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”

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”

SMI Vantage Introduces AI-inspired F&B concept – Robochef

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– Robochef has been developed by the Artificial Intelligence (AI) team at Dutch Oriental to produce delicious and freshly cooked food – perfection every single time- SMI Vantage has signed an exclusive Franchise Agreement to roll out this unique F&B concept in Singapore and to explore opportunities in Asia Pacific- SMI Vantage targets to open up to 5 Robochef outlets in Singapore within the first 12 months starting with the first pilot outlet in Q1, 2023 SINGAPORE, Oct 31, 2022 – (ACN Newswire) – SMI Vantage Limited, an investment and management company listed on the mainboard of the SGX, toda… Read More “SMI Vantage Introduces AI-inspired F&B concept – Robochef”

Buying In Amazon Using A Debit Card: Is Amazon Safe To Use Debit Card?

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Debit cards are a popular payment method for online shopping, but some people worry they aren’t safe to use on Amazon. Is this true? Let’s check if is it safe to use a debit card on Amazon? The short answer is yes. You can safely use a debit card on Amazon. Amazon is a large and well-established company with strong security measures to protect your personal and financial information. Also, Amazon offers buyer protection if you have any problems with your purchase. There are always risks involved in entering your personal and financial information online. However, these risks are relatively low… Read More “Buying In Amazon Using A Debit Card: Is Amazon Safe To Use Debit Card?”

Premiership rugby: Saracens on top as Gloucester close in

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By Matt Hardy The weekend’s Premiership action saw a battle at the top, a dominant West Country performance and major controversy. Here are four takeaways from the four matches in round eight. Master versus apprentice Yesterday’s match between Saracens and Sale Sharks had a multitude of storylines running through it. It was first versus second, the master – in Saracens’ director of rugby Mark McCall – and the apprentice – McCall’s former assistant Alex Sanderson, who is now at Sale Sharks – and it was the match where Alex Goode broke Saracens’ appearance record with his 339th run-out for the s… Read More “Premiership rugby: Saracens on top as Gloucester close in”

SI’s Top 10: Tennessee Keeps Making Its Case

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By Ross Dellenger,Richard Johnson A rout of Kentucky has the Vols flying high heading into next week’s showdown with Georgia. If you ask around town in Knoxville, you’ll hear the familiar collective anxiety of a fanbase that isn’t quite used to this success. It is easy to understand how the years of ineptitude have weighed on them. It is a program that has been kicked incessantly while it’s been down in the doldrums. But as Garth Brooks blared over the loudspeakers Saturday night while 100,000 people swung and swayed blaring out the lyrics to “Friends in Low Places,” their Tennessee team was c… Read More “SI’s Top 10: Tennessee Keeps Making Its Case”

Nets Speak Out Against Kyrie Irving’s Promotion Of Antisemitic Book

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Problems off the court continue with Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving. The seven-time Allstar tweeted out a book called Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America, which has been documented for containing misleading antisemitic information. Many fans and the team took offense to his promotion of the book. “I’m disappointed that Kyrie appears to support a film based on a book full of anti-semitic disinformation,” Joe Tasi, governor of the Nets and founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, said in response to Irving’s action. “I want to sit down and make sure he understands this is… Read More “Nets Speak Out Against Kyrie Irving’s Promotion Of Antisemitic Book”

FEATURE: Man with ADHD disorder finds path with “Brand Kochi wallets”

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After years of staying away from school and grappling with social anxiety due to issues with ADHD, Shoichi Nakajima began to get recognition for his artistic creativity. When his teacher Yutaka Konishi at the Kochi City Educational Research Institute praised him for a painting he did, a door opened up to his future as an artist. In high school, but still very much a loner due to his struggles with his developmental disorder, he found amusement in using his hands to process things. Like the time he brought home an electric fan from a garbage dump and punched holes in the blades to turn it into … Read More “FEATURE: Man with ADHD disorder finds path with “Brand Kochi wallets””

Ja’Marr Chase Expected To Miss 4-6 Weeks With Hip Injury

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Following a pair of very productive weeks for the Cincinnati Bengals, wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase is expected to miss four to six weeks with a hip injury. The second-year star could be headed to the injury report due to the extent of the setback. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Thursday that Chase could be designated for the IR after after a specialist’s visit Wednesday and missed practice Thursday due to persistent soreness. Chase reportedly first sustained the injury in the Bengals’ Week 6 matchup against the New Orleans Saints, when he made seven catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns. He w… Read More “Ja’Marr Chase Expected To Miss 4-6 Weeks With Hip Injury”

The Top 10 College Football Matchups to Track in Week 9

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By Richard Johnson College Football Playoff rankings are on the horizon, and plenty of eager contenders have the ability to impress the committee this week. And just like that, we’re basically into November. The College Football Playoff committee rankings are right around the corner, and the season has certainly arrived at its business end. So with that in mind, the games on tap give title contenders a chance to impress the committee as they sit down to deliberate for the first time. All times ET. Watch college football with fuboTV: Start a free trial today. NoonOhio State (-14.5) at Penn Stat… Read More “The Top 10 College Football Matchups to Track in Week 9”