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From bitcoin to aerospace to artificial intelligence, there's been a lot of strong trends in 2017. Which ones will last and which will fade away?
All stock trading is a gamble; here's how to manage risk in highly volatile stocks such as bitcoin- and blockchain-related names.
Bitcoin prices are tanking. Home prices are rocking. And investors are taking a ton of risk.
Although the tech giant's stock fell sharply, that didn't hurt the major market indices much.
Apple has not confirmed the reports, but they could have a big impact on the market if selling pressure on Apple persists.
The mania surrounding Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies hit a fever pitch in December. For that reason, that correction that has followed might not end so quickly.
Bitcoin and blockchain recently have been the greatest shows on our investing earth, but they're showing signs they will be this decade's version of the dot.com debacle.
Bitcoin prices have fallen nearly 40% this week as global digital currency markets correct in the face of increasing questions over safety and volatility.
U.S. stock futures point higher on Friday, as Wall Street awaits a number of economic data releases in what's expected to be a quiet trading day ahead of the long Christmas weekend.
The Blockchain frenzy continued Thursday, with an iced tea company turned blockchain investor gaining 183%.
The company's fundamental picture is tough to translate, so let's take a look at the technicals.
Take a look at financials, industrials, transports and energy names.
The former biotech issued another dozen PIPEs in its previous reincarnations.
Trading highly volatile stocks is speculation just like buying a stock that barely moves is speculation.
Markets celebrate as tax bill passage looks more likely.
Just a few months ago, Riot Blockchain was a struggling micro-cap biotech firm that had no connection to Bitcoin. Since it changed its name and invested in a cryptocurrency exchange, though, its stock has risen more than seven times, including a lift of 11% on Friday alone.
If bitcoin reminds you of tulips but you still want in on the party, here's what S3 Analytics recommends you do.
Boeing put wings under the Dow, but rotation is continuing to take a toll.
Riot Blockchain stock is up more than 700% over the past three months. Do investors know what it actually does?
Endless bitcoin media coverage helped to disguise the fact that it wasn't that strong of a day for most stocks.
The one name I feel has the best fundamental argument is Overstock.
Seldom do we have an opportunity to watch a bubble in real time.
In the past, these sorts of bounces led to very strong follow-through.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on what wild changes in the equity market really means. One thing is for sure: the current bull market is starting to show some wacky moves.
If you want to make some real money, you should invest in something substantial like Rai.
These are the principles I have adopted over the last four decades and I'm sticking with them rather than run with the momentum crowd.
There are reasons for the frenzy in bitcoin, but where it and other cryptocurrencies go from here will depend on psychology factors and outside influences.
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