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Investors shouldn't rush back to big tech stocks as reflation and reopening trades are better near-term bets, says UBS

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

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Investors shouldn't rush back into buying stocks in big tech companies, the wealth management team at UBS said in Monday note.
Tech stocks will face another rise in bond yields and the industry will be dealing with near-term regulatory headwinds.
House lawmakers last week introduced five bills at aimed addressing antitrust concerns.
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Investors should hold off on diving back into shares of large technology companies as the industry faces regulatory challenges and will be hurt again...
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BlackRock's Rick Rieder says the Fed should send signal that it will step back from easy policies

1 month ago   |   By CNBC

BlackRock's global bond chief Rick Rieder says it's time for the Fed to start stepping back from easy policy by telling investors it plans to taper bond buying.
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Nearly 90% of cryptocurrency investors surveyed say they weren't scared away by May's brutal selloff and are planning to buy more

Nearly 90% of cryptocurrency investors surveyed say they weren't scared away by May's brutal selloff and are planning to buy more

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement The recent selloff that wiped out more than 20% of the cryptocurrency market's valuation appears to have emboldened buyers to invest even more in digital currencies, according to a survey conducted by cryptocurrency-asset broker Voyager Digital.
87% of respondents in the company's second-quarter retail investor sentiment survey said they plan to increase their crypto holdings over the next quarter. The survey captured responses from 3,671 participants at the end of May, during which bitcoin led a plunge in prices throughout the market.
The survey also showed an...
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Nearly 90% of cryptocurrency investors surveyed say they weren't scared away by May's brutal selloff and are planning to buy more

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Getty Images 87% of respondents in a survey by cryptocurrency-asset broker Voyager Digital plan to buy more digital currencies in upcoming months.
Voyager said the survey indicates crypto buyers will take advantage of the recent market selloff led by bitcoin.
Crypto buyers are also bullish on cardano and optimistic about a bitcoin ETF this year in the US.
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The recent selloff that wiped out more than 20% of the cryptocurrency market's valuation appears to have emboldened buyers to invest even more in digital currencies, according to a survey...
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