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PaySign, Inc. (NASDAQ:PAYS) market capitalization increased by $17 million last week; retail investors who own 44% benefited, as did insiders

A look at the shareholders of PaySign, Inc. (NASDAQ: PAYS) can tell us which group is more powerful. We can see that individual investors hold the lion’s share of the company with 44% ownership. In other words, the group faces the maximum upside potential (or downside risk). While retail investors were the group that reaped …

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City could cover public market funding gap with TIF revenue

City could cover public market funding gap with TIF revenue

Dean Mosiman | Wisconsin State Journal A robust east side supplemental tax funding district has enough money to help pay for Madison’s $20 million public market while contributing to upcoming south side projects – if the city council and other tax jurisdictions agree to spend it that way. Aldes. Syed Abbas, Regina Vidaver and Nasra …

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Stock market rally amid FTX blast and Facebook-parent layoffs, says investors could whistle past recession graveyard

Stock market rally amid FTX blast and Facebook-parent layoffs, says investors could whistle past recession graveyard

Investors stunned by last week’s strong rally in stocks may want to listen to Tom Waits’ song, 1978’s “Whistlin’ Past the Graveyard,” to sober up the dangers that still lurk. The surge in stocks catapulted the S&P 500 SPX index, +0.92% TO SPY, +0.97% almost back to the 4,000 mark on Friday, also taking it …

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3 stocks you’ll be glad you bought at these prices | The Motley Fool

When the stock market falls sharply, shares of many large companies are often put up for sale. This has been happening in spades lately. The stock market, measured by the S&P500recently fell around 21% from its 52-week high – while many stocks have seen their stocks implode by 50%, 75% and maybe even more. Here …

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Nasdaq Bear Market: 5 Mind-Blowing Growth Stocks You'll Regret Not Buying on the Dip |  The Motley Fool

Nasdaq Bear Market: 5 Mind-Blowing Growth Stocks You’ll Regret Not Buying on the Dip | The Motley Fool

It has been one of the toughest years for investors in some time. The wide base S&P500 produced its worst first-half return in more than half a century, while the bond market had its worst year on record. But it’s still not as disappointing as the one-year returns of growth-oriented companies Nasdaq Compound (^IXIC 1.88%). …

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'We will resist the temptation to fish for the bottom': 42-year-old market veteran says market-dominating tech stocks are still overvalued - and their impending demise will drive the rest of the market further down

‘We will resist the temptation to fish for the bottom’: 42-year-old market veteran says market-dominating tech stocks are still overvalued – and their impending demise will drive the rest of the market further down

Tech stock valuations are still too stretched, says Bill Smead. Their decline will drag the rest of the market down as well, he believes. Smead said the bear market is probably only halfway through. The most beloved names in the market over the past decade — so-called FAANMG stocks (or some iteration of that acronym) …

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The road to year-end gains for stocks will be hammered by volatility as investors try to 'sniff out' a reversal in inflation and a Fed U-turn on rates

The road to year-end gains for stocks will be hammered by volatility as investors try to ‘sniff out’ a reversal in inflation and a Fed U-turn on rates

Stocks rose this week after the October inflation report, but the path to year-end gains remains volatile, market analysts said. Inflation may have peaked, but CPI at 7.7% is still well above the Fed’s 2% target. “I think we’re ready to rally at the end of the year… It’s not going to be a straight …

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