Opinions, Page 3
The First Blockchain War is About to Begin
Hopes for steady Bitcoin growth towards $6000 were replaced by disappointment after market participants faced with the return of speculative pressure. On Thursday night, the BTC sharply declined by more than 8% to $4950 in just a few hours. The likelihood of this dynamic was clearly indicated by the RSIRead More
The U.S China Trade War, the UK Pound and the Eurozone Economy in Focus
Who’s winning the U.S – China trade war? Is it really the U.S? How has the Pound and the UK economy performed and what about the Eurozone?Read More
Space as a business: What Hides Beyond the Rockets Launches
Spaceships are no longer romantically surf the Universe but pragmatically sawing it in pieces. The “entrance ticket” to the solar system costs hundreds of millions.Read More
US Markets Had Another Fantastic Week, Trade or Fade?
With the US and China on track to a trade deal and commodity prices well-supported, add China credit infusion to the mix, it suggests this is a market to trade and not fade.Read More
Investing in Champions as Quarter Finals Start
Football is one of the most popular sports in the world that has won the hearts of millions of men (and women are not indifferent to it as well). Although I am not a passionate football fan, I try to keep track of developments in the field. All the moreRead More
U.S. Stock Market: Will Mounting Uncertainty Trigger Short-Term Correction?
Too many factors to deal with at one time can cause investing paralysis, or confusion, or uncertainty. Call it whatever you want. When investors feel uncertain, they tend to sell, which is what I’m looking for over the near-term.Read More
Could Foreign Investors Chasing Higher U.S. Rates Be Causing the Inverted Yield Curve?
Asian and European investors chasing the higher yield in the U.S. is what’s driving down yields and causing the inverted yield curve, not expectations of a recession. On Thursday, billionaire Warren Buffett told CNBC that economic growth has lost some steam recently, while adding he is not concerned. Fed ChairmanRead More
What Does Kill Startups: An Exclusive Interview with Nelia Kovbasa
In the last decade, startups have become one of the main business trends worldwide, showing the success stories of new companies that have managed to change the face of modern business. At the same time, every successful startup goes hand in hand with thousands of others which failed and oftenRead More
Study Shows Majority of Bitcoin Trading is Fairy Dust
In the article, Bitwise, an asset manager in the process of trying to list the first-ever bitcoin exchange-traded fund, said their analysis showed that “substantially all of the volume” reported on 71 out of the 81 exchanges was wash trading, a term that describes a person simultaneously selling and buyingRead More
New Brexit Vote: Second Referendum or No-deal
On Tuesday, March 12, the British Parliament will hold a second vote on the adoption of the Brexit plan, agreed with the EU. The January 15 vote ended in a resounding failure, considered the worst in the last century.Read More