Daily Column – 26th October 2021

Actionable suggestions to help you improve your financial situation. Because of a shortage of supplies, inflation, and fewer discounts, the holiday season is expected to be expensive. Additionally, you may be tempted to use a service that allows you to pay later for a purchase (also known as Buy Now Pay Later or BNPL) to make your … Read more

Daily Column – 25th October 2021

There’s a new alpha in the compet of meme currency, and it’s a big deal. Shiba inu coin has become the ninth most valuable cryptocurrency in the world surpassing dogecoin, thanks to a meteoric rise over the previous few weeks. During the previous month, it has increased by nearly 1,000 percent, and it has increased by more … Read more

Daily Column – 23rd October 2021

It’s easy to lose sight of just how big and powerful Apple is – until something like this occurs, at which point everything comes pouring back. Snap stock dropped 27 percent yesterday, its worst day in history, after the company revealed that an Apple privacy update was hurting its ad revenue on Thursday evening. The stock also … Read more

Daily Column – 22nd October 2021

What a long and bizarre journey this has been. Only slightly more than two years after its initial public offering (IPO) was smashed into a million documentary films, WeWork went public via SPAC yesterday. WeWork was valued at $9 billion in this transaction; in 2019 the firm was worth $47 billion. WeWork, although on a smaller … Read more

Daily Column – 20th October 2021

  The elite school in Western Massachusetts, Amherst College has declared that its they will no longer prioritise the admissions applications of children of graduates when reviewing their applications. As a result, the predilection for second-generation Mammoths—which account for approximately 11 percent of each class—is on the verge of being exterminated. Caltech, MIT, and any institution that begins … Read more

Daily Column – 19th October 2021

Netflix is the one and only actual winner of the Squid Games. The streaming service announced that it increased it customer base by 4.4 million in the most recent quarter, above analyst expectations. Considering that Netflix only had 5.5 million net members for the entire period of January to June of 2021, it appears that Netflix has regained … Read more

Daily Column – 18th October 2021

The famous twins who first thought of Social Media giant – Facebook, that is the Winklevoss brothers first filed an application for a bitcoin exchange-traded fund, 8 years back in 2013, marking the beginning of the cryptocurrency boom (ETF). After eight years and a slew of rejections, the first bitcoin-based exchange-traded fund (ETF) might begin trading today. Armed with a brokerage … Read more

Daily Column – 16th October 2021

Earlier this week, a federal advisory council unanimously voted to endorse booster shots of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for a broad variety of Americans, including children. The endorsement is applicable to persons over the age of 65, those over the age of 18 who have risk factors, and those who work in occupations where there … Read more

Daily Column – 12th October 2021

Yes, we’re still talking about NFTs, and Coinbase is opening a marketplace for the tokenized assets. Users will be able to purchase, sell, and mint NFTs on the marketplace, which will be known as Coinbase NFT. NFTs are digital tokens that prove you are the rightful owner of a digital asset. Coinbase also stated that it … Read more

Daily Column – 11th October 2021

Nobel prize for Peace Capping the selections for a week, the Nobel Peace Prize for the year 2021 was awarded on the morning of 8th October to two journalists Dmitry Muratov from Russia & Maria Ressa from the Philippines, with the committee who had cited the efforts of the journalists who fought for the freedom … Read more