Casino stocks with exposure to Macao took a nosedive on Tuesday after a few announcements from the government. One was that COVID-19 cases are on the rise in the Chinese province of Fujian and that could result in fewer visitors to Macao. More concerning is potential government r
A highly anticipated NFT project will become available to the public in the coming weeks on the Ethereum (CRYPTO: ETH) platform from one of the artists behind the Bored Ape Yacht Club.
What Happened: The digital artist known as Migwashere is launching a new NFT club called the Sneaky Vampire Syndicate. The project will mint 8,888 NFTs over the coming weeks, according to Decrypt.
The Vampire NFTs feature cartoon portraits, distributed as tokens using the Non-Fungible Token Standard (ERC-721) on the Ethereum blockchain. They will be available at a cost of 0.08 ETH each, or....More>>>
The crypto market took some massive hits this week, mirroring action weve seen in the stock market.
On Tuesday 99% of the top 100 coins by market cap were in the red.
Stories about banks cutting off services to companies and individuals who work with crypto, shutting down their bank accounts, turning off their crypto-loaded credit cards, shutting down their merchant accounts and even freezing their assets have sent coin values spiraling.
I know a lot of you are concerned about the state of the crypto market.
Following past boom/bust cycles, the oil business appears to have bottomed in February 2016 at $27 a barrel. The bruising multi-year bust in crude oil prices was the biggest reason for the world stock market sell-off from late 2015 to early 2016 of roughly 15% overall. The cruel irony of ultra-low prices is its disruptive effect on regular exploration activity. A short-term oil market depression in expectations disproportionately slashes oil drilling activity. Oil exploration budgets for 2017 are down 65% from 2014 and the smallest in 12 years, DESPITE a record estimate for global demand next....More>>>
That’s not an easy question to answer. There are plenty of great stocks on the market. Some are undervalued and shouldn’t stay that way for too much longer. Some continue to soar with no signs of slowing down. Some are simply excellent businesses to own for the long term.
I think Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) falls into the last category. After weighing all factors, I chose Google’s parent as my top stock to buy in July. Here’s why.
Stocks fell Tuesday as investors weighed the highly contagious delta variant's impact on the economic recovery, a tumble in U.S. retail sales in July and a same-store-sales miss by Home Depot (HD) - Get Report.
Jim Cramer and TheStreet Senior Portfolio Analyst Jeff Marks d
Investors don't necessarily think about the supply chain when they're looking at potential stocks. But supply chain shortages could slow down an otherwise high-growth stock, and there's always a dance between a retailer and its suppliers to get the right mix of products when they're needed.
Amazon (AMZN) - Get Amazon.com, Inc. Report is reportedly prepping to launch its own TV. Given Amazon’s position in the streaming world — through its Prime Video service and Fire TV products — it has an obvious negative implication for Roku (ROKU) - Ge