Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Key Takeaways: Bitcoin plunged in value this week, and other cryptos followed suit Some investors are losing their life savings, while others are considering buying the dip Q.ai’s Crypto Kit can help investors navigate the crypto world amid uncertain times It’s been a turbulent time for the markets, in general. The last few months, er, years, have been especially uncertain for investors at large. But, as much as the markets are moving up and down these days, cryptocurrencies have really been through the ringer. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies fell in value on Thursday following a digital asset sell-off that has already wiped almost $600 billion in market capitalization in a single week. Download Q.ai for iOS today for more great Q.ai content and access to over a dozen AI-powered investment strategies. Start with just $100. No fees or commissions. To kick off the week, Bitcoin plummeted in … [Read more...] about Is The Crypto Crash A Sign Of Trouble Or A Time To Buy The Dip?
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Stocks fell, with the three major U.S. indexes poised to close lower for the week, as major banks kicked off the fourth quarter earnings season with mixed results and December retail sales were lower than expected. Key Takeways Stocks are lower with the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq poised to drop for the week. Retail and food sales sank 1.9% in December, the biggest drop in 10 months. Banks reported mixed earnings, and JPMorgan is the worst-performing Dow and S&P 500 stock after it reported trading revenue fell. Banks and Retail Stocks Fall, Energy Gains The Dow is down more than 300 points, nearly a full percent, and the S&P 500 is about 0.5% lower. The Nasdaq's earlier gains have reversed and that index is down about 0.2%. JPMorgan Chase & Co. ( JPM ) is the worst-performing stock in both the Dow and S&P 500 after reporting a fourth-quarter loss, and net interest margin that came in below analysts' consensus estimates. Shares of … [Read more...] about Stocks Fall as Bank Shares Drop and December Retail Disappoints
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin This classic self-serve option has come a long way, now offering high end bubbly, smoked meat snacks and small-batch artisan ice cream. Moët & Chandon at The Piccolo This lovely boutique hotel in the heart of Paso Robles wine country offers visitors a warm welcome in its stylish lobby. That space includes a vending machine where you’ll want to splurge on a Moët mini. Somewhat miraculously, the bottles are delivered with delicate precision. No need to worry that very special brut will spill when the cork’s popped. If you’re looking for a comfortable space to sip your sparkling wine, head up to the rooftop bar with expansive views of the city and beyond. Morgenstern’s Ice Cream at Eataly Don’t you love to see when sweet and savory forces combine to create something magical? Una Pizzeria recently partnered up with Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream to create a limited release collection of flavors … [Read more...] about These Aren’t Your Grandma’s Vending Machines
Christie Pitney is a certified nurse midwife who was working at a federally funded health center in California’s Central Valley when the pandemic struck. In those early months, several of her patients struggled to get abortions. Under normal circumstances, the closest abortion clinic is 45 minutes away, but during the pandemic, clinics around the country suffered staff shortages and canceled services. Patients were having trouble getting to clinics even when they were open. advertisement advertisement This is part of a series of articles on the business case for abortion access. See the full package here. “My patients and the population in that area, they don’t have reliable transportation. They are working six to seven days a week,” she says. “They have childcare needs and don’t have reliable income. Most of them are either working in a packing house or in the fields.” And that’s in California, one of the most accessible states to get an … [Read more...] about In a post-‘Roe’ world, abortion pills won’t be enough
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The team is back for a season of baseball at T-Mobile Park and fans are sure to cheer the tasty selection of food and beverages. It’s Time To Play Ball While the Seattle Mariners hold the dubious distinction of being the lone team in major league baseball that’s never played in the World Series, the M’s have made history in some truly delicious ways. The stadium with the retractable roof — you might have heard that it sometimes rains in Seattle — opened in 1999 as Safeco Field. The fare back then was fair, with local favorites such as Ivar’s and Kidd Valley given a seat at the very large table. In 2011, The ‘Pen was updated and made a dramatic debut, a expansive space that was home to chef-driven food stands serving New Haven-style pizza and terrific tortas. The area near center field became one of the hottest singles spots in the city drawing huge crowds even without the promise of cheap beer. On the … [Read more...] about Seattle Mariners Serve A Winning Lineup At The Ballpark