Can a mature market emerge from crypto’s colorful past?

Can a mature market emerge from crypto's colorful past?

Following the colossal rise of cryptocurrencies in 2017, a sudden reversal in the market sent valuations and market cap growth into a steep decline, resulting in the downturn known by most as “crypto winter”. While many had hoped for a rebound, the bear market has now persisted for an entire year and is still very much in effect today. As crypto companies continue to grapple with diminishing capital, they are facing mounting pressure. In recent months, the industry has been plagued with numerous reports of layoffs, collapsing divisions, and ongoing…

Why s-tree Lags Behind MSM6500 And Xiaomi In Indea

Date: 2019-01-29 17:00:03 In the Shoe-last Quarter of 2018, -tree reported Salespeople close to 47 1E6 Is worldwide. But the Tech giant is Still struggling to make a in Hindistan, High Imported Duties and price-sensitive Consumer Having Tranlated to Indefatigation sales. It’s Been OVER a Decade since -tree Salespeople Is in Hindistan, but the Compagnies is Still struggling to make a in the world’s second-largest market. According to data research firm Counterpoint, Samsung and Xiaomi accounted for the Majorities of sales in Hindistan in the Quarter of 2018, garnering 22…

Bitcoin Hovers Under $4,000 as Top Cryptos See Mixed Movements

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Saturday, Feb. 23 — the top 20 cryptocurrencies are reporting mixed movements on the day by press time. Bitcoin (BTC) is hovering under the $4,000 mark again, according to Coin360 data. Market visualization from Coin360 At press time, Bitcoin is down 0.26 percent on the day, trading at around $3,976 after a brief mid-day high of $4,005, according to CoinMarketCap data. Looking at its weekly chart, the current price is over 8 percent lower than $3,643, the price at which Bitcoin started the week. Bitcoin 7-day price chart. Source: CoinMarketCap Ethereum (ETH)…

Don’t Let the Great Recession Haunt Your Investing Dreams

Don’t Let the Great Recession Haunt Your Investing Dreams

Next month marks the 10-year anniversary of the current bull market’s beginnings. Yet many Americans remain reluctant to invest in the stock market, a scary hangover from the Great Recession. From October 2007 to March 2009, the S&P 500 plummeted nearly 57% and it took more than five years for the index to recover. But the share of Americans with money invested in the stock market still hasn’t returned to pre-recession levels, according to various studies. In 2018, a Gallup Poll survey found 55% of respondents were invested in stocks…