Dow’s Future Clouded as Ex-White House Official Rules Out July Rate Cut

The Dow Jones and the broader U.S. stock market were in solid form in the first half of 2019 despite geopolitical tensions on several fronts. The Dow and the S&P 500 hit new highs a week ago thanks to the Federal Reserve’s dovish monetary policy outlook.  But former White House communications director Anthony “The Mooch” …

Ethereum to Skyrocket by 70 Percent Against Bitcoin, Predicts Analyst

By CCN Markets: On May 21, a pseudonymous cryptocurrency technical analyst named “Rampage” posted on Twitter that ETH/BTC is about ready to catch up to ETH/USD. In a tweet, the attached an image in which the price action of two markets is overlaid in a single chart. The analyst predicts that Ethereum will move higher …

Justin Sun Says Warren Buffett Has Been ‘Misled’ on Crypto & Blockchain

By CCN: Tron Founder Justin Sun rocked Wall Street when he made the winning bid for the coveted lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett. In one fell swoop, he was able not only to capture the attention of bitcoin-hater Buffett but also CNBC’s Becky Quick, who until now has echoed the sentiment of her golden …

Tron CEO’s Childish Warren Buffett Stunt Batters BTT Cryptocurrency

By CCN: The BitTorrent cryptocurrency price tanked over 6% in Monday trading after Tron CEO Justin Sun’s latest announcement stunt flopped in hilarious fashion. Tron Founder Will Pitch Crypto to Bitcoin Hater Warren Buffett It turns out Sun was the mystery bidder who won a charity lunch auction to dine with investing oracle Warren Buffett. …

Forget Overhyped Billion-Dollar Tech Unicorns, Bitcoin Is the Best Startup Ever

By CCN: 2019 has been the year of the hot tech IPO. Already, Uber, Lyft, Pinterest, and Beyond Meat have headlined the group of new companies coming to market. That’s not all. WeWork, AirBnb, and Slack are among other hot tech companies that are rumored to be listing their shares later this year. Some of …

Facebook Investor Revolt Won’t Stop Mark Zuckerberg

By CCN: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg will face another symbolic vote today to oust him as chairman of the board. Facebook shareholders NorthStar Asset Management and Trillium Asset Management have long sought to remove Zuckerberg as the company’s chairman. The vote to repeal and replace Mark Zuckerberg with someone better for Facebook’s health …