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Why Are Solar Investments Plummeting?

Why Are Solar Investments Plummeting?

An oversupply of solar panels and changes in regulation in China have led to a plunge in global spending on solar energy last year

Workers Walk A Tightrope As Shutdown Puts Paychecks On Hold

Workers Walk A Tightrope As Shutdown Puts Paychecks On Hold

As the government shutdown drags into its second month, federal workers are walking a tightrope, wondering when their next paycheck might be

Key Indicators Suggest A Recession Is Closer Than We Thought

Key Indicators Suggest A Recession Is Closer Than We Thought

If one uses Global Industrial Production growth as a proxy for the global economic expansion, or contraction, the World is now almost certainly in a recession

Palladium Surpasses Gold As Demand Continues To Rise

Palladium Surpasses Gold As Demand Continues To Rise

Tight supply and growing demand have pushed palladium, an essential auto-catalyst metal, above gold, gaining 10 percent since the beginning of January

Is Another Gold Rally On The Horizon?

Is Another Gold Rally On The Horizon?

December’s stock market sell-off sparked a strong gold rally, and another surge in demand may be right around the corner

Most Crypto Investors Don’t Know This Tax Loophole

Most Crypto Investors Don’t Know This Tax Loophole

It’s no secret that 2018 was an awful year for cryptocurrencies, but what you might not have known is that you are able to deduct a portion of your losses

How Tech Is Decentralizing The Energy Industry

How Tech Is Decentralizing The Energy Industry

Decentralized energy solutions are sprouting up like weeds, but will Big Energy step in to take the power back from the people?

Dissecting Europe's Massive Tennis Match-Fixing Scandal

Dissecting Europe's Massive Tennis Match-Fixing Scandal

Recently, 83 people were arrested due to low-level tennis match-fixing, but this might only be the tip of the iceberg

This Gold Deal Could Be A Boon For The Mining Industry

This Gold Deal Could Be A Boon For The Mining Industry

A new $10 billion deal between Newmount Mining and Goldcorp could be a sign of things to come for the struggling gold mining industry

5 Companies That Could Win Big As The U.S. Legalizes Sports Betting
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5 Companies That Could Win Big As The U.S. Legalizes Sports Betting

New U.S. legislation has opened up a new market for online gambling and e-gaming, and sports betting is the most popular niche

May Survives No-Confidence Vote Despite Huge Loss On Brexit Deal

May Survives No-Confidence Vote Despite Huge Loss On Brexit Deal

Theresa May’s Brexit deal failed miserably on Tuesday, sending the country’s exit from the EU on a path of even greater uncertainty