• SNAP’s Sentiment-Fueled Roller Coaster
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    When #Snap Inc (SNAP), the company behind the massively popular #social media app #Snapchat, announced an IPO, there was massive investor interest. Most of the widely regarded social media industry leaders had gone public up to that point, with the last social media IPO being Twitter in 2013, and Snapchat was (and is) rising as […]

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  • Investigation: Nike’s Involvement in Secondary Sneaker Market
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    ***This report will focus solely on Nike (which consists 96% of secondary market sneaker resells) and its competitors in the North American market. It is important to note that sneaker markets also exist in other regions, although less so than in North America. This, perhaps, may be attributed to a stronger cultural predilection towards celebrity […]

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  • Raising The Standard: Economic Issues In China
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          The globe is controlled by economics, every nation fighting for the top spot. Countries with larger economies possess a higher level of leadership and power. However, the fight for a peak position can come at several costs. Most air pollution has come from countries within the eastern hemisphere who are now being held accountable. China, […]

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  • Samsung Note 7, The End
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    On October 11, 2016, Samsung announced that it will discontinue the production and the sales of the Note 7 as the refurbished ones were able to catch on fire and explode. The Korean technology giant has been competing with Apple for a while now. The Note 7 was a great rival to the iPhone series […]

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  • Only Pessimists Buy Gold
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    A stock report on Newmont Mining Corporation Newmont Mining Corporation is a diversified holding company founded in 1916 by William Boyce Thompson. Specializing in gold investments, Newmont has an approximate reservation of 92 million ounces of gold in equity and operates mines spanning across 5 continents. Due to the fact that Newmont Mining Corporation primarily […]

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  • Insider Trading Scandal: Leon Cooperman and Omega Advisors
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    On Wednesday, September 21st, The Securities and Exchange Commission, commonly abbreviated to SEC, sued billionaire hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman for insider trading.   What is insider trading?   Insider trading refers to the process of buying or selling a security, such as a company’s stock, when in the possession of confidential, particularly helpful information […]

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  • AMD… Just Waking Up, or Past Curfew?
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    When one thinks of computer chips in the present day, the brand that comes to mind is Intel. The computer they are using probably has an Intel chip, as does mine. But Intel is like any company, and much like a malignant cancer, one of Intel’s competitors is coming back once again to bite them […]

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