3D printing disruptive technology is more than fun variations on printing or a neat way to showcase new 3D printing systems. Let’s say this: If you find the idea of background checks or licensing for would-be gun owners restrictive, just make your own. When it comes to disruptive technologies, the next big thing is already...Read More →
The social media bubble has a lot of attention these days. The prognosticators of tech have their eyes trained on the changes of social media today and if you’re old enough to remember the old days of the dotcom boom, you’re also old enough to remember the fantastic rollercoaster ride that preceded its own implosion....Read More →
The bitcoin currency exchange might be a revolution. What else can you buy at $93.03 and sell at $1,124.37 just eight months later? That’s exactly what would have happened if you’d bought Bitcoins on March 30, 2013 and liquidated on November 30th. (11) A 12-times return in just eight months. Safe? Not especially. Yet the...Read More →
The recent spate of reported suicides among high profile bankers has gotten conspiracy theorists in a bona fide tizzy . Across the pond in England, ex-Deutsche Bank exec William Broeksmit committed suicide by hanging on January 26. A day later, a chief economist for Russell Investments named Mike Deuker reportedly leaped to his death down...Read More →
Traders have long used moving averages to measure momentum and define areas of support and resistance. Moving averages are calculated by averaging the value of a security’s price over a set amount of time, with the result being a curve that smooths price fluctuations. This tool’s main weakness lies in how it is calculated; because...Read More →
FOREX- The yen earlier earlier trimmed some of its gains as a 100-basis-point drop versus the dollar spurred vague talk of yen-selling intervention by Japanese authorities. Traders later said there was no intervention, but they were wary Japan may act to stem a sharp yen rise, especially if the dollar were to fall below 80 yen.
The Euro rises on rates Friday after remarks by a European Central Bank member revived expectations of higher interest rates in the euro zone. The single currency has been intermittently pressured this week by Middle East tensions and investors focusing on the 17-nation currency bloc’s still-unresolved debt problems. But Friday, ECB executive board member Lorenzo Bini...Read More →
Euro strength today is capping off a rebound week against the US dollar with the EUR/USD pair reaching 1.3650 in Friday’s forex trading. The pair is demonstrating renewed bullishness this week after a retreat from the 1.3861 February 1st high to a February 14th low of 1.3428. Today’s action has seen the pair ascend with...Read More →