Impressively, Morpheus claims to have over 100 integrations built into its blockchain. Those integrations include interfaces with major corporations and popular software. For instance, there are integrations with SWIFT, FedEx (NYSE: FDX), UPS (NYSE: UPS), Ripple (XRP), Oracle (NYSE: ORC) Microsoft Dynamics, AccessPay, Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), DHL, and China Post.
The greatest danger to The TJX Companies (NYSE: TJX) is the fast growth of mobile shopping. Cyber sales threaten TJX because it operates brick and mortar shopping stores such as TJX Maxx, Home Goods, and Marshalls.
There is no value at Peloton for investors. Instead, Peloton offers an interesting lesson in the power of Woke Culture and the need to avoid initial public offering (IPO) companies.
Carlson’s monologue exposes American conservatism’s greatest dilemma. The irony is those who destroy the things conservatives claim to value finance conservatism.
Power Ledger offers Ethereum blockchain software that could facilitate renewable energy trading across three markets. Those markets are Energy Trading, Environmental Commodities Trading, and Renewable Asset Ownership.
I think The Drop is an attempt to snatch Target customers. In particular, Bezos is trying to get future soccer moms; while their shopping habits are still forming. Bezos’ plan is to create a generation of women who only shop on Amazon for everything. Tellingly, the best book about Amazon is The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon by Brad Stone.
Republicans can easily portray Bloomberg as “a rich racist white guy from New York who wants to take your guns and trample your rights.” Hence, Bloomerg could help Trump get both rural white and black votes.
I have to wonder if Obama, has noticed Yang’s Reaganesque qualities and is helping Andrew. Remember, the two men offer similar policy prescriptions.
Moreover, Wayfair is growing at a dramatic rate. Stockrow estimates Wayfair’s revenues grew by 35.17% in the quarter ending on 30 September 2019. However, that growth rate was down from 41.56% in the previous quarter.
In Emerson’s hypothetical match-up, Sanders received 50% of the popular vote, and Trump 49%. Moreover, the 17 to 20 November 2019 Emerson Poll shows Sanders is more electable than former Vice President Joe Biden (D-Delaware).
Importantly, TJX is making a little more money. TJX’s quarterly revenues rose from $9.781 billion on 3 August 2019 to $10.451 billion on 2 November 2019, Ycharts estimates.
Therefore, ignoring the Iowa Caucus is a smart move for political junkies. Instead of the Iowa Caucus, we need to look to 3 March 2020.