Étiquette : investing

  • Cathie Wood Still Sees Bitcoin Heading to $1 Million

    Cathie Wood Still Sees Bitcoin Heading to $1 Million

    Renowned money manager Cathie Wood, chief executive of Ark Investment Management, remains one of bitcoin’s biggest evangelists. “We think bitcoin has just begun” Wood said in an interview on CNBC. Institutions are just starting to catch up to individuals in using bitcoin, she said. Wood called the world’s biggest digital currency a hedge against inflation. […]

  • Cramer’s Mad Money Recap 4/7: Amazon, Google, Target

    Cramer’s Mad Money Recap 4/7: Amazon, Google, Target

    « The bull is dead, long live the bull, » Jim Cramer shouted to his Mad Money viewers Thursday. The stock market is pivoting, he said, and you need to pivot with it, whether you like it or not. The lesson of this stock market is simple. When the Federal Reserve is aggressively raising rates, two things […]

  • Elon Musk’s Twitter Stake Could Resurface Boardroom Battles

    Elon Musk’s Twitter Stake Could Resurface Boardroom Battles

    Sparks are bound to fly at social media company Twitter’s (TWTR) – Get Twitter, Inc. Report next board meeting in a little over two weeks in San Francisco. New battle lines may be drawn in top management as newly appointed board member Tesla (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc Report Chief Executive Elon Musk and Twitter […]

  • Premarket stocks: Warren Buffett is buying big again

    Premarket stocks: Warren Buffett is buying big again

    Now, with many other investors in selling mode, he’s going shopping. What’s happening: Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway just disclosed that it bought almost 121 million shares of HP worth about $4.2 billion, giving Buffett a stake of more than 11% in the technology company. HP (HPQ) shares are up 14% in premarket trading on Thursday. It’s […]

  • Royal Caribbean Brings Back the Self-Serve Buffet

    Royal Caribbean Brings Back the Self-Serve Buffet

    The cruise ship buffet may be the first thing many people think of when they envision taking a cruise. It’s a staple of cruising that has always represented the best and worst of people. On the one hand, buffets give you a chance to sample new foods, have a little bit of something decadent, and […]

  • Elon Musk buys 9.2% of Twitter, making him the largest shareholder

    Elon Musk buys 9.2% of Twitter, making him the largest shareholder

    News of the purchase sent shares of Twitter (TWTR) soaring 22% in early trading. Musk did not disclose what he paid for the shares, but his stake was worth $2.9 billion as of the close of trading Friday, and $3.5 billion after the spike early Monday. Musk’s filing did not disclose the purpose of the […]

  • China could make a U-turn to stop its companies being kicked off Wall Street

    China could make a U-turn to stop its companies being kicked off Wall Street

    The China Securities Regulatory Commission, the country’s top securities watchdog, has proposed changing a decade-old rule that forbids Chinese firms from sharing sensitive data and financial information with overseas regulators. The amendment might allow US regulators to inspect audit reports of Chinese companies listed in New York. That could end a dispute between the two […]

  • Elon Musk’s Tesla Has Very Bad News

    Elon Musk’s Tesla Has Very Bad News

    This is undoubtedly news that will relieve Tesla’s (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc Report rivals because it thwarts the electric vehicle manufacturer’s plans to increase its market share. Its chief executive officer Elon Musk seemed to have aligned the pawns well to keep Tesla’s rivals in the very lucrative market of electric vehicles at bay. […]

  • How Much Do Amazon, Google, Apple, and Microsoft’s CEOs Make?

    How Much Do Amazon, Google, Apple, and Microsoft’s CEOs Make?

    Jeff Bezos became a billionaire and one of the richest men in the world as the founder and long-time CEO of Amazon (AMZN) – Get Amazon.com, Inc. Report. He held that chair until July 2021 when he stepped aside to spend more time focused on his space company, Blue Origin. His replacement, Andy Jassy, ​​may […]

  • Stocks week ahead: Is the US dollar in danger?

    Stocks week ahead: Is the US dollar in danger?

    About 60% of the $12.8 trillion in global currency reserves are currently held in dollars, giving the US an exorbitant privilege over other countries. And that privilege pays: Because US government debt backed by the dollar is very attractive, interest rates are lower. The US gets to borrow from other countries in its own currency […]