• Lidar stocks soar after report that Apple is working on a car for 2024
    PUBLISHED MON, DEC 21 20206:24 PM ESTUPDATED TUE, DEC 22 20206:21 PM EST Kif Leswing@KIFLESWING Reuters reported on Monday that Apple is aiming to start production of an Apple-branded car for consumers as soon as 2024. That boosted the stocks of two companies that make lidar sensors, a core component for self-driving cars that allows […]
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  • ADAPTIVE AD SYSTEMS CONTINUES 2020 ELECTION CYCLE RECORD REVENUE IN DECEMBER
    GEORGIA RUN-OFF ELECTION TO CONTRIBUTE TO YEAR-END AD SALES December 8, 2020, Vancouver, Washington. Adaptive Ad Systems, Inc. (OTC:AATV), today announces that it continues 2020 election cycle record revenue in December. Adaptive previously reported that it had generated two additional months of record revenue for October and November 2020, after having already reported  the largest revenue […]
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  • ADAPTIVE AD SYSTEMS REPORTS TWO MORE RECORD MONTHS FOR OCTOBER & NOVEMBER 2020
    Political Advertising Increased in Final Election Months December 2, 2020, Vancouver, Washington. Adaptive Ad Systems, Inc. (OTC:AATV), today announces that it generated two additional months of record revenue for October and November 2020, after having recently reporting the largest revenue for any months of August and September in the Company’s history.   Adaptive and its subsidiary companies provide Dynamic […]
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  • The Future of Pay TV Looks Very Different Now
    Jeff Kagan There are plenty of news stories in the media about how cable TV is shrinking and how this is impacting every player. Oftentimes, however, the media does a poor job of explaining that pay TV is changing, not dying. Investors, customers, workers and more need to understand the difference between cable TV and […]
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  • 3 Stocks to Buy if You’re Worried About The Recession
    They’re all performing well amid the coronavirus pandemic and should protect your portfolio while the U.S. economy is in a serious downturn. David Jagielski (TMFdjagielski) Jun 21, 2020 at 8:49AM The coronavirus pandemic has sent the U.S. economy into a deep recession, which began in February. In March, a broad market plunge sent many stocks into […]
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  • Stocks will revisit their coronavirus crash low, and here’s when to expect it
    Published: April 11, 2020 at 4:26 p.m. ET By Mark Hulbert U.S. market history points to a final bottom in August Is the great coronavirus bear market of 2020 now history? Many exuberant bulls would have you believe that it is, since the S&P 500 SPX, +1.44% is now more than 20% higher than its mid-March low. That satisfies […]
  • Tilray, Inc. Announces Pricing of its $90.4 Million Registered Offering
    March 13, 2020 09:10 AM Eastern Daylight Time NANAIMO, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tilray, Inc. (“Tilray” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: TLRY), a global pioneer in cannabis production, research, cultivation and distribution, announced today that it has priced an underwritten registered offering of 7,250,000 shares of its Class 2 common stock and, in lieu of Class 2 common […]
  • Chaos of 2020 Can’t Match 2008 But the Gut Punch Feels Familiar
    By  Liz McCormick – David Goodman   March 10, 2020, 7:44 AM PDT Updated on March 10, 2020, 8:29 AM PDT Difference of opinion on how long and how deep this one goes  ‘Lowest since 2008,’ ‘highest since 2008’ are common refrains With world markets ablaze, it’s tempting to compare these dizzying days to the last time so […]
  • Retiring Into a Shaky Market? Think Long Term Anyway
    Americans in their mid-60s could live nearly three more decades, research shows, so a healthy dose of stock in your portfolio is actually prudent now. By Tara Siegel Bernard If you’re on the cusp of retirement of retirement or have just stopped working, it’s hard to tune out the stock market’s recent gyrations. Most investors who […]
  • Should You Buy the Dip Is a Question Only You Can Answer
     It’s smart not to panic in a falling market. But that doesn’t mean you should get aggressive instead. By Suzanne Woolley and Liz McCormick When equity markets fall, there’s always a chorus urging you to take advantage of the opportunity to buy stocks for less than they cost the day before. Everyone loves a bargain, and […]
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