If you’d bought bitcoin at the beginning of January, you’d be looking at a 300% gain. But can you afford to ride the bitcoin roller coaster?
There’s an undercurrent in many analysts’ notes that AMD may be getting all of this positive attention for a development that may be little more than a fad.
A single bitcoin is worth twice as much as an ounce of gold. Those of us who watch the bitcoin market are becoming nervous. Are we amidst a mania?
I’m sure all the hype surrounding bitcoin has you eager to find out how to benefit. However, every time bitcoin has surged, it plummeted shortly after.
Instead of worrying about the dollar, there are actually a number of technical and fundamental reasons to expect continued dollar strength.
The long-dollar trade has become among the most crowded on Wall Street. But the dollar may be a lot more unstable than many institutional traders realize.
Wall Street is throwing a rate-hike temper tantrum, and the Fed is ready to cave. But the Street isn’t the only brat in this currency playpen.
U.S. exports are down nearly $64 billion so far this year, and yet the Fed is flirting with raising interest rates. Can you imagine the economic storm if the dollar gets any stronger?
For most of human history, we’ve lived in largely cashless societies. It’s nothing new. But there are concerns about a modern cashless society, and the real threat should terrify you.