Month: December 2019

Chrome Browser Extension Ethereum Wallet Injects Malicious JavaScript To Steal Data An (ETH) wallet known as “Shitcoin Wallet” is reportedly injecting malicious javascript code from open browser windows to steal data from its users. On Dec. 30, cybersecurity and anti-phishing expert Harry Denley warned about the potential breach in a tweet: According to Denley’s tweet,
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With 2019 drawing to a close, investors should carefully plot out their stocks to buy for January. For one thing, the holiday season typically provides folks with extra time to digest the events of the outgoing year and to strategize for the upcoming one. Given the many market drivers that we saw over the trailing
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Thanks to the emergence of the Millennial generation and its subsequent societal and workplace shifts, the fast-food industry has become even more complex and competitive. Old rules simply don’t apply, which partially explains why Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG) has surged in the markets. Since the start of 2019, the Chipotle stock price has nearly doubled.
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Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) is up nearly 200% from its May 1 IPO price of $25. Investors who bought some of the shares during the company’s IPO either sold  them for a hefty profit or are still holding onto them,  satisfied with their gains.  Source: calimedia / Shutterstock.com However, anyone who bought the stock in late
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Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) is up 35% from its November lows. Based on that data point alone, some investors may glean that the stock is doing quite well. Because most investors know how bad cannabis stocks have been though, they realize that’s not the case. Source: Shutterstock In fact, it’s far from reality — and not
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The election of a clear majority government in the UK after years of Brexit deadlock won’t make all the nation’s considerable economic and social difficulties disappear but it does remove uncertainty as to what the British Brexit policy will be. This is likely to see overseas investment return to Sterling. Prime Minister Boris Johnson could
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White House trade advisor Peter Navarro on Tuesday predicted the Dow Jones Industrial Average will hit “at least” 32,000 in 2020. That would be 12.4% higher than Monday’s close. “I’m looking forward to a great 2020,” Navarro told CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “Forecast wise, I’m seeing closer to 3% real GDP growth than 2%. I’m seeing
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Shares of Chinese premium electric vehicle (EV) maker NIO (NYSE:NIO) surged higher yesterday after the company reported strong third-quarter earnings which beat analysts’ average revenue and profit expectations and included healthy fourth-quarter guidance. The results also confirmed that Nio’s recent sales and margin trends are dramatically improving, and indicated that 2020 is shaping up to
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