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Where to Invest in This Unstable Market Capital Sources [Video]

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In this blog post, we take a look at the current state of the stock market and explore investment opportunities. Although many investors may be feeling like they need to stay in cash during times of uncertainty, there are still areas that offer stability. We’ll give you some strategies for investing your money wisely in this unstable market and making sure it grows. Yes, you can take advantage of today’s environment.

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How Unstable Is Today’s Market?

The stock market is unpredictable and can be volatile. And while the market is unstable currently, it’s still a good way to make money. Volatile markets are best for short-term trades with lower risk investments. On the other hand, stable stocks are best for long-term investing.

Expert market watchers, including Michael Burry, who predicted the housing crash of 2008-2009, have predicted for the last several …

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InvestorChannel's Psychedelics Watchlist Update for Friday, May, 14, 2021, 16:00 EST [Video]

InvestorChannel’s Psychedelics Stocks Watchlist Update video includes the Top 5 Performers of the Day, and a performance review of the companies InvestorChannel is following in the sector.Sources Include: Yahoo Finance, AlphaVantage FinnHub & CSE. For more information, visit us at InvestorIntel.com or email us at info@investorintel.com Watchlist Companies:– NewLeaf Brands Inc (NLB.CN) 1.00 (12.36%)n- New […]

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Gaetz to General: Brightest Minds In America Are Working On Memes, Not Interested In Defense | Video [Video]

Rep. Matt Gaetz addressed National Security Agency administrator and the Commander of United States Cyber Command Gen. Nakasone on the problem of retaining talented people in the Department of Defense workforce at a United States House Armed Services Subcommittee hearing on Friday.GAETZ: I also want to associate myself with the comments of the Ranking Member of the full committee regarding the workforce and recruitment. We all know why you have retention problems. It is because the private sector pays multiples what we would be able to pay people and while pay certainly isn't the only thing that motivates folks it certainly can contribute to a lack of retention of some of this high-end talent. It used to be the case you know not too long ago that the brightest minds in Silicon Valley were working on cyber and munitions and lasers. The Department of Defense was the most important customer and often the most important investor and now I'm concerned that the brightest minds in America are working on likes and shares and memes and other activities that don't directly connect to the mission of the department and so I think it's essentially critical for us to follow the thread that Ranking Member Rogers laid out to actually develop more of that pipeline earlier.