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Aurora Cannabis Aurora Cannabis Struggles to Raise Capital — What You Need to Know Aurora Cannabis Inc. announced earnings on September 11. Shares tumbled 20% in the days that followed. Anthony Planas breaks down why this may only be the start of Aurora’s troubles. (4-minute read)
Regulation A+Law - Silicon Valley's secret Regulation A+ Rule: Make Millions Investing Like a Silicon Valley Insider This rule leveled the playing field, granting investors access to the most innovative companies of the next decade.
Great Stuff 9-10-2019 Gold Goes Digital; Tesla’s Asleep at the Wheel
by Joseph Hargett September 10, 2019 Great Stuff
Gold Goes Digital Move over, Jed Clampett. Black gold — Texas tea — is so yesterday. Gold is going digital. Cryptocurrency issuer Paxos just announced the launch of PAX Gold, a regulated gold stablecoin. For the newly initiated in cryptocurrency, a stablecoin is a cryptocurrency backed by a “stable” asset or basket of assets, such […]
How to Grab Gains From the Inverted Yield Curve The inverted yield curve usually stokes fears of a recession. But our expert Chad Shoop recommends remaining bullish — at least for the next two years. (3-minute read)
Cannabis industry The $6.4 Trillion Cannabis Industry Will Soon Disrupt 3 Markets The $6.4 trillion cannabis market is disrupting three industries: wellness, medicine and recreation. Anthony Planas discusses the lucrative opportunities that infused beverages and other cutting-edge products create. (4-minute read)

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