What Cryptocurrency Speculators can learn from the Dot.com Crash

Crashes, bubbles, and busts have little impact on technology’s long-term development. Looking back from 2018, the dot.com bust did not slow ecommerce’s development.

Crashes and busts will make cryptocurrency stronger. For example, the dot.com bust killed off most of the weak, fraudulent, and unrealistic internet stocks. For instance, garbage like Pets.com, Boo.com and Webvan went down the drain. On other hand, good companies like Amazon got stronger.

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Simple Money Saving Tips to Give Your Budget A Serious Boost

: We all know that saving money is important. But actually doing it is the hard part. We’ve put together this in-depth guide to help you save more money.

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NAMPOF an Alternative to Fang Stocks

You can think the NAMPOF of as a FANG for value investors. Holdings in NAMPOF are more diversified than FANG and some of them generate dividend income.

It diversifies NAMPOF because NVIDIA and Apple are hardware makers and PayPal is in finance. FANG scares me because it is almost all software based. Something I dislike about FANG is the lack of a financial stock.

Containing six stocks further diversifies. Four NAMPOF stocks; Apple, NVIDIA, Oracle, and Microsoft, are proven moneymakers.

I consider PayPal and Facebook speculative because they base their businesses on growth. However, both companies have showed the capability to generate vast amounts of cash.

I designed the NAMPOF to offer a little more than safety and income than FANG at a comparable rate of growth.

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How Much Money is Oracle Making?

Shockingly, Oracle is also a good dividend stock. Oracle investors received a 19¢ payout on 31 July 2018. That payout was a 4¢ increase over 2017 when investors received 15¢ a quarter.

Importantly, Oracle has reported six straight years of dividend growth. Oracle investors enjoyed a dividend yield of 1.58%, an annualized payout of 76¢ and a payout rate of 24.9% on 17 August 2018.

Therefore, Oracle has two obvious advantages to Alphabet as a stock. It is cheaper, and it pays a dividend. Oracle by than Google for average people seeking a growth stock.

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Why is Home Depot Making a Lot of Money?

Home Depot is obviously a great dividend stock and a good income stock for these reasons. Those looking for a safe dividend that grows by 10¢ to 20¢ a year should check out Home Depot.
The dividend fundamentals are pretty good at Home Depot as well. On August 3, 2018, Home Depot offered a 2.11% dividend yield, a $4.12 per share annualized payout, and a payout rate of 43.6%.
That makes Home Depot worth the $197.06 you would have paid for it on 7 August 2018. Those who need a stock that generates income and want a retailer will be well-served by Home Depot.

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Verizon is making a lot of Money

Verizon is a classic value stock for another reason – it is neither sexy nor popular. Even though almost everybody uses its products, few of them think about Verizon.
That keeps the stock price low, and shields the company from media attention. Verizon is definitely a stock for you if you hate drama.

Most importantly, Verizon has a very lucrative business that is not going away. Americans love their smartphones; because of that simple fact, Verizon is most definitely a value investment for today.

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Is IBM Making Money?

If it can be widely deployed the technology behind Project Debater will have numerous business uses. Those uses include customer service, telemarketing, polling, research, and advising lawyers or political leaders.

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The NIVDIA Money Machine Keeps Rolling

The next money-making frontier for NVIDIA is the cloud. The company’s new superfast HGX-2 chips are made to operate artificial intelligence (AI) in the cloud.
The potential market for the HGX-2 is vast because there were 390 web-scale data centers worldwide in December 2017, TechCrunch reported. That number increased by 90 to 390 in 2017 and it is expected to increase by around 100 again in 2018.
There are currently 24 hyperscale firms giant data-oriented companies like Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL), Palintir, Tencent Holdings, IBM, etc. each of which operated around 16 data centers a piece, TechCrunch calculated. The average large datacenter contained around 5,000 servers.

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TJX makes more Money Lays off Workers

By then TJX will be America’s dominant department store and a pretty good value investment. The experience at TJX proves that retail apocalypse is actually good for some brands. One has to wonder why more retailers are not copying TJX’s business model of deep discounting, and taking over from dying competitors.

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Consumers can save Big Shopping Online

Bundle purchases. Most online retailers will give you free shipping if you make an order over a certain amount and many offer coupons for free shipping, which can be found with a simple search. You can either wait until you are ready to buy several items from the same place and place one large order or find that coupon.

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