Month: July 2018

An interview with billionaire CEO of Citadel, Kenneth Griffin. In this interview, Kenneth discuses the two driving forces for getting ahead of the competition in investing and finance, talent and technology. Kenneth also talks about his background and the tools Citadel uses when investing. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA
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Key Findings Connecticut is struggling. The state is affluent, but a shrinking population and departing employers, coupled with mounting costs of government and the high taxes that pay for it, have the state headed in the wrong direction. The state’s high and economically inefficient taxes are only one of several reasons for the outmigration of
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Oaktree Capital’s Howard Marks presciently cautioned investors on the risks of high-flying technology growth stocks nearly two weeks ago. The investor was asked if he was worried about the soaring prices of FANG stocks, referring to the shares of Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google parent Alphabet at the Delivering Alpha Conference on July 18. “Yes.
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Will aging-by-app in today’s on-demand economy be an opportunity or disruption to the senior housing industry?Shutterstock Demography is destiny. Or at least that is the investment thesis for the senior housing industry. The fast expansion of the assisted living sector, in particular, is based on the overwhelming reality that for the next several decades the
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Photo by Max Whittaker/Getty Images In an editorial this past Wednesday, the editorial staff of California’s leading newspaper called on the leadership of CalPERS and CalSTRS, the pension funds of the government employees of California and the public school teachers of the state, not to let
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The market’s favorite technology stocks are tanking as investors growing concerned over the companies’ ambitious growth targets following disappointing financial results from Facebook and Netflix this month. The NYSE FANG+ index is down more than 10 percent from its high of 3,062.88 in mid-June after its 2.7 percent drop Monday to the 2,737 level. FANG
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