As Mega Caps Get Crushed, This Mid Cap Tech Stock Is Crushing It

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Shares of the emerging digital tech innovator Impinj are up more than 30% so far in 2022.Impinj makes RFID chips that get placed on billions of consumer products and industrial items.The company recently turned in another impressive quarterly performance.Demand for Impinj products and services should only gain momentum.No one told Impinj, Inc. (NASDAQ:PI) that 2022 is a down year for technology stocks. Shares of the emerging digital tech innovator are up more than 30% so far — and by its own standards, that’s a relatively ‘weak’ performance. Over the last three calendar years, Imping has surge… Read More “As Mega Caps Get Crushed, This Mid Cap Tech Stock Is Crushing It”

NFL Reacts To The Matt LaFleur Decision News

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates The Green Bay Packers have struggled defensively through eight weeks, but Matt LaFleur isn’t ready to make any rash decisions when it comes to his staff on that side of the ball. When asked by The Athletic’s Matt Schneidman if he’s had any thought about making a change at defensive coordinator, LaFleur shot back, “Oh, no. Absolutely not.” The NFL World reacted to the coach’s answer on Monday. “This is the mindset that made us keep Capers and McCarthy for 5 years too long,” a fan replied. “Staying over loyal to coordinators,” another said. “Seen this before.” “Literally hired Ba… Read More “NFL Reacts To The Matt LaFleur Decision News”

Powerball Jackpot Wouldn’t Help Zuckerberg, Bezos or Musk Much

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By Jeffrey Quiggle A dismal 2022 for three key companies has hammered their CEOs’ wealth. The current Powerball jackpot of $1 billion may be an unimaginable number to most people, but it pales in comparison with the losses suffered this year by three of the World’s richest billionaires. A tough year for tech giants Meta (META) – Get Meta Platforms Inc. Report and Amazon (AMZN) – Get Amazon.com Inc. Report has been magnified by a stunning week of disastrous earnings reports in the sector. And a wild ride for electric vehicle company Tesla (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc. Report has made for a discouragi… Read More “Powerball Jackpot Wouldn’t Help Zuckerberg, Bezos or Musk Much”

What Was the Panic of 1907? Why Was It Important?

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By TheStreet What Was the Panic of 1907?Over three weeks in October, 1907, theNew York Stock Exchange witnessed a sharp, 50% decline that wreaked havoc throughout America’s banking system, second only in severity to the Great Crash of 1929. Wealthy, self-interested financiers would personally bail out the markets—and grow more even powerful in the process. Eventually, the crisis would lead to sweeping reforms of the financial system as well as the formation of the United States’ first central bank, the Federal Reserve. What Caused the Panic of 1907? The panic of 1907 was also known as the Knic… Read More “What Was the Panic of 1907? Why Was It Important?”

These Are Stan Moss’ Top 10 Holdings

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Stan C. Moss is CEO at the investment management firm Polen Capital, one of the largest hedge funds based on assets under management. Before joining Polen Capital in 2007, Moss served as chief financial officer of the Wealth & Asset Management Group at Regions Bank and AmSouth Bank. Moss holds an MBA from the University of Alabama and MS in Global Finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University. Let’s take a look at Stan Moss’ top 10 holdings. Stan Moss’ Top 10 HoldingsQ3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorFinding a qualified financ… Read More “These Are Stan Moss’ Top 10 Holdings”

Journalism Matters: Why trusted journalism in papers like the Cambridge Independent is more important than ever before

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By newsdesk@iliffemedia.co.uk (Newsdesk Cambridge) The annual Journalism Matters campaign highlights the vital role that trusted news media journalism plays in our democratic society. Culture secretary Michelle Donelan and Owen Meredith, chief executive of the News Media Association, explain why the Cambridge Independent newspaper and connection are so vital to our democracy. Journalism matters. That is not just a slogan; it is a fundamental feature of our democracy. Without publications like the one you are reading right now, we would not be able to hold the people in power to account – includin… Read More “Journalism Matters: Why trusted journalism in papers like the Cambridge Independent is more important than ever before”

Journalism Matters: Culture Secretary on why local sites like KentOnline are so vital to our democracy

By multimediadesk@thekmgroup.co.uk (KentOnline reporter) The annual Journalism Matters campaign highlighting the enormous value that trusted reporting creates for our democratic society launches this week. Here culture secretary Michelle Donelan and News Media Association chief executive Owen Meredith explain why local sites like KentOnline and the KM Group’s newspapers are so vital to our democracy… Michelle Donelan, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Journalism matters. That is not just a slogan; it is a fundamental feature of our democracy. Without publications like the one y… Read More “Journalism Matters: Culture Secretary on why local sites like KentOnline are so vital to our democracy”

The Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève: Making time stand still

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It’s once again high time that World’s most prestigious luxury companies gather to present their best watches in the hope of nabbing one of the coveted prizes at the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix (Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève – GPHG). Created in 2001 by two watching making enthusiasts, the Foundation of GPHG highlights and yearly rewards the most remarkable contemporary creations, as well as promote the art of watchmaking worldwide. Each year, elite representatives of the profession present their finest creations, with the distinguished “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix best-in-show award. It ha… Read More “The Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève: Making time stand still”

Forests & Finance: From logging in Cameroon to cocoa in Côte d’Ivoire

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Mongabay

By Mongabay.com Logging near Cameroon national park raises red flags over permitsYAOUNDE — Agroindustrial company Cameroun Vert S.A., or Camvert, is again clearing forest near Campo Ma’an National Park, raising questions over the allocation of its timber permits. At an Oct. 26 press conference, conservation groups Greenpeace Africa, Green Development Advocates (GDA), and Support Service for Grassroots Development Initiatives (SAILD) said Camvert bulldozers have been clearing stretches of forest for new plantations in this ecologically sensitive area of southwestern Cameroon. Camvert previously… Read More “Forests & Finance: From logging in Cameroon to cocoa in Côte d’Ivoire”

Saudi, UAE tout higher oil production, days before COP climate talks

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Al-Araby

Saudi Arabia and the UAE said the World needs higher oil production on Monday, just days before the COP27 climate summit aimed at curbing global warming takes place in Egypt. Saudi Arabia’s energy minister said the neighbouring Gulf countries were increasing production capacity, while a senior UAE official said the World’s growing population would need 30 percent more energy by 2050. ❓How has #SaudiArabia angered the US?❓Can the US and Saudi Arabia restore relations?❓How will the oil price hike affect the #Midterms2022 elections? Find out on the latest episode of @TheNewArabVoice. https://t.co… Read More “Saudi, UAE tout higher oil production, days before COP climate talks”