Is Reddit right about the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust?

hat stock was the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA: SPY), Ape Wisdom notes. In other words, the supposedly radical and crazy Reddit investors like a  boring S&P 500 Index fund. Reddit members mentioned SPY 121 times in 24 hours on 47 October 2021.

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British Fusion Reactor Sites Identified

The UKAEA could choose a site for the STEP fusion reactor in 2022, the BBC reports. Science Minister George Freeman describes the STEP as “the UK’s first prototype fusion power plant.”

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Can NuCypher (NU) make money from Encryption?

Moreover, NuCypher claims its dynamic access control specifies when and how users can share data. For example, they could offer access to data at specific times, or block access to data to specific visitors. Foreigners, or people without security clearance, for instance.

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Is Andrew Yang’s Forward Party a good idea?

Moreover, Yang is embarrassing journalists and politicians by pointing out an obvious truth they ignore.That truth is, our broken political system breeds madness by rewarding polarization and extremism.  

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How the Technology of Leaks Changes History

In the modern world, technology allows anybody to transmit enormous amounts of information across the world. For example, anybody can post a blog or a video online. Moreover, you can use email or social media to send millions of documents around the globe in a few minutes or seconds.

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Can Sportsradar make money from Sports Betting?

Sportsradar sells sports data and DaaS services to over 1,600 customers in over 120 countries. Those customers include Fandel, Draft Kings, Google, Yahoo! Sports, Twitter, CBS Sports, and Facebook (FB). Markets for Sportsradar data include the new media, fantasy sports, sports analytics platforms, and sports betting.

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