Month: January 2019

Investors shouldn’t gauge the state of semiconductors on Nvidia‘s vulnerabilities because the overall market is still in a good position, T.J. Rodgers, co-founder of Cypress Semiconductor, told CNBC on Tuesday. “I wouldn’t worry too much about Nvidia,” he said on “Squawk Alley” a day after the chipmaker chopped its fiscal fourth-quarter sales forecastby more than
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A collection of skateboard decks sold at Sotheby’s Friday to a Vancouver collector for $800,000. Sotheby’s announced Friday morning that a young Vancouver collector, named Carson Guo, bought the set of 248 skate decks made by Supreme. The collection included all of the decks produced by Supreme between 1998 and 2018. It is the highest
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If you’ve fallen victim to financial fraud, getting back the money you lost takes time — if it’s ever recovered at all. Take the latest developments with Woodbridge Group of Companies, a real estate investing firm that has been implicated, along with its former owner and related companies, for bilking 8,400 retail investors, many of
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An American flag flies outside the headquarters building of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Dec. 22, 2018. (Photocredit: Zach Gibson/Bloomberg).© 2018 Bloomberg Finance LP The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced that a federal court in Florida has ordered Woodbridge Group of Companies LLC and its
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More investors are feeling jittery about the market. And their No. 1 concern is the political landscape in Washington. That’s according to the latest retail investor sentiment report released by Charles Schwab. The results are based on an online survey conducted in December, before the partial federal shutdown, which began on Dec. 22 and lasted
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When it comes to high-growth technology stocks, Wall Street often advises investors to look beyond the short-term numbers — especially when they are bad. In the case of Netflix, the numbers look fine right now, but there is still a fundamental question about the streaming video service’s long-term future that should give investors pause. The
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These days, ever more unique spaces are becoming a part of the real estate market. From micro-units in converted malls and factories to apartment complexes born from stained-glass churches, the way that investors, developers and buyers are viewing space potential is changing. In order to stay up-to-date with all of the potential changes, investors and
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