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Warren Buffett could be dead wrong about selling these 3 stocks recently - here
Warren Buffett could be dead wrong about selling these 3 stocks recently - here's why they still have plenty of upside and might be worth buying

Buffett is dropping these blue chips. It might be time to pick them up.

Enerza is developing a robot named Boa that uses 5G to snake across power lines and report looming problems to utility companies
Enerza is developing a robot named Boa that uses 5G to snake across power lines and report looming problems to utility companies

As Boa gathers lidar data, low-latency 5G allows that data to be sent back to utility companies swiftly.

Twitter has stopped enforcing its COVID-19 misinformation policy in another change under Elon Musk
Twitter has stopped enforcing its COVID-19 misinformation policy in another change under Elon Musk's ownership

In yet another change around content moderation since Musk's takeover, Twitter is no longer enforcing its COVID-19 misleading information policy.

Should You Pause 401(k) Contributions in a Bear Market? Morningstar Compares Alternatives
Should You Pause 401(k) Contributions in a Bear Market? Morningstar Compares Alternatives

Morningstar recently compared the numbers on different scenarios for investors who may be thinking of pausing their 401(k) contributions. The result was not ...

Twitter has stopped enforcing its COVID-19 misinformation policy
Twitter has stopped enforcing its COVID-19 misinformation policy

Twitter says it has stopped enforcing its COVID-19 misinformation policy.

Jim Cramer Says Dow Jones Likely to Continue Outperforming; Here Are 3 Dow Stocks That Analysts Like
Jim Cramer Says Dow Jones Likely to Continue Outperforming; Here Are 3 Dow Stocks That Analysts Like

Of the 3 major indexes, the Dow Jones has suffered the least in 2022's bear, showing year-to-date losses of 7% against the S&P 500's 17% drop and the NASDAQ's far more extreme 29% decline. Jim Cramer, the well-known host of CNBC's 'Mad Money' program, believes that a big part of the blue-chip index's better display is down to it being crammed with more established old school names, and ones that are profitable, compared to the S&P's more mixed affair and the tech-heavy NASDAQ, which is home to m

Jeff Bezos
Jeff Bezos' Bet On Housing Slide - His Single-Family Rental Play Appears Well-Timed

It should be obvious that billionaires don't accumulate wealth by accident. Their success is predicated on observation and savvy investment, and a privileged...

Wait, What? Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel Says The Housing Market Is Going To Do This
Wait, What? Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel Says The Housing Market Is Going To Do This

Jeremy Siegel, a professor at Wharton, predicts that the housing market will see negative growth as a result of future Federal Reserve interest rate...

Elon Musk says he plans to publish
Elon Musk says he plans to publish 'the Twitter Files' about free speech suppression on the social-media platform

Elon Musk has recently taken aim at Apple, claiming the tech giant has mostly stopped advertising on Twitter.

Europe
Europe's plan to cap the price of Russian oil hits a wall as Poland reportedly insists on $30 a barrel

Poland, Lithuania and Estonia want a limit of $30 a barrel on Russian seaborne crude, putting the EU plan in deadlock just days away from the ban.

FTX owes more than $55,000 to Jimmy Buffett
FTX owes more than $55,000 to Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville beach resort in the Bahamas, bankruptcy filings show

Margaritaville, named after Jimmy Buffett's 1977 hit song, is Alameda's fourth-largest creditor in the bankruptcy case surrounding Sam Bankman-Fried.

Just one person remains on Twitter
Just one person remains on Twitter's Asia child safety team, report says, despite Elon Musk saying dealing with child abuse is his biggest priority

Twitter previously employed at least four people on its child safety team in APAC, Wired found on LinkedIn.

Elon Musk has waged war on Apple, claiming the tech giant "hates free speech"
Elon Musk has waged war on Apple, claiming the tech giant "hates free speech"

Twitter's new owner, Elon Musk, has hit out against Apple, suggesting the tech giant is threatening Twitter's presence in the App Store.

