Is Coca-Cola Dying??

The data indicates that Coca-Cola’s market will shrink but its business will remain profitable for the foreseeable future. It also exposes Coca-Cola’s struggle for survival. The struggle is to adjust production to compensate for lost sales.

Coca-Cola is still a good consumer value investment. The low price makes this soda pop manufacturer, an intriguing value buy in a changing consumer marketplace.

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Have Scientists Found the Secret to Hot Fusion?

The magnetic flux pumping can make hybrid scenarios that allow plasma to operate in any state. That would make a commercial fusion reactor possible. Advantages to this can include self-regulating fusion reactors.

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INTRODUCTION TO NEBEUS CRYPTO CARDS

A Nebeus Crypto Card can be used to manage and handle all of your digital assets from a single source. It can seamlessly convert cryptocurrency to fiat currency, can be topped up with all major cryptocurrencies without incurring any transaction fees, and it can be used in stores, online, and with ATMs.

However, the distinctive advantage of using a Nebeus Crypto Card is that NBTK (Nebeus Token) holders don’t have to pay a monthly fee for them, and they receive a 2-3% cashback for all their purchases in the form of Nebeus tokens.

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Is Procter & Gamble in Trouble?

Therefore, Procter & Gamble is a healthy company. That health will make P&G’s dividend more attractive.
Procter & Gamble scheduled a 71.7¢ dividend payout for August 15, 2018. That dividend is up from 69¢ in 2017 and 66.9¢ in 2016.
Impressively, P&G has been paying a steadily growing dividend over 60¢ for the past five years. Back on August 18, 2013, Procter & Gamble shareholders received a 60.1¢ dividend. That dividend is paid every quarter.
That dividend growth led to a dividend yield of 3.52%, an annualized payout of $2.87 a share, and a payout ratio of 64.9% on August 10, 2018. Best of all, Procter & Gamble has experienced 61 straight years of dividend growth. Its dividend has been growing since President Dwight D. Eisenhower (R-Kansas) was in the White House.

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Is Waymo Worth $175 billion?

Such valuations definitely justify Waymo’s business plan of providing the operating systems for other companies’ autonomous vehicles. That includes Peterbilt semi-tractors in Atlanta, Chrysler Pacific Minivans in Phoenix, and Jaguar IPaces in Arizona.
A huge advantage is to this plan is that the manufacturing is left to the companies that specialize in it. A great benefit is that Chrysler Fiat (NYSE: FCAU), Tata Motors (NYSE: TTM), and PACCAR (NASDAQ: PCAR) take many of the risks. Tata owns Jaguar and Peterbilt is a PACCAR subsidiary.
Waymo avoids the expense of building a factory and setting up dealerships, and all the trouble of dealing with the United Auto Workers (UAW). Companies with existing factories, supply chains, dealerships and union contracts take the risks.

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Is the GoldMint Cryptocurrency for Real?

GoldMint operates more like an ETF than a typical cryptocurrency. It publishes a quarterly report like a company and calls itself a cryptoasset.
A long-term plan is to float a GoldMint stock on markets in the United States in Canada. Therefore, GoldMint is actually an exchange-traded fund that operates partially on the blockchain.
If these plans come to fruition, GoldMint will be a hybrid ETF backed by cryptocurrency, gold, gold futures and lending. That would be a risky investment because it is unprecedented and unproven.

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Second Hyperloop Track Planned in France

Canadian-based Transpod claims to have raised $57.11 million (€50 million) from unidentified investors in North America and Italy. There is apparently no connection between Transpod and HyperloopTT or Hyperloop One.

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Progressive Basic Income vs Income Inequality

A Progressive Basic Income would create economic activity without expanding bureaucracy or increasing government spending.
The money would go to average Americans not to bureaucrats, politicians, and government contractors. They would spend the money in America’s communities not in Washington or Wall Street.
A $500 a month basic income would give the Amazon worker making $28,446 a year, a $6,000 annual boost income. That would raise his or her pay to $34,446 a year.
A married couple that worked at Amazon would receive $12,000 which will raise their annual income to $68,842. That would put them well over the National Median Income of $59,095.
An Amazon fulfillment couple with a child would receive $18,000 a year, raising their income to $74,842, a year. Married fulfillment workers with two children would receive $24,000 a year raising their income to $80,892 a year.

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How Cryptocurrency might Fight Income Inequality

Therefore, paper money is a cause of Income Inequality. That inequality is getting worse because America now has two economies.
We have a high-speed digital economy for the rich, big business, and increasingly the middle class. Then there is a slow-speed paper economy for the poor.

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The Benefits Of Joining A Bitcoin Mining Pool

To overcome this problem, mining pools have been created, which are essentially a group of people working together to mine a ‘block’ and then share the rewards. Of course, the reward you will get is a lot smaller than what you would get if you went at it alone, but the chances of you actually getting any reward at all are increased dramatically.

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