Is it worth getting traded on over-the-counter markets?

May 13, 2021
A New Jersey deli that reached a market capitalization of more than $100 million on an over-the-counter exchange raised many eyebrows.
Hometown International, which owns a single deli in New Jersey, reportedly had a market capitalization of more than $100 million.  (Pictured above: A generic pastrami sandwich.)
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Thinking about moving investments because of a new president? You might want to wait a bit longer.

Nov 12, 2020
"It's hard to see how electing any president makes a difference to people's long-term portfolios," says Barry Ritholtz.
"Changing your allocation between stocks and bonds, moving to cash — any big change caused by the headlines, that's an emotional reaction, and emotions are never a good guide star for managing your assets," says Barry Ritholtz.
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Stocks rise as Trump tweets on stimulus keep market spinning

Oct 7, 2020
The president appeared to backtrack on his earlier decision to halt talks with Democrats over a new stimulus package.
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Why Apple and Tesla are splitting stocks

Aug 31, 2020
Investors will see more shares, but at a lower price.
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Wall Street zooms higher on news of labor market improvements

Jun 5, 2020
The S&P 500 was up 2.2% after the government said that U.S. employers added 2.5 million workers to their payrolls last month.
Stocks are rushing higher in morning trading Friday after a much better-than-expected report on the U.S. job market.
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What are negative interest rates?

Aug 22, 2019
While the U.S. waits on word of rate cuts, the global economy is seeing negative interest rates.
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The numbers, World Poetry Day edition

Mar 21, 2019
Rhyming poetry can be hard ... with apologies to the Bard.
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Here's why Levi's is returning to the stock market

Mar 21, 2019
Levi Strauss & Co. returns to the stock market this week. The 165-year-old company is hoping to sell more than $500 million in shares, which it will invest in broadening product offerings and appealing more to young people. 
Traders, many in jeans, work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on the day that Levi Strauss has returned to the stock market with an IPO on March 21, 2019 in New York City.
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