The pandemic has inevitably brought upon some unfortunate situations. In an effort to curb this and assist millions of Americans, stimulus payments were given out. To help those that may be unsure with what to do with this extra cash, I developed a process to help readers narrow down their options.
In light of recent massive spikes in cryptocurrency, many new investors have joined the fray with a “can’t lose” mentality. In actuality, having money invested in cryptocurrency right now is anything but a “can’t lose” situation.
The online education industry is expected to experience rapid growth during the COVID-19 pandemic since the majority of schools are closed. The leading online education companies such as Chegg, Coursera, and Udacity may have promising long-term growth due to the COVID-19 lockdown, but they may not be optimal investments as of now.
Are dividends really all they’re made out to be? Investing columnist Ananth Rao investigates the extent to which dividends should be used as a positive factor in evaluating investment opportunities for investors in various phases of life.
The future of streaming is highly uncertain, with a few contenders vying for dominance, and a slew of others looking to carve out a niche. Overall, Netflix appears to be in the driving seat to be the dominant player in the market, but this doesn’t necessarily justify its valuation, particularly with younger services like Disney Plus growing at astronomical rates.
In the past decade, impact investing has seen an exponential increase in emerging markets such as India, China, Philippines, and Vietnam – regardless of the risks involved. In this article, our Economic columnist attempts to identify the true driver of impact investment – a commercial opportunity for returns; or a Gen Zer’s guilty conscience?
Disrupted by unstable democracy protests and an unprecedented National Security Law, Hong Kong’s position as Asia’s favored financial hub is under threat like never before. Investing Columnist Leo Wang investigates the increasingly bleak future of “Asia’s World City” and the hopeful cities vying to replace her.
What if Nasdaq isn’t the dominant science and technology focused stock exchange? Investing Columnist Leo Wang explores the rise of Asia’s newest and most valuable market—one which also leads China’s counter against America’s technological and financial hegemony.
The Covid-19 pandemic has added fuel to the fire of The Retail Apocalypse. Some of our favorite brands have decided to close up shop. Yet, some seem to be thinking ahead. Our Economic Columnist discusses ways tech, fashion, and coffee giants are strategically pivoting during the peak of the retail apocalypse.