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  • Watch Out: What Do Elon Musk and Bill Gates Know about Artificial Intelligence

    Watch Out: What Do Elon Musk and Bill Gates Know about Artificial Intelligence

    The talk of robotics and artificial intelligence is nothing new, with the world having been exposed to sci-fi movies for decades, the most lifelike robots in films such as The Blade Runner, which was certainly ahead of its time and now, a more reasonable image of what lies ahead. And

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  • Your own cryptocurrency: not difficult, but expensive

    Make Your own Cryptocurrency: Not Difficult, But Expensive

    It’s not very difficult to buy cryptocurrencies. I would say it’s a piece of cake. But what about making a virtual monetary unit by yourself?All information about this can be found on the Internet comes down to the “think-buy-apply” scheme, but in reality, there might be several ways to implement.

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  • 7 Reasons Why Your Health Insurance Premiums Are Rising Faster Than Your Salary

    7 Reasons Why Your Health Insurance Premiums Are Rising Faster Than Your Salary

    As he blazed/thrashed/insulted his way to the White House, one of Donald Trump’s constant talking points was that Obamacare was not working. According to Trump, it was a “disaster” that only he could fix. His criticisms have certainly been…creative.Whether he can actually fix it remains to be seen, but he

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  • Bitcoin Mining for Dummies

    Bitcoin Mining for Dummies: How to Mine Bitcoin

    What is Bitcoin Mining?From Start to Finish: How Does it Work?MiningProof of WorkMining DifficultyWhat is Bitcoin Cloud Mining?Bitcoin Mining HardwareWhat is Proof-of-Work?What is Bitcoin Mining Difficulty?How Can You Start Mining Bitcoins?How Can You Make Money in Bitcoin Mining?What is Bitcoin Mining?Bitcoin mining is the validation of transactions that take place

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  • How Does Cryptocurrency Mining Work? And What is Cryptocurrencies Hashrate?

    How Does Cryptocurrency Mining Work? And What is Cryptocurrencies Hashrate?

    How Does Cryptocurrencies Mining Work?How can you mine cryptocurrencies?What is the next Cryptocurrency to mine?Best Bitcoin Mining PoolsWhat is Cryptocurrencies Hashrate?Hashrate GrowthUntil now, while there are investors who have a clear understanding of the process and the mechanics behind it, many are highly exposed to the nuances of mining and

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  • What is an ICO

    What is an ICO (Initial Coin Offering) and How Does it Work?

    So what is ICO (Initial Coin Offering)?BlockchainsTokensCryptocurrenciesHistory and Evolution of ICOHow Does ICO Work and How to use ICOThe New Way of Tech Companies to Raise MoneyHow to Join Initial Coin Offering?The Gold Rush Go Through RegulationICO or Not?We are seeing the rise of a new phenomenon, which has gripped

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  • What Does the Future of Bitcoin Look Like?

    The Usage of BitcoinBitcoin has been around for almost a decade now, introduced back in 2008, the principal of Bitcoin being to remove intermediaries.The U.S Treasury has identified bitcoin as a virtual currency, while it’s more commonly described as the first cryptocurrency and the largest of its kind by total

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  • Poker and Trading – Two Unlikely Companions?

    Cynics would say that playing poker and trading are similar in the sense that both are akin to gambling. But, for those who have done both, it is clear that there is a large level of skill involved in both the fields and it is the skill level that separates

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  • How Does a Country’s Gold Reserve Affect its Economy?

    Last month I watched one of James Bond’s movies called ‘Golden Finger’, which was produced in 1964. The story was about a villain who wanted to contaminate the US gold reserve in Fort Knox, his notion was to save gold bullions that will eventually multiply its price. As I was watching this

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  • Fashion industry provides good opportunities

    Investing in Fashion

    Popular trends of daily life style in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body, or furniture are commonly known as fashion. Since ancient times, in majority of the cultures (around the world) these life style trends also indicate the social status achieved by the members of the society.Historical evidence tells that influential

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  • Currency wars threat global economy and political stability

    World War III – The Currency War

    Are We Entering a Phase of Currency War?After a long period that lasts for decades, we are now at a time, over the last decade or so, where wars are fought using currencies rather than using weapons. Countries realize that it is easier, cheaper and less violent to bring destruction

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  • Prices should remain robust.

    Is There a Real-Estate Bubble?

    As the S&P 500 index and other global equity bourses hit fresh all-time highs, it is important to evaluate whether the markets are getting ahead of themselves, specifically in the housing space, as the housing market meltdown was the catalyst which brought down the equity markets beginning in 2008. Could

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  • One economic bubble that springs to mind is U.S student loans

    Economic Bubble – The History, The Reasons and The Future

    The Bubble HistoryNo bubbles, no troubles used to be a phrase used to describe the effects of carbonated drinks, but has since evolved to simply mean ‘no troubles.’ Perhaps quite apt when considering the global markets and the evolution and impact of bubbles on global markets, economies and investor capital.There’s

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  • Can Le Pen Make France Great Again?

    The Story of Marine Le Pen

    Marine Le Pen, the president of the National Front, is not just a politician, but also a layer taking France by storm at the age of 48, young when compared with the Establishment. Sarkozy, Fillon and Hollande all 62 years of age with only center-left Macron her junior at the

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  • The Big Investment of Stephen Curry

    In 2011/12, Stephen Curry had a repetitive ankle injury that made him miss most of the season. During the summer, he had two ankle surgeries while he was trying to turn his career around, and like many other big talents that ended their career with cruel injuries, the Warriors fans

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  • The Wall Street Bull, a surprise gift left under the New York Stock Exchange Christmas tree by Artist Arturo Di Modica and a few friends. The Bull eventually finding its permanent home at Bowling Green Park, not far from the NYSE, who were far from amused of its arrival back in December 1989.

    5 Things You Should Know About Wall Street

    There’s been many movies and, while some of us may recall Gordon Gekko in his Giorgio Armani suits and suspenders, others will be more familiar with the Wolf of Wall Street, which was based on the life and times of Jordan Belfort, played convincingly by Leonardo Di Caprio.But before we go

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  • Weed

    How to Take your Weed Higher?

    As the markets continue to evolve, opportunities for investment continue to expand, providing investors an opportunity to invest in companies directly linked to the manufacture or growth of a particular product, or to invest in a range of companies exposed to the manufacture, growth and sale of a product and

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  • 7 Reasons Why Women Trade Better Than Men

    A hotly debated subject, particularly when considering the ratio of men to women on the trading floor and the investment banking’s attitude towards women, despite the best efforts of banks to create diversity and equality in the workplace.For the fewer women that are on the trading floors globally, there are

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  • Global Agricultural Trading Continues to Provide Price Transparency

    Food ingredients date back more than 200K years.  The human diet initially consisted of animal proteins, fish, fruits, vegetables and nuts. The introduction of grains into the human diet came approximately 10K years ago.  This included wheat and barley with rice and corn coming about 3K years later.History of FoodFor

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  • Coffee Beans

    How do You Like Your Coffee?

    Long before the Pepsi’s and Coke’s of the world, more than 300 years ago, to be precise, people found about the leaves of a plant which had a nice taste and seemed to give them a lot of energy when eaten as such or when they brewed and drunk it.

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