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· FAANG Stocks: Ignore These Distractions →
However, the constant media coverage lauding these moves has overshadowed the slowdown in momentum that has already become visible in the SPDR S&P 500 Trust (NYSEARCA: SPY) and this could lead to dangerous trading challenges in the months ahead.
· 'Real' Ayodhya in Nepal, Lord Ram was born here, claims Nepal PM KP Oli; BJP slams remark →
Speaking at an event on the birth anniversary of Nepalese poet Bhanubhakta at the Prime Minister’s residence in Kathmandu, Oli said that Nepal “has become a victim of cultural encroachment and its history has been manipulated.”
· XVZ Should Only Be Used As A Portfolio Hedge →
One of the things which becomes abundantly clear is that the longer you hold the above index, the greater the odds that you will lose money.
· Mont Blanc glacier melt reveals newspapers from suspected plane crash in 1966 →
The headlines told of Indira Gandhi becoming India‘s first and, so far, only female prime minister that year.
· Pep Guardiola has made plans for the summer window - centre-back made an 'absolute priority' →
According to Gaughan, that search now becomes an 'easier process' due to the Court of Arbitration for Sport's ruling on Monday morning that lifted City's two-year European ban.
· Ol' Ricky's Washington Football Tales - American Indians →
He first wrote about the Washington football team in 1983 before becoming a beat writer in 1993.
· Valentina Sampaio becomes first openly trans model in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue →
The model Valentina Sampaio has made history by becoming the first openly transgender model to be featured in Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue.
· Corcept Therapeutics: A Long-Term Hold Despite Short-Term Sales Threat →
There is an opportunity here for Corcept to become a market-leader in cortisol modulation in oncology, which may well make the company an acquisition target (securing a nice premium on any current investment in the company).
· Tesla Rally Means Q2 GAAP Dilemma →
The debate over a potential profit during Q2 becomes even more important when you consider one of my Tesla predictions for the back half of this year.
· Mahmoud Dicko, the populist imam challenging Mali’s President Keita →
“They were both frustrated, and the regime they once helped became the regime they had to fight,” he explained.