Often, the word sell-off is used in conjunction with market volatility, but you may wonder what, exactly it means, especially when it comes to your money. A market sell-off occurs when a large pool of investors decide to sell stocks. When they do this, stock prices fall as a result. A market sell-off may be […]
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In the last ten years or so, a new asset class has swept the globeâdigital assets and cryptocurrency. It began with Bitcoin in 2009 and has since expanded into thousands of different cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin, the first and largest cryptocurrency by market cap, is widely considered the gold standard of the asset class. Over time, other […]
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Think back to what the stock market looked like to you in March 2020, aka, the apocalypse. Did it look like: A.) The biggest bargain sale youâve ever seen in your lifetime?Â or B.) A burning pit of money that was about to incinerate your lifeâs savings? If you answered âB,â you probably have a [â¦]
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