The Fed just crushed hopes of rate cuts anytime soon - and the US economy will suffer stagflation next year, a top strategist says
The Fed just crushed hopes of rate cuts anytime soon - and the US economy will suffer stagflation next year, a top strategist says

Barings' Christopher Smart predicts a toxic combination of stagnant economic growth and stubborn inflation in 2023.

Apple spends over $100 million advertising on Twitter annually, report says, amid Elon Musk
Apple spends over $100 million advertising on Twitter annually, report says, amid Elon Musk's growing criticism of the tech giant

Apple is one of Twitter's top advertisers, and spent $48 million on ads in the first quarter of this year.

Twitter employees are calling Elon Musk
Twitter employees are calling Elon Musk's plans to reinstate banned accounts 'the Big Bang'

Twitter staff are skeptical about Elon Musk's plans to reinstate thousands of accounts, which they learned about via Twitter, Platformer reported.

Why it
Why it's time for borrowers to accept the new normal of higher rates and plan accordingly

Interest rate normalization is causing the cost of debt to go up - and likely stay up

The weird, worrisome mystery behind America
The weird, worrisome mystery behind America's plague of purple streetlights

Streetlights in a bunch of major cities are turning purple. Is it just a fluke - or a warning of the chaos to come?

Former senior execs say Elon Musk
Former senior execs say Elon Musk's Boring Company is struggling to retain staff amid culture of long working hours

Employees leaving The Boring Company include engineers and other staff in technical roles, former senior executives told the WSJ.

No respite for Credit Suisse as investors dump rights in $2.3 billion cash call
No respite for Credit Suisse as investors dump rights in $2.3 billion cash call

MILAN (Reuters) -Shares in Credit Suisse tumbled to another lifetime low below 3 Swiss francs on Tuesday as investors dumped rights to subscribe to new shares in the loss-making lender. The rights offering, which is part of a broader capital raise worth 4 billion francs, is intended to help fund the bank's turnaround plan, an attempt to recover from the biggest crisis in its 166-year history. The offering, which is guaranteed by a group of banks, will raise as much as 2.24 billion Swiss francs ($2.3 billion) and follows a 1.76 billion-franc share placement where Saudi National Bank took a 9.9% shareholding in Credit Suisse.

Elon Musk backed by Fortnite maker in battle against
Elon Musk backed by Fortnite maker in battle against 'menace to freedom' Apple - live updates

The maker of the Fortnite series of games has leapt to the defence of Elon Musk after the Twitter owner accused Apple of threatening to pull the social...

Snap is ordering employees back to the office 4 days a week. CEO Evan Spiegel wants workers to sacrifice
Snap is ordering employees back to the office 4 days a week. CEO Evan Spiegel wants workers to sacrifice 'individual convenience' for 'collective success' in a policy called 'default together'

"We've forgotten what we've lost-and what we could gain-by spending more time together," wrote CEO Evan Spiegel.

Musk greift Apple mit Tweet-Serie an
Musk greift Apple mit Tweet-Serie an

Elon Musk will gegen Apple «in den Krieg zu ziehen» - und zwar wegen der im App Store üblichen Abgabe von bis zu 30 Prozent auf Abo-Erlöse. Der Tech...

Global Yield Curve Inverts in Signal a Recession Is Brewing
Global Yield Curve Inverts in Signal a Recession Is Brewing

(Bloomberg) -- Global bonds joined US peers in signaling a recession, with a gauge measuring the worldwide yield curve inverting for the first time in at...

