipeline company Columbia Pipeline Group, while ONEOK is in the process of gobbling up its MLP,ONEOK Partners (NYSE:OKS). While these deals enhanced the growth profiles of both companies, TransCanada still stands out as the better buy for long-term income investors. Here’s why.

  • [By Paul Ausick]

    That includes pipeline companies like Kinder Morgan Inc. (NYSE: KMI), which already operates a pipeline transporting natural gas from Texas into Mexico, and master limited partnerships (MLPs) Energy Transfer Partners L.P. (NYSE: ETP) and TransCanada Corp. (NYSE: TRP), the company that has (so far) failed to get U.S. approval for its Keystone Pipeline expansion from Canada’s oil sands across the U.S. border.

  • [By Matthew DiLallo]

    After a series of setbacks in its attempts to build new oil pipelines, Canadian pipeline giant TransCanada (NYSE:TRP) completed a transformation transaction to acquire U.S. natural gas pipeline company Columbia Pipeline Group for $13 billion, which includes the assumption of debt. The key to that deal was that it increased the combined company’s near-term project pipeline to 23 billion Canadian dollars, which supports TransCanada’s ability to increase its dividend by 8% to 10% annually through 2020. After completing that deal, TransCanada made a bid to acquire all of the outstanding units that it did not own of affiliated MLP Columbia Pipeline Partners (NYSE:CPPL) in a transaction valued at $915 million. These acquisitions solidified TransCanada’s natural gas pipeline growth ambitions, enabling it to diversify away from oil pipelines.

online share trading: ImmunoCellular Therapeutics, Ltd.(IMUC)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Paul Ausick]

    ImmunoCellular Therapeutics Ltd. (NYSEMKT: IMUC) posted a new 52-week low of $0.48 on Tuesday, down nearly 61% compared with Monday’s closing price of $1.22. Volume totaled around 7.3 million shares, nearly 25 times the daily average. The company had no specific news Tuesday. The company price an offering of 5,000 preferred stock and warrants to purchase another 9,000 shares of preferred stock a $1,000 per share to raise approximately $5 million.

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