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Fintech uses technology to improve finance. It offers financial services using the internet, software or other tech … not brick-and-mortar branches This Technology Disrupted Finance … and It’s Not Done Fintech uses technology to improve the financial services sector. It offers financial services using the internet, software or other tech … not brick-and-mortar branches
What Are the Stock Market Winners and Losers in the Pandemic? (3-minute read) Amazon continues its retail domination. What else is thriving now? Chad Shoop shows you…
Don’t go chasing unicorns; please stick to the indexes and the stocks that you’re used to. WeWork was going to have things its way or nothing at all. WeWork’s Lesson in Unicorn Chasing; Tesla Bears Get Crushed
by Joseph Hargett October 24, 2019 Great Stuff
The Trouble With Chasing Unicorns I think it’s safe to say that I have a unique sense of humor. That’s putting it politely. It’s definitely not one you find very often in the financial realm. However, the saga of WeWork has brought out the inner cynic in more than a few op-ed writers lately. I […]
Are You Ready for Another War?
by Joseph Hargett June 18, 2019 Great Stuff
There are so many wars right now, I’ve lost count. There’s the U.S.-China trade war. A potential U.S. war with Iran. A war on LGBTQ people. Even a war on Christmas. You might be all warred out, but too bad. There’s yet another war brewing. European Central Bank (ECB) President and amateur Bob Saget impersonator, […]
The Clash Over Interest Rates
by Joseph Hargett June 17, 2019 Great Stuff
Jerome, you’ve got to let me know. Should I stay or should I go? The Federal Open Market Committee is meeting this week to decide the fate of U.S. monetary policy. In other words, the Fed is looking at interest rates. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will hand down the central bank’s decision on Wednesday […]

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