Analysts love these energy stocks - and give one upside of more than 60%
Analysts love these energy stocks - and give one upside of more than 60%

Energy is everywhere, in everything we do; we can't avoid it. The sheer ubiquity of the sector is one major factor drawing investors to it. After all, energy companies will always be able to find customers for their products, and will never lack for sales. Energy companies have also been seen as a hedge against inflation. The energy sector has been riding high this year, with the S&P 500 energy index up 61% year-to-date. So the question for investors is, do energy stocks have more room to run? A

Trump ally Devin Nunes can sue NBCUniversal for defamation - judge
Trump ally Devin Nunes can sue NBCUniversal for defamation - judge

A U.S. judge on Monday said Devin Nunes, the former California congressman and an ally of former U.S. President Donald Trump, can sue NBCUniversal for...

Oz Senate Defeat Opens Door  to Ex-Hedge Fund CEO McCormick for Another Run
Oz Senate Defeat Opens Door  to Ex-Hedge Fund CEO McCormick for Another Run

(Bloomberg) -- When politicians, business and civic leaders descend on New York City's Waldorf Astoria on Friday for the annual Pennsylvania Society...

Crypto Lender BlockFi Goes Bankrupt in Wake of FTX
Crypto Lender BlockFi Goes Bankrupt in Wake of FTX's Fall

(Bloomberg) -- Crypto lender BlockFi Inc. filed for bankruptcy, becoming the latest digital-asset firm to collapse in the wake of the rapid downfall of the...

Elon Musk asks Tim Cook
Elon Musk asks Tim Cook 'What's going on here'? after Apple pulls its Twitter ads-setting up a clash of tech titans

Not only did he claim Apple has "mostly stopped" its advertising on Twitter, but he reiterated his criticism of Apple's 'internet tax'.

White House keeping a
White House keeping a 'close eye' on misinformation on Twitter

The White House said on Monday it was monitoring social media platform Twitter, now under the stewardship of new Chief Executive Elon Musk, for...

Here are 3 crucial things you need to know before buying a car in 2023 - save yourself thousands of dollars even as interest costs skyrocket
Here are 3 crucial things you need to know before buying a car in 2023 - save yourself thousands of dollars even as interest costs skyrocket

New car demand remains in overdrive.

Column: Elon Musk
Column: Elon Musk's engagement with the far right on Twitter is out of control

Elon Musk is magnifying hate speech and extremist tropes on Twitter, making the platform the 'free-for-all hellscape' he promised to avoid.

UPDATE 3-Biden asks Congress to avert rail strike, warning of dire economic impact
UPDATE 3-Biden asks Congress to avert rail strike, warning of dire economic impact

U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday called on Congress to intervene to avert a potential rail strike that could occur as early as Dec. 9, warning of a...

Collapsed crypto exchange FTX to resume salary payments
Collapsed crypto exchange FTX to resume salary payments

The relief includes cash payments with respect to both pre-petition and post-petition periods, subject to limits established by the orders of the Bankruptcy ...

Ukrainian Government Puts Binance Payment Service Integration on Hold
Ukrainian Government Puts Binance Payment Service Integration on Hold

Plans to integrate Binance functionality into Ukraine's electronic documents app Diia has upset local crypto exchanges and entrepreneurs.

U.S. Senate eyes tightened restrictions on Chinese semiconductors
U.S. Senate eyes tightened restrictions on Chinese semiconductors

The Democratic leader of the U.S. Senate urged lawmakers on Monday to back his proposal to bar the U.S. government from doing business with companies that...

The return-to-office war may finally be reaching a compromise, but companies will be the biggest losers
The return-to-office war may finally be reaching a compromise, but companies will be the biggest losers

Employers and employees are inching closer to a hybrid work schedule that they're both happy with.

Elon Musk is going to war with Apple, taking aim at its App Store fees and claiming it
Elon Musk is going to war with Apple, taking aim at its App Store fees and claiming it's against free speech

Elon Musk alleged that Apple threatened to withhold Twitter from its App Store, questioning whether Apple and Tim Cook "hate free speech in America."

Leon Black accused in lawsuit of raping woman in Jeffrey Epstein
Leon Black accused in lawsuit of raping woman in Jeffrey Epstein's mansion

Leon Black, the billionaire co-founder of private equity firm Apollo Global Management Inc, was sued on Monday by a woman who said he raped her two decades...

