Cramer’s Mad Money Recap 5/10: A Trader’s Market

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By Scott Rutt Jim Cramer says that when the facts change, investors need to change their strategies. This has become a trader’s market, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Tuesday. That means that when the facts change, you need to change your strategy and not stick to mistaken beliefs. If you live by the sword, you need to die by the sword. If you were selling stocks because interest rates on U.S. Treasuries were rising, then you have to sell those same stocks now that rates have reversed course. That’s called conviction. Far too often, changing your mind is seen as weakness. But when the f… Read More “Cramer’s Mad Money Recap 5/10: A Trader’s Market”

Paul DeJong Demoted On Tuesday: MLB Reacts

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By Daniel Bates Just three years removed from an MLB All-Star appearance, Cardinals shortstop Paul DeJong is reportedly getting demoted. Per The Athletic’s Katie Woo, “The Cardinals have sent shortstop Paul DeJong down to Triple-A Memphis, … DeJong, a 2019 All-Star, was hitting .130 with a .417 OPS over 77 ABs. It’s expected Tommy Edman will slot to shortstop in the interim.” The 28-year-old started 24 games for St. Louis this season, but thus far has failed to turn around a rough .197 batting average in 2021. A far cry from his 30 home run, 78 RBI campaign four seasons ago. The baseball wor… Read More “Paul DeJong Demoted On Tuesday: MLB Reacts”

Speculation Growing About Tom Brady’s Fox Sports Debut

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By Alek Arend At some point in the coming years, Tom Brady will make his debut for Fox Sports as its lead NFL analyst. Could that come as soon as Super Bowl LVII in 2023? Fox will broadcast Super Bowl LVII and the NFC Championship Game. Brady obviously aspires to be playing in both this upcoming season. But what if the Bucs fall short? Some are wondering if Fox would then try and get Brady in the broadcast booth for either the NFC Championship or even potentially Super Bowl LVII. There’d probably be a few hoops to jump through for Fox to get Brady in the booth for Super Bowl LVII in such a sce… Read More “Speculation Growing About Tom Brady’s Fox Sports Debut”

Look Out! Gasoline Prices Are Going Up Again

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By Tom Bemis After a modest decline earlier this spring, gasoline prices are rising again the U.S., even though, by comparison, Americans pay far less per gallon than many other countries. Prices for a gallon of gasoline in the United States have been rising in recent weeks as Europe moves towards boycotting Russian oil and summer driving season approaches. The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in the U.S. was $4.328 at the start of the week, according to data from the American Automobile Association. That’s up from $4.194 a week ago and $4.123 in early April, according to AAA. Ga… Read More “Look Out! Gasoline Prices Are Going Up Again”

For hype-wary IBM, quantum-computing sales are close, but not too close

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By Jeffrey Dastin and Paresh Dave (Reuters) – IBM has set a new goal for propelling the legacy technology company ahead of its rivals: a quantum computer ready for commercial use, three years from now. In an interview Monday ahead of the company’s Think conference, Chief Executive Arvind Krishna said International Business Machines Corp would have a more-than-4,000 qubit quantum computer ready by 2025, a jump from its hardware with 127 qubits today. He said technology of that power could optimize routing truck fleets or better model financial risks. A normal computer almost “the size of this p… Read More “For hype-wary IBM, quantum-computing sales are close, but not too close”

Chinese NSIG’s Finnish unit to build $422 million silicon wafer plant

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HELSINKI (Reuters) – Chinese semiconductor maker National Silicon Industry Group via Finnish subsidiary Okmetic will invest nearly 400 million euros ($422 million) to build a silicon wafer production facility in Finland, Okmetic said on Tuesday. “With silicon wafer demand surging due to the proliferation of electronic components, the investment helps the company meet the growing demand of customers,” it said in a statement. Silicon wafers are needed in the manufacture of micro-electro-mechanical systems and sensors as well as radio frequency and power applications. In 2022, the global semicond… Read More “Chinese NSIG’s Finnish unit to build $422 million silicon wafer plant”

Furious Trump demanded court-martial of retired Navy SEAL who led bin Laden raid: book

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By Tom Boggioni According to a report from Business Insider, former Defense Secretary Mark Esper claims in his new book that former president Donald Trump grew furious with retired US Navy Admiral William McRaven for publically criticizing him and demanded he be recalled back to duty so he could be court-martialed. McRaven notably oversaw the special operations team that attacked a compound in Pakistan in 2011 in the dark of night where Osama bin Laden was killed, ending an international manhunt that began after the Sept 11, 2001 attack. As Esper wrote in his newly released book, “A Sacred Oat… Read More “Furious Trump demanded court-martial of retired Navy SEAL who led bin Laden raid: book”

Freelancers Today Have More Options Than Ever Before

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What’s the first thing that pops to mind when you hear “freelancing”? Perhaps you think of someone working from the comfort of home with their laptop and smartphone close by. And, how could you not? This is a reality for 21st-century freelancers, thanks to digitalization. And that’s a good thing. The thing is, freelancing has been around for centuries. References to the word “freelance” date back to the early 19th century. Thomas N. Brown first used the term in The Life and Times of Hugh Miller (1809). In his book, Ivanhoe, written in 1819, Sir Walter Scott referred to it in 1820. As it appear… Read More “Freelancers Today Have More Options Than Ever Before”

Elon Musk Scares Fans With Tweet About Dying ‘Under Mysterious Circumstances’

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Elon Musk ignited worry among his social media fans after posting a concerning tweet about his possible death. “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it’s been nice knowin ya,” the Twitter post read. The message came after the Tesla CEO revealed that he received a message from Dmitry Rogozin, a former deputy prime minister of Russia. Musk shared the translation version of the message on Twitter. “From the testimony of the captured commander of the 35th Marine Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Colonel Dmitry Kormyankov, it turns out that the internet terminals of Elon Musk’s Starlink s… Read More “Elon Musk Scares Fans With Tweet About Dying ‘Under Mysterious Circumstances’”

5G promotes IoT applications, multiple fields see development opportunities

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The Internet of Things (IoT) has been developing rapidly in recent years because of its integration of various technologies and its ability to empower various industries. The AIoT Industry Panorama 2022 Report points out that after more than ten years of technology, product development and continuous demand, the AIoT industry has completed the accumulation phase and entered the growth period. Some industry professionals believe that the overall market potential value of the Internet of Things is over ten trillion yuan, and the potential for industry-driven applications is huge. **G drives IoT … Read More “5G promotes IoT applications, multiple fields see development opportunities”