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I think @Bitcoin is going to take another dip down to 17-18k. I’ll HODL what I have and then pick up at the dip. #Bitcoin #moneymoves #crypto #hodl #millionscoming #ETH See more
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$BTC 👀 - 1 Min Chart (Up Close & Personal) 😏🎯 📌 Take a look at the #fractal price movements down to the minute. 📌 Remember: #Trends See more
What’s the Meta with Hedge Fund Mangers? They see the tweets about how corporations and communities are diving in the #metaverse and other trends like #blockchain , #digitalland and of course #crypto — and looking for leverage. The ones who get it, get it. But it’s not all a “got”. These types of funds are dynamic for portfolios. They keep your risk tolerance in check in case the market is a wreSee more
While this company isn’t public (unloaded by $FCAU ).. the insights about this move fuses #EV #blockchain #nft in one post. Following the merger of Fiat Chrysler and French automaker PSA Groupe to create Stellantis in January 2021. All of these thrends have been buzzing in the media and corporations roadmaps. But when jt comed to #NFT See more
With a little over a week left in 2021 and 5 trading days left as of today I thought I would get out ahead of the flood of year end summary posts. Last year I broke down the top performing ETFs as well as flow trends so I guess this makes it tradition now? As this is year 2 I'm also going to compare the list this year with the list last year to give you some context on how much things change. WhilSee more
Dec 23, 2020 - Dec 23, 2021

🚨Interesting read this morning speaking to what has been driving the surge in the stock market 📈 •••—— #FOMO 👇 Wikipedia 🔆Fear of missing out (FOMO) is the feeling of apprehension that one is either not in the know or missing out on information, events, experiences, or life decisions that could make one's life better.[2] FOMO is also associated with a fear of regret,[3] which may lead to concerns that one might miss an opportunity for social interaction, a novel experience, a memorable event, or a profitable investment.[4] It is characterized by a desire to stay continually connected with what others are doing,and can be described as the fear that deciding not to participate is the wrong choice.[5] FOMO could result from not knowing about a conversation,[6] missing a TV show, not attending a wedding or party,[7] or hearing that others have discovered a new restaurant.[8] FOMO in recent years has been attributed to a number of negative psychological and behavioral —-••••• 😱Fear of missing out is driving the stock market — and having this surprising effect as well, research find #possibilities #growth #buildingportfolio #opportunities #whynot #invest #trends #marketwatch #kip2021 ⚜️KnowledgeIsPower —••• 📉 Check out this article from MarketWatch - Fear of missing out is driving the stock market — and having this surprising effect as well, research finds 🤨Have you experienced FOMO in investing in a stock 2021?

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$PINS had their earnings and still reported better than expected revenue even with a decline in users. Some more insight on their earnings — Adjusted earnings per share: 28 cents vs. 23 cents Revenue: $633 Million vs. $630.9 Million expected Monthly active users: 444 Million vs. 460 Million expected by StreetAccount Average revenue per user: $1.41 vs. $1.38 forecast by StreetAccount Like other compSee more
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