Apple
Apple's App store has become an ad-infested imitation of its former self, which is not good for iPhone users or developers

Apple is breaking one of its most sacred tenets by prioritizing revenue over serving its customers, writes Michael Gartenberg.

Apple has seen $114 billion in market value erased in less than a week as investors grow concerned about building iPhone shortages due to China Covid protests
Apple has seen $114 billion in market value erased in less than a week as investors grow concerned about building iPhone shortages due to China Covid protests

"The reality is Apple is... at the mercy of China's zero Covid policy which remains a very frustrating situation," Wedbush analyst Dan Ives said.

How much money YouTubers get paid in a month
How much money YouTubers get paid in a month

YouTube creators can earn money from the ads that run during their videos. Here's how much YouTube influencers earn in a month.

Fundstrat saw Bitcoin hitting $200,000 before it fell to $16,000. Here
Fundstrat saw Bitcoin hitting $200,000 before it fell to $16,000. Here's why they're still hopeful after a 'horrific year' for crypto

"It's an important moment for the industry," Fundstrat's Tom Lee said. "I think there's a lot of people throwing gasoline in a crowded theater and yelling...

Apple iPads are on sale for Cyber Monday, including $300 off the 2021 iPad Pro
Apple iPads are on sale for Cyber Monday, including $300 off the 2021 iPad Pro

Apple's iPad tablets are on sale for Cyber Monday. Right now, you can save big on the 2021 iPad Pro, as well as accessories like the Apple Pencil.

Here
Here's how much sleep you need as you age, and 5 expert tips to help you get a better night's rest

Older adults need seven to nine hours of sleep per night just like other adults.

This is how much money you need to earn annually to comfortably buy a $400,000 home
This is how much money you need to earn annually to comfortably buy a $400,000 home

Financial experts break down what you need to earn to afford a median-priced home in the United States.

Elon Musk slams Tesla founder Martin Eberhard in response to a tweet about the company
Elon Musk slams Tesla founder Martin Eberhard in response to a tweet about the company's origin: He 'could have risked his money, but was unwilling to do so'

Elon Musk's role in Tesla's early history has been a point of contention. Eberhard has sued Musk, alleging libel because Musk says he's a founder.

JPMorgan, Other Banks Discuss Refunding Duped Zelle Customers: Report
JPMorgan, Other Banks Discuss Refunding Duped Zelle Customers: Report

JP Morgan Chase & Co (NYSE: JPM), Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE: WFC), and Bank Of America Corp (NYSE: BAC) are among the banks in advanced discussions to create a ...

It Pays to Procrastinate: The New 6.89% I bonds Will Beat the Old 9.62% Bonds in Just 4 Years
It Pays to Procrastinate: The New 6.89% I bonds Will Beat the Old 9.62% Bonds in Just 4 Years

With a yield of 9.62%, the recently expired Series I bond was understandably popular. With interest rates rising, bond funds are down this year and banks continue to offer miserly rates on deposit accounts. So it's no wonder that a … Continue reading → The post It Pays to Procrastinate: The New 6.89% I bonds Will Beat the Old 9.62% Bonds in Just 4 Years appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.

Yardeni Says Curve Inversion Shows Bonds, Stocks Have Bottomed
Yardeni Says Curve Inversion Shows Bonds, Stocks Have Bottomed

(Bloomberg) -- The inversion of the US Treasury yield curve is flashing that long-term interest rates have peaked, stocks have bottomed out and the Federal Reserve's policy tightening is approaching its limit, according to Ed Yardeni of Yardeni Research Inc.Most Read from BloombergApple to Lose 6 Million iPhone Pros From Tumult at China PlantNext Covid-19 Strain May be More Dangerous, Lab Study ShowsThere's a Job-Market Riddle at the Heart of the Next RecessionStocks Hit by Fedspeak as China Woe


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