Bitcoin’s price dropped in 2018 and interest seems to have quieted down. Yet, as we have written before, if you are dismissing cryptos based solely on bitcoin’s price, you are missing the whole point.
You may have noticed, especially if you own one, that tech stocks are down again. It’s why Captain Hoff is holding onto more of his US$1.7 billion than usual. Should you do the same?
The biggest wave of all in recent years has been in the technology sector.Valuations soared on the collective (and mistaken) belief that ‘trees would grow, not only to, but beyond the sky’.
Central bankers have long been sceptical of cryptocurrency, seeing it as a platform for money laundering and speculation. And yet, they realise the potential that it has, if only they could control it the same way they have controlled fiat currency.
The share price, Appen Ltd [ASX:APX] has surged today, despite the poor performances sweeping across the ASX this week. The increase comes with the release of their Full Year Earnings Upgrade on the ASX this afternoon — showing exciting improvements for the company.
Many will tell you crypto's are one big scam. Some will happily explain it’s the future of money. Some love it, many hate it. But the real question is why do the haters hate it with such vigour and bite?
Shares of FBR Limited [ASX:FBR] surged 27.7% yesterday, on the back of a three day trading halt. The surge came after the company announced that it had completed a ‘world-first’ technical milestone.
If you listen to the mainstream, you might think now is the worst time to invest in tech. The FAANGs could drop even further. Today I wanted to discuss why jumping into technology stocks now, could be a great decision.
The value of Auscann's share price has been steadily declining of the last six months. having slipped by 4.24%, to 79 cents yesterday,but recovered slightly higher to 82 cents at today today's open.
The share price of Biotron is up 9.5% and trading at $0.115, at time of writing. It has been an exciting time for Biotron shareholders who, last month, could have sold their shares for a whopping $0.445.