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Investors paying 70 times earnings for Big Tech will lead to 'something not good', Wall Street CIO says

Investors paying 70 times earnings for Big Tech will lead to 'something not good', Wall Street CIO says

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CNBC TV David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors chief investment officer, told CNBC, " When you're paying 70 times earnings, something not good is going to happen." The CIO said he's...
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Stocks may be 'too big to fail' as Main Street fixates on market moves, strategist says

Stocks may be 'too big to fail' as Main Street fixates on market moves, strategist says

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Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images Americans' connection to the stock market might has made equities "too big to fail," Michael Kantrowitz, strategist at Cornerstone Macro, said in a...
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6 Reasons to Say WelcomeBacktoTravel in Cape Cod

6 Reasons to Say WelcomeBacktoTravel in Cape Cod

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As more destinations around the globe reopen to travelers, we are ready to get back to one of our favorite activities. Join us over the next several weeks as we take you to...
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Wall Street CIO tells investors: 'Don't fight tech, own it'

Wall Street CIO tells investors: 'Don't fight tech, own it'

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CNBC TV David Bianco, DWS Group Americas chief investment officer, told CNBC that investors should own tech stocks right now, and wait until after the election to buy value...
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Colleges are reopening with an asterisk - they're deciding how many coronavirus cases would shut them down again

Colleges are reopening with an asterisk - they're deciding how many coronavirus cases would shut them down again

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Getty Images Universities across the country have been flying blind, with limited federal guidance on how to reopen, even though more than 6,300 coronavirus cases have been...
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Online art auctions are luring new bidders to the market: rich millennials under lockdown

Online art auctions are luring new bidders to the market: rich millennials under lockdown

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Grant Faint / Getty Images Auction house Sotheby's says that millennials helped it stay afloat in the first half of the year, as the pandemic has forced all auctions online...
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THE END OF AN ERA: Brooks Brothers, J. Crew, and other emblems of upper-class America are dying at the hands of the new uprising

THE END OF AN ERA: Brooks Brothers, J. Crew, and other emblems of upper-class America are dying at the hands of the new uprising

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Klaus Vedfelt / Getty Images Part of the reason traditional retailers such as Brooks Brothers and J. Crew have both gone bankrupt in 2020 is because they have come to signify...
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A Wall Street strategist says the Nasdaq is 'extremely overvalued' after hitting a fresh-record high, and says that's 'not a healthy situation'

A Wall Street strategist says the Nasdaq is 'extremely overvalued' after hitting a fresh-record high, and says that's 'not a healthy situation'

21 hours ago   |  

Associated Press The Nasdaq's record high is "not a healthy situation" as investors are piling into one sector of the market that is "extremely overvalued," a Wall Street...
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The best investing stories of July: How to win the next phase of COVID-19 - 'hidden' high-upside businesses - record-cheap value stocks

22 hours ago   |     |   3 articles

Dear Readers, At this point the dust has pretty much settled on the winners of the stock market's post-COVID rally. If you were heavily invested in tech giants like Apple and...
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After the 2008 housing crisis, a lot of people made big money buying up foreclosed homes and renting them out - and it shows one response to a financial crash

After the 2008 housing crisis, a lot of people made big money buying up foreclosed homes and renting them out - and it shows one response to a financial crash

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Peter Dazeley/Getty Ryan Dezember is a reporter for The Wall Street Journal,writing about financial markets and investors. He previously wrote about the oil industry from the...
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Dubai Miracle Garden - The World's biggest flower Garden located in Dubai. Plan your trip to Dubai & visit this garden. Before visiting go through these interesting facts... Read more ...

Interesting Facts About Dubai Miracle Garden

Dubai Miracle Garden - The World's biggest flower Garden located in Dubai. Plan your trip to Dubai & visit this garden. Before visiting go through these interesting facts... Read more ...

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Autumn is one of the fascinating seasons for a holiday in Italy. This beautiful season comes with a round of fresh wine, delightful delicacies, and vibrant colors that will... Read more ...

Gold soars to a fresh record following its historic move past $2,000, driven...

Gold soars to a fresh record following its historic move past $2,000, driven by geopolitical tensions and a weak dollar

REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger Gold prices reached new record highs on Wednesday as geopolitical uncertainty and dollar weakness continued to drive bullish sentiment into the precious... Read more ...

'I have never seen a tragedy so huge': 2 people in Beirut describe being...

'I have never seen a tragedy so huge': 2 people in Beirut describe being caught up in the massive explosion that devastated the city

STR/AFP via Getty Images Beirut was devastated by a huge explosion Tuesday, upending the lives of its millions of citizens. Two Beirut residents caught up in the blast told... Read more ...

Warren Buffett plows another $337 million into Bank of America, boosting his...

Warren Buffett plows another $337 million into Bank of America, boosting his stake to nearly 12%

Bill Pugliano/Getty Warren Buffett spent another $337 million on Bank of America stock between July 31 and August 4, SEC filings show . The billionaire investor and Berkshire... Read more ...

LIVE UPDATES: See the results of Michigan's August 4 primaries

LIVE UPDATES: See the results of Michigan's August 4 primaries

Reuters Michigan is holding several key congressional primaries on August 4. Rep. Rashida Tlaib is facing a primary challenge from Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones... Read more ...

Experts no longer expect seasonal coronavirus waves: The pandemic is like 'a...

Experts no longer expect seasonal coronavirus waves: The pandemic is like 'a forest fire looking for human wood to burn'

JOSH EDELSON/AFP via Getty Images In April, a group of experts suggested that a second, more severe wave of coronavirus infections in the fall was the likeliest of three future... Read more ...

Volvo Extended Warranty

Volvo Extended Warranty

Volvo's factory warranty is relatively short compared to other manufacturer's new-vehicle coverage, but purchasing a Volvo extended warranty can give you long-term auto... Read more ...

Autonation Vehicle Protection Plan

Autonation Vehicle Protection Plan

AutoNation is the largest auto retailer in the U.S. with over 300 locations in 18 states. If you ever visit an AutoNation dealership to purchase a car, you'll be presented with... Read more ...

Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic is the second Virgin airline to declare...

Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic is the second Virgin airline to declare bankruptcy as pandemic rips apart the industry

Nicolas Economou/Getty Images Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic airline filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy in New York on Tuesday. The airline, which only flies long-haul... Read more ...

Uber announces employees can work from home through June 2021, and it's...

Uber announces employees can work from home through June 2021, and it's giving them $500 for their home office

Reuters On Tuesday, Uber announced that corporate employees will have their voluntary work from home policy extended through June 2021. Corporate employees will also be given a... Read more ...

Sen. Ron Wyden accused Trump of 'working the refs' by pulling the...

Sen. Ron Wyden accused Trump of 'working the refs' by pulling the renomination of an FCC commissioner who had questioned the president's executive order targeting social media companies

Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images; Win McNamee Democratic Senator Ron Wyden slammed Trump for withdrawing an FCC commissioner's renomination and accused him of "working the refs... Read more ...