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Fund Managers Stay Bullish on Stocks: Bank of America Survey

As of last week fund managers were 55% net overweight in stocks, compared with 77% net underweight in bonds, a Bank of America survey says.

Cryptocurrency Lead

Ethereum Most Volatile Crypto in New Year

Ethereum has been the most volatile cryptocurrency, based based on its standard deviation in the last 20 days.

Top JPMorgan Banker Sees Steady Supply Of Chinese Health Care IPOs, Even Amid Valuation Concerns

Healthcare M&A Set For Lots of Deals in 2022

ShockWave among companies seen in play as Real Money's Kevin Curran runs down the factors driving mergers and acquisitions in the health industry.

NFT Lead

Coinbase And Mastercard Want To Make It Easier For You To Buy NFTs

The companies have partnered on a credit-card enabled NFT marketplace.

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Three Rules to Survive a Bear Market

Real Money's James 'Rev Shark' Deporre lists the keys to making it through big downturns.

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Microsoft's Top 10 Multibillion-Dollar Acquisitions

Microsoft has made a series of multibillion-dollar acquisitions in recent years, ranging from video games to social media platforms.

Google Ring Video Doorbell Lead

Best Smart Doorbell: Ring Video Doorbell 3

The Ring Video Doorbell 3 is one of the best video doorbells money can buy. We've reviewed its function, design, installation, and subscription plans.

MGM and Wynn Resorts Take on $1B Debts For Casino Developments

MGM Brings Loyalty Rewards Program Fight to Caesars

MGM's revamped reward program goes live on February 1.

Bitcoin Lead

Bitcoin Is Still The King of Crypto, But For How Long ?

Bitcoin is the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, followed Ethereum, BNB, and Cardana.

Bitcoin vs. Ethereum: How Are They Different?

I Don't Trust Bitcoin, But Should I Give Up on Crypto?

The high volatility of the queen of cryptocurrencies is a foil, which might prevent Main Street from seeing the potential uses of these new technologies.