How's Your Stock Portfolio Doing? Depends on Where You Live.

How's Your Stock Portfolio Doing? Depends on Where You Live. 1  PASSIVE INCOME IDEAS BITCOIN AND BLOCKCHAIN

Fascinating research from JPMorgan reveals that although the stock market is booming, the performance of your individual portfolio depends heavily on what state you live in. That’s because U.S. investors living in different regions tend to favor some S&P 500 sectors over others. Your Stock Portfolio Likely Has a Hidden Regional Bias According to JPMorgan’s Q3 2019 Guide to Markets, New Englanders are 9% more likely than the national average to own stocks in financials. They’re 10% less likely, however, to own energy stocks. Stock portfolio sector allocation by U.S.…

$16,000: Crypto Trader Screams Bullish Green Bitcoin Price in July

$16,000: Crypto Trader Screams Bullish Green Bitcoin Price in July 2  PASSIVE INCOME IDEAS BITCOIN AND BLOCKCHAIN

Bitcoin is having a mixed July so far. The price of the flagship cryptocurrency has hit a slump of late after beginning the month on a solid footing thanks to President Trump’s latest tirade and the aspersions being cast on Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency. But despite the recent dip in bitcoin prices, one trader still believes that the cryptocurrency could end July at $16,000. BITCOIN Targeting $16000 within July. – #BTCUSD chart https://t.co/InjL0qdgEX — TradingShot (@TradingShot) July 10, 2019 An aggressive bull cycle could push bitcoin prices higher TradingShot is a…

FTC Nukes Facebook with Record $5B Fine, and Zuck Will Laugh It Off

FTC Nukes Facebook with Record $5B Fine, and Zuck Will Laugh It Off 3  PASSIVE INCOME IDEAS BITCOIN AND BLOCKCHAIN

The Federal Trade Commission has whacked Facebook with a record $5 billion fine stemming from the 2018 scandal in which a political consulting firm improperly accessed Facebook user data. The fine comes as a result of settlement talks between the two entities. The consulting firm, Cambridge Analytica, scraped data from 87 million Facebook profiles without the consent of their users to be used for political advertising. This led to Mark Zuckerberg testifying before Congress regarding Facebook’s privacy policies. The fine is more than 200 times greater than the previous largest…