The dollar's doing its limbo dance as we await the grand reveal of those crucial U.S. inflation numbers – will it dip, or will it dazzle? Speaking of dazzling, BlackRock's making crypto skeptics sweat with what they're calling 'nuclear winter' – looks like Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Solana, and the whole crypto crew are heating things up.
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This morning, the Dollar Index, which keeps an eye on the dollar's performance against six other currencies, decided to take a step back, just 0.1% lower, landing at 105.627.
Is The Stock Market Rigged? (9 minute read) Ah, the age-old question in the financial arena: "Is the stock market playing by the rules or sneaking in a little mischief?" It's like a never-ending tug-of-war between the champions of transparency and fairness, and the skeptics waving flags of market manipulation and hush-hush insider dealings.
A Bull Market Is Coming: 2 Monster Growth Stocks to Buy With $100 Right Now (5 minute read) The S&P 500 is just 9% away from its record high, and that's not just a random number game. History's got our back on this one – hitting this milestone usually paves the way for more stock market awesomeness. We're talking about an average 169% return during the 12 bull markets that have graced us since the S&P 500's debut in 1957. So, for those of you ready to jump on that rocket ship to potential profits, you might want to take a gander at Shopify (SHOP) and Cloudflare (NET). These gems won't break the bank, both under $100 a share, and they're not playing hard to get with reasonable valuations, considering the massive growth they have in their future.
BlackRock Just Unleashed ‘Nuclear Winter’—Sparking Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Solana And Crypto Price ‘Panic’ (5 minute read) Bitcoin and its digital buddies have gone on a wild joyride this week, adding a whopping load of billions to the market. It's like the crypto carnival we've all been waiting for, with bitcoin, ethereum, XRP, and solana leading the parade – even as rumors of Uncle Sam wanting to give bitcoin a serious talking-to circulate. The bitcoin rollercoaster got so close to that coveted $40,000 mark, riding high on Wall Street's bullish vibes and a whopping $17.7 trillion "window" of opportunity. But now, it seems like the big gun in the finance world, BlackRock, has thrown down the gauntlet, leaving the crypto skeptics in what one keen-eyed analyst calls a "nuclear winter."
College Tuition Prices Are Actually Decreasing Thanks to Inflation (5 minute read) College tuition rollercoaster is on a downward slope, and you can thank good ol' inflation for that! The College Board, our trusty educational detective, just dropped a report that spilled the beans. Even though college prices tried to do a little dance, both in the private and public sectors, inflation this year said, "Hold my calculator."
So, the average sticker price for in-state students at a public, four-year college went up by 2.5%, hitting $11,260 – no inflation magic here. Out-of-state students saw a 3% hike to $29,150, while private school tuition prices decided to play it cool with a 4% uptick to $41,540.
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