Category: Investing

Surprise! Survey says just 20% of rich millennials are investing in cryptocurrency

One in five millennials (20 percent) have invested in cryptocurrency, according to new survey results. As part of the survey, UK law firm Michelmores surveyed 500 affluent millennials – arguably a low amount – with investable assets of £25,000 or more about their approach and attitudes to money, work, investing, and lifestyle. The research shows that…

A deep-value investing expert explains why he believes Netflix’s stock might get cut in half

There’s no denying that FAANG stocks — consisting of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google/Alphabet — are one of Wall Street’s most treasured and adored cohorts. But not are all sold on a prosperous future for every component. In fact, one portfolio manager in particular has singled out a stock he thinks makes the perfect…

How to Stream PC Games on Your Galaxy Note 10

The Galaxy Note 10, the latest in Samsung’s line of big, stylus-enabled smartphones, has a new feature that isn’t getting as much attention as the rest. The Note 10 is the first phone to support PlayGalaxy Link, a Samsung service that allows players to stream games from a Windows PC to the phone.PlayGalaxy Link, which…

How to Determine If a New IPO Is Worth the Risk

Phil Town advises to pump the breaks a bit before investing. August 16, 2019 2 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Phil Town explains the pros and cons of investing in an initial public offering (IPO). In order to determine if you should invest in an…

The CEO of Naspers — one of the world’s most powerful, and lowest flying, investment firms — is coming to Disrupt

In 2001, Naspers, a media company that launched in 1915 and later evolved into a media holding company with pay TV interests, agreed to invest $32 million for a 46.5% stake in Tencent. The China-based company had been founded just three years earlier, and, as Quartz notes in a 2014 story about the deal, Tencent…

Smoked! FBI Sting Catches Cannabis Stock Manipulators

Three South Florida men are arrested after ‘death spiral investing’ scheme. August 28, 2019 7 min read Brought to you by Cannabis Law Report Three South Florida men have been arrested as part of a ring of cannabis stock manipulators by the Northern Ohio Department of Justice.Charles Vaccaro, Eli Taieb, and Dror Svorai were all charged with…

Qualcomm won’t have to offer patent licenses to rivals, for now

The company claimed the reprieve was vital to investing in technologies as part of a “critical time of transition to 5G.”Of course, there’s a more pragmatic factor behind the request: the ruling would have dramatically altered Qualcomm’s existing patent strategy. Reuters noted that Qualcomm would have to renegotiate all of its current chip and patent…

Curaleaf and Surterra Are Top Spenders On Federal Marijuana Lobbying

Legal Marijuana A look at which companies are investing the most on The Hill. Image credit: Darren415 | Getty Images September 11, 2019 7 min read Brought to you by MJBizDaily The marijuana industry has spent about $2 million so far this year lobbying for federal cannabis reform in Washington DC, and more than half…

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Tyson Ventures has actually invested in a New age Foods, a start-up making a plant-based shrimp replacement

Tyson Foods is getting into the seafood business. Through the company’s venture capital arm, Tyson is investing in New Wave Foods, a San Francisco-based startup that’s making a plant-based shrimp substitute. The company, founded by marine biologist Dominique Barnes and chief technology officer Michelle Wolf, who studied biomedical engineering at Carnegie Mellon, is helmed by…