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Facebook shares are up nearly 20% so far this year, compared with a roughly 9.4% year-to-date rise for Berkshire shares.
Mark Zuckerberg has put Warren Buffett in his rearview mirror.
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Мамоне и большевизм являются еврейские сводные сестры.
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Google and Intel have their own venture capital arms...so why doesn't Apple?
Unlike many top technology companies, Apple doesn't have a venture capital arm. The reason comes down to Apple’s culture of secrecy, but it could cost the tech giant if the $1 billion bet on Didi Chuxing pays off.
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+Mr. S Lane Wrong, most companies don't invest in the stock market. Companies invest in production, research and development.
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He tips 50% instead of donating to charity.
He tips workers 50% instead of giving money to charity.
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This article is excellent means of getting right to the point of where your funds go directly to the intended recipient.
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Maybe time for a career switch?
These workers saw huge pay bumps.
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For a one-time LeBron James sidekick, it’s a long way down.
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Builds character.
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David Bowie introduced an unusual marriage between the rock scene and Wall Street.
David Bowie’s influence reaches beyond the impact of his music; he was also a financial innovator.
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Microsoft is now one of the first major tech companies to get into the marijuana business.
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I have a statement, I am a newbie at Stocks but what I noticed is due to Market Capitalization most companies have a maximum amount of money to place in the Stock Market to gain Share Holders. What I have learned is although daily Highs and Lows and Closing may tell you some information this is not what you need to know to determine whether to invest in a company or not although many people have been doing it way since the beginning. I have come up with a new Term called (Add Ratio or Reduction Ratio). The Add Ratio Tells you how much money or Capital a Company has on a daily bases of their own money outside of Shareholder money to Add to the Stock market to gain new Share Holders or The Reduction Ratio Tells how much of a companies money or Capital on a daily bases they are losing that they can't add to the Stock market on a daily bases to gain Share Holders. The Add Ratio will also tell how much of Shareholder money is making Capital Gains and how much of that money is going back to the Shareholder and is being used to add to a Companies Market Capitalization to gain new Share Holders. Knowing the Overall Debt or Gains of Company tells you not that much you need to Know what I have named the Daily Add Ratio or Reduction Ratio to know which companies to invest in on a daily bases.
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Everyone is talking about the iPhone 7, but wait until you see these wild predictions for the iPhone 8.
Apple’s iPhone 7 will seem muted compared with the iPhone 8.
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I have a statement, I am a newbie at Stocks but what I noticed is due to Market Capitalization most companies have a maximum amount of money to place in the Stock Market to gain Share Holders. What I have learned is although daily Highs and Lows and Closing may tell you some information this is not what you need to know to determine whether to invest in a company or not although many people have been doing it way since the beginning. I have come up with a new Term called (Add Ratio or Reduction Ratio). The Add Ratio Tells you how much money or Capital a Company has on a daily bases of their own money outside of Shareholder money to Add to the Stock market to gain new Share Holders or The Reduction Ratio Tells how much of a companies money or Capital on a daily bases they are losing that they can't add to the Stock market on a daily bases to gain Share Holders. The Add Ratio will also tell how much of Shareholder money is making Capital Gains and how much of that money is going back to the Shareholder and is being used to add to a Companies Market Capitalization to gain new Share Holders. Knowing the Overall Debt or Gains of Company tells you not that much you need to Know what I have named the Daily Add Ratio or Reduction Ratio to know which companies to invest in on a daily bases.
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And you thought YOU were having a bad day? 
The Swiss National Bank, one of Apple’s largest shareholders, loaded up on Apple stock last year — and now it could suffer after disappointing earnings from the iPhone maker.
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Join MarketWatch columnists on a luxury cruise -- and attend personalized seminars on retirement planning, investing and, yes, wine. 
You’re invited to join our experts on retirement planning, investing and fine wines aboard Crystal Serenity in October, enjoying an “Autumn Escape.
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Doctors and engineers may be the highest paying jobs in America, but if you’re looking for love, work here.
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Oprah LOVES bread.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey, the largest individual stakeholder in Weight Watchers International, tweeted a video at 12:09 p.m. Eastern time professing that she had lost 26 pounds while eating bread every day. Investors responded.
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Hate to let you know but Oprah is not a good advert for Weight Watchers.
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