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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Just a handful of long-term bond funds are cheap to own for a brief interval. Shutterstock If you want to make a bet on declining interest rates, shares in a fund that owns long-term bonds are a good option. This table ranks exchange-traded long-term bond funds on
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IBM Chief Human Resource Officer Diane Gherson Diane Gherson/IBM When it comes to the forefront of the global human resources landscape, Diane Gherson is someone you want to know. As Chief Human Resource Officer at IBM, Diane has helped to revolutionize IBM over the past 13 years. Under her leadership, she has transformed global workforce
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When the “Woodstock of Capitalism” took place a few weeks ago, aka Berkshire Hathaway’s BRK.A, +0.54% BRK.B, +0.52%  annual meeting, the Warren Buffett fetishists came out in full force and saturated investing websites, CNBC and YouTube with their gee-whiz commentary. I respect Buffett and I have learned a lot from him. But I’m getting tired
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The Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Co., the joint action agency for municipal utilities in the commonwealth, has sold its ownership interests in W.F. Wyman Station Unit 4, in Yarmouth, Maine. The company sold the output of the Wyman Project’s ownership interests to sold to 12 municipal light plants in Massachusetts. Participants include municipal utilities in
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Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Verizon – Verizon reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.23 per share, 3 cents a share above estimates. Revenue came in below Wall Street forecasts, however. Verizon added a net 245,000 phone subscribers during the quarter, above the 163,000 that analysts surveyed by FactSet had been forecasting.
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According to CoinDesk, LedgerX has launched the first physically-settled Bitcoin futures contracts in the US. The news comes at a time when Intercontinental Exchange’s Bakkt and TD Ameritrade’s ErisX have struggled to launch amid regulation issues. LedgerX Launches Bitcoin Futures Contracts LedgerX is now the first Bitcoin futures provider in the US that offers physical
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Sheryl Palmer, CEO, Taylor Morrison Home Corp. Scott Mlyn | CNBC It didn’t take long, but the build-for-rent space is starting to get a little crowded. Scottsdale, Arizona-based Taylor Morrison just announced a partnership with Christopher Todd Communities, also based in the state, to build single-family, rent-only communities. It’s part of a trend of builders
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In this two part video tutorial, Trading 212 shows you how to trade moving averages. You will learn how to use moving averages to identify the trend direction, determine support and resistance levels to enter and exit trades and how moving average crossovers can help confirm trend reversals. Catch up with Part 1 – http://youtu.be/4R2CDbw4g88
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin These 15 funds are the cheapest in their categories for short-term speculations.  Shutterstock Owning a bond fund is one way to bet on a decline in interest rates. The table ranks the cheapest exchange-traded funds for three-month holding costs on a $10,000 investment. 3-month Holding Cost*
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The Takeaway Bitcoin derivatives provider LedgerX announced it has launched the first physically-settled bitcoin futures contracts in the U.S. Wednesday. The contracts, which pay traders out in bitcoin, rather than U.S. dollars, will be available to both institutional and retail investors. Customers can deposit bitcoin, rather than dollars, when buying a contract. LedgerX has beaten
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