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The Banks/Financial Institutions are going through it! We as a community have been watching this sector, not only during the Federal Reserve interest rate hikes, but has far back as March 2020. While the market was cool over the weekend, we might see pockets of volatility (and opportunity) over the next week or so. If you hold bank-based stocks and not sure of them now based upon your risk tolSee more
President Biden said Monday that "Americans can rest assured that our banking system is safe, your deposits are safe" after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank $SIVB and Signature Bank $SBNY 𝐃𝐫𝐢𝐯𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐧𝐞𝐰𝐬: Biden promised to do "whatever is needed" to prevent any other bank runs. 𝐒𝐭𝐚𝐭𝐞 𝐨𝐟 𝐩𝐥𝐚𝐲: Federal banking regulators on Sunday took aggressive new actions aimed at preventing depositors in SiSee more
It would appear that there have been dividend cuts up and down me stock portfolio. Not entirely surprising given the high risk/high reward type of stocks I have chosen for this portfolio. With massive layoffs, banks failing, droughts in South America killing crops, and political upheaval around the globe. This world got a lot scarier since the Fed decided to punish ordinary people for corporateSee more
I think I’m gonna report to the national revenue service or something because I’m not getting any support from this. I bought a penny stock at half a dollar or $30 and now it’s worth 450 and I’m still at $30 and I have yet to get any support even though I’ve posted. I refuse a message a bot. $ORTX #collapse #siliconbank
In case you missed it: Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) collapsed Friday morning. It is the largest US bank to fail since the collapse of Washington Mutual in 2008. Brief history: $SIVB was founded in 1983. It specialized in banking for technology companies and financed about half of the technology and technology enterprises in the United States. health companies. See more
Silicon Valley Bank $SIVB customers withdrew $42 billion from their accounts on Thursday. That's $4.2 billion an hour, or more than $1 million per second for ten hours straight. To put that in context, the previous largest bank run in modern U.S. history took place at Washington Mutual bank in 2008, and totaled $16.7 billion over the course of 10 days. That's a mere trickle in comparison to what wSee more
Here are some questions and answers to help explain what’s happening with Silicon Vally Bank $SIVB and how does it affect the markets. If you haven’t heard, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has seized the assets of Silicon Valley Bank, the 16th-largest bank in the U.S after the bank failed. It's the nation's biggest bank failure since Washington Mutual during the height of the 2008 finanSee more
The crash of Silicon Valley Bank The bank of choice for Silicon Valley's hot startups is suffering a remarkably sudden reversal of fortune. What happened: The parent of Silicon Valley Bank $SIVB late Wednesday said that it was seeking to raise over $2 billion in capital, after facing big losses on a giant batch of bonds it sold.See more
March 9, 2023
📈We really did hit peak stupid': Elite investors on #WallStreet say privately that the #market is about to undergo a cataclysmic shift — and many won't survive the 'washout' (Sources: Business Insider Twitter & Writer: Linette Lopez) —••• 📌None of this is my own thoughts or ideas. And I am no expert —••••See more
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