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What is cryptojacking? How to detect mining malware

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Cryptojacking is a type of cybercrime that occurs when hackers hijack the processing power of unsuspecting internet users in order to generate new cryptocurrencies. Rising Bitcoin …

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Is automated tax loss harvesting a good idea?

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Tax-loss harvesting is the strategy of purposely selling some holdings at a loss in order to offset the taxable profits of another investment. Investors “harvest” a …

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What happens to stock after a merger?

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For investors, the announcement of a corporate merger can cause excitement or trepidation. Public company tie-ups involve negotiations, regulatory hurdles, integration – all of which hopefully …

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How Biden’s stimulus plan may affect the economy, stocks and interest rates

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Congressional Democrats are gearing up for a quick passage of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package, with a plan to vote as early as …

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A guide to options trading

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Options are contracts that give investors the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an asset like shares of a company stock. Purchasers can …

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Understanding the presidential election cycle theory

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The presidential election cycle theory suggests that the stock market follows a pattern that correlates with a U.S. president’s four-year term. The first two years of …

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All about the paycheck protection program (PPP), round 2

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After months of negotiations, the $900 billion pandemic stimulus package bill was passed into law on Dec. 27. The new law provides another round of funding, $284 billion, …