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Why a ‘Mad Money Account’ Could be the Perfect Failsafe

It's estimated that about 50 percent of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. And of the marriages that end in divorce, it's estimated that about 20 percent of all marital breakups in some way involve money. Yes, money can lead to a slew of problems. On the one hand, money isn't everything. But on the other hand, you can't live without it — so it's a necessity. Not surprisingly, a lot of money issues between couples occur over differences in opinion on what's important to spend on. He, for instance, might want to put a good chunk ...Continue reading

Sports Gambling, One Year Later — Was it Worth It?

It's been one year since the U.S. Supreme Court overruled a decision that limited sports gambling to the state of Nevada, and a lot has certainly happened in this 12-month span. While college and pro sports leagues seem to be split on legalized gambling as it pertains to their games, ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports, is going all-in on a future that involves gambling as a big part of it. Evidence of this is ESPN's recently announced plans to build a sports gambling TV hub on the Las Vegas strip in the area once occupied by the Imperial Palace. ...Continue reading

How Much Longer Can Social Media Ignore its Censorship Problem?

With Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms taking action to censor content, as well as banning individuals they deem harmful, a significant amount of discourse has been opened regarding free speech and censorship. What is the role of social media in our world, and what should be done about the increasing amounts of censorship? Is censorship necessary to protect a platform's users — and should a private platform be pressured to censor its content at all? First: freedom of speech is commonly misunderstood. Freedom of speech applies to censorship from the government: the government is not allowed to demand that Facebook ...Continue reading

Northrop Grumman is Doing VERY Well in the Trump Era

A single share of Northrop Grumman Corporation (NOC) sells for around $295. The company made slightly more than $8.16 billion in sales this past quarter, beating Wall Street expectations by a slim margin. Northrop Grumman's profitability came in about 50 cents higher than expectations. However, company leaders indicate there might be minimal profit growth this year. 

 This forewarning of slightly disappointing quarterly growth should not worry investors as Northrop executives have a track record of rolling out conservative estimates only to blow right past them months later with spectacular earnings reports. If you are looking for a rock-solid defense ...Continue reading

Beyond Meat Breaks IPO Records — and Then Starts to Fall

Beyond Meat: the record-breaking stock that is inspiring some analysts to compare it to Bitcoin. While many were skeptical of the IPO initially, it quickly proved the cynics wrong: just a week after its IPO, it had gained 240% of its value. But the heightened value of this stock also leads to questions regarding its volatility, and for many it still isn't a "buy." In fact, it's started falling in recent days, and may just continue to fall.

 Beyond Meat (BYND) is the first major stock to come to market for vegetable-based "meat" products. Beyond Meat makes "ground beef" and "ground beef ...Continue reading

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