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What Boris Johnson Doesn’t Understand About Brexit – Brexit Explained

In a recent interview, Boris Johnson admitted to not understanding GATT Article 24 Paragraph 5(c). Now that sounds very very niche, but it’s actually fundamental to his Brexit plan. In this video, we explain what it is that Johnson doesn’t understand and what this means for him and his plan.

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Investing in Small-Cap Biotech through Hedge Funds

After analyzing small-cap biotech data from 2007 on, Akash Goyal has found that higher hedge fund ownership is positively correlated with forward returns and that stocks with higher short interest are correlated with negative forward returns.

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Why You Probably Shouldn’t Be Investing In Bitcoin

There Are Two Popular Stereotypes of Bitcoin Investors The first is that bitcoin users are tech/finance people who are made ridiculous amounts of money from investing in bitcoin before the bubble. This is true. The second is that a lot of bitcoin users are engaging in drug dealing, illegal gambling, and money laundering. The second […]

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Goldman Sachs: Follow the ‘Smart Money’ Stocks

Investors tend to focus on stocks that hedge funds are buying. Or stocks that mutual funds are buying. But Goldman Sachs has found that it is the stocks that overlap both these categories that are delivering the strongest returns right now. “Great minds think alike,” Goldman Sachs’ David Kostin wrote in a report. “The median shared […]

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U.K.'s 50-Pound Note to Feature Enigma Code-Cracker Turing

Jul.15 — Alan Turing, code breaker and father of artificial intelligence, was chosen from almost 1,000 eligible nominations from the field of science as the face of the U.K.’s new polymer 50-pound note. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Alex Webb has the details on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” Webb’s opinions are his own.

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Why Serious Day Traders Need A Specialized Broker

The types of brokers that cater to day traders are very different than the types of brokers that many retail traders normally think of. Whereas retail investors are normally making long-term investments, day traders are starting and ending the day with no open positions – and placing a large volume of trades in the meantime. […]

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