Here's Which Marijuana Stocks Investors Are Betting Against the Most

So why have short-sellers come out in droves to bet against MedMen? The most likely reason is that some think that MedMen's market cap of around $3 billion is way too steep for the company's ability to grow revenue. There are plenty of investors who ...

Motley Fool

2018-10-21 10:31:00

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Investing in immigrants is vital to the future of Pittsburgh

Being an immigrant is part of my story — and it's part of the story for more than 80,000 residents of metro Pittsburgh and their U.S.-born children. In the 1970s, my parents moved from Cuba to the United States, fleeing Fidel Castro's oppressive regime.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

2018-10-21 08:03:01

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Busines Initiative Directions Award

Mohtawa Content Marketing works with words to get to the right people

Following the example of Walt Disney’s marketing ideas

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Gulf Mining and Minerals in Oman Provides Marble, Ores and other Minerals to Customers Around the Globe

From a forgotten slab of marble to a iconic work of art: the remarkable story of Michelangelo’s David

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4 Troubling Things About the State of Investing in Hong Kong

The returns cited in the chart above are long-term returns, captured by investors who own stocks over decades. Not many Hong Kong investors are putting themselves in such a position now: The IEC report says "investors tend to be quite active in stock ...

Motley Fool

2018-10-19 22:34:00

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Treasury Outlines Tax Breaks for Investing in Distressed Areas

WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department outlined new rules on Friday stemming from the $1.5 trillion tax overhaul last year that are aimed at giving investors confidence to pour billions of dollars into distressed economic areas across the United States.

New York Times

2018-10-19 22:00:47

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