Bitcoin prices sink into correction territory on Sunday, marking the sharpest slide for the digital asset since February, coming on the heels of what has been a remarkable stretch for the crypto industry. See full story.
The semiconductor shortage is here to stay, but it will affect chip companies differently
A global shortage of semiconductors — chips that power massive data-centers, modern autos and countless digital devices — has roiled global manufacturing and is not expected to end soon. It isn’t a blanket problem, however, as different sectors within the chip industry will continue to be affected by the shortage in different ways. See full story.
Stocks are at all-time highs and the U.S. economy is booming. So why is everyone so freaked out?
All manner of weird things keep happening in financial markets, from bond yields that go down when they should go up, to near-daily swings between big-picture convictions. It’s hard to manage money when everything feels so fragile. See full story.
These stocks are ‘cash cows’ that give you a better way to play the value sector
A cash-flow approach is the best way to identify value stocks in the modern economy, says Sean O’Hara, president of Pacer ETFs. See full story.
These stocks let you tap into the hot housing market
Many home builders’ valuations are still low, while their implied upside potential is in the double digits. See full story.
‘We have five other siblings who are currently unaware of this arrangement.’ See full story.