Don’t listen to the folks who say Bitcoin will never be a store of value. It’s actually right on track, following in the footsteps of every other significant store of value that’s come into the world. There’s no guarantee it will stay on that path, but if it does, the opportunities are significant.
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This article is a compilation of three true stories about precious metals. The first two are proof that precious metals are an excellent store of value. The last one reminds us to be cautious of market cycles and to time our gold purchases accordingly.
It's the Federal Reserve Board that holds the most sway over the direction of interest rates and it's the free markets that determine the price of oil. What kind of pull does one have on the other, to such an extent that they seem to trade in tandem?
Two years after prosecutors filed an indictment charging David T. Shulick, former president of the Bala Cynwyd-based Delaware Valley High School Management Corp., of embezzling funds from the School District of Philadelphia (SDP), the jury had an answer: Guilty. In addition, the jury found Shulick guilty of conspiring with Chaka Fattah, Jr. to embezzle funds from the School District of Philadelphia, as well as bank fraud, making a false statement to PNC Bank, and filing false tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Less than one-third (31%) of middle-income boomers feel prepared for retirement and lower-income boomers feel even less prepared. So what is driving this lack of preparedness and uneasiness?
Chinese property speculators are starting to bet on a rapid improvement in relations between North Korea and the rest of the world, pushing up prices in the border city of Dandong and even spurring buying interest in the world’s most isolated country.
While the U.S. is still mapping the path to real-time payments, and scrutinizing the disappointing penetration of mobile payments, China is well on the way to being a cardless, as well as a cashless, society. […] Part of the reason we see radical change in markets like China is the lack of inertia associated with well-established banking business models.