Many analysts believe that the only way to reconcile the immediate energy needs of an ever growing global population and curb carbon emissions at the same time is to turn to nuclear power.
One of the best performing sectors in the equity market is the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index known as the SOXX. Typically the sector is very prone to boom and bust cycles as the surge in demand leads to overbuilding of foundries and flood of supply
Bitcoin was down more than 8% in overnight trade hitting a low of 38,500 after Chinese regulators directed banks and financial payment firms not to offer clients any services involving cryptocurrency including currency exchanges, registration, trading, clearing and settlement.
Yesterday’s inflation data shocked the market with core CPI readings hitting a 26 year high as base effects, supply shortages and resurgence of demand created this biggest jump in price conditions in decades.
But while the public health emergency remains a terrible cost of stress to those societies and economies the region may soon see an unexpected boom in economic activity and investors are beginning to take notice.
This month marks the 20th anniversary of the QQQ – the Nasdaq ETF, one of the most profitable financial products ever invented. If an investor allocated $100 each week to the QQQ presently his portfolio would be worth approximately $668.000 or about three times the total investable capital.