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Google, Facebook and Twitter Could Reverse Crypto Trend

The major internet companies are setting policies to limit misinformation. But, once again, unintended consequences are arising from policy decisions. Recent decisions related to cryptocurrency ads are being questioned.

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  • This week, we discuss those decisions and explain why information is a powerful tool for crypto investors. You can learn more right here.

    Is Value Investing an Art or a Science?

    Doctors often describe medicine as part science and part art. What they mean by that is diagnosing a set of symptoms seems like something that is based in science. But, there is an art to the diagnosis. That’s because some cases are simply unique and sometimes, symptoms overlap.

    This is true not just for medicine but also to a number of other professions, including value investing. Find out more right here.

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    Follow a Nobel Prize Winning Economist into This Sector

    Let’s face it. Investing is hard work. Finance professors figured that out a long time ago. One, Harry Markowitz, realized investing could be so hard that few people will beat the market. He created a theory to explain what could be the best way to invest.

    We share that with you in this article.

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  • Evidence Trumps Fear for Income Investors

    Fear is widely used as a selling strategy. Do you need an extended warranty with that new item you just purchased? Odds say you probably don’t. Despite the low risk, many consumers still purchase them.

    Are you curious what this has to do with income investors? Find out here.