Simply put, I think Dollar Tree (DLTR) lacks the cash to sustain its operations. For instance, Dollar Tree reported $708.3 million in cash and equivalents on 3 November 2018.Read more
Surprisingly, Melonport AG is scheduled to be dissolved in February 2019. To explain, the Melon team plans to hand management of Melon over to a group called the Melon Council.Read more
To explain, NVIDIA is not investing all the money and resources needed to commercialize pieces of a complex technology like automobiles, drones, and robots. Instead, NVIDIA is building the basic components; the processors and supercomputers and selling them to manufacturers.Read more
The Ludos Protocol will help game developers raise money by creating a Decentralized Autonomous Initial Cryptocurrency Organization (DAICO). The Ludos Protocol DAICO allows developers to create tokenized DApps that serve as investments. By enabling developers to create and issue tokens of their own, the Ludos Protocol solves one of the main problems facing game developers: fundraising.Read more
Discover is taking two huge risks with its America-centric business model. First, most of the economic growth in the foreseeable future will take place outside the USA. Second, I think Discover’s business creates heavy exposure to instability in the American economy.Read more
Therefore, the conservative majority and its extreme positions will destroy the U.S. Supreme Court as we know it.
Hence, I expect we will see Chief Justice Roberts presiding over a very different Supreme Court in eight or 10 years. The composition of that court is unclear but I suspect Conservatives will not like it. On the other hand, Erwin Chemerinsky will like that court.Read more
“A body of men holding themselves accountable to nobody ought not to be trusted by anybody” ― Thomas Paine.
Frighteningly, the Senate will be even less representative soon. Surprisingly, just 30 Senators could represent 70% of Americans by 2040.
Under those circumstances, 70 Senators will represent 30% of Americans, David Birdsell predicts. Birdsell is the dean of the school of public and international affairs at Baruch College. Tellingly, Birdsell is one of many demographers offering such warnings.
As an illustration 30% of Senators will represent the 15 states that contain 67% of the population in 2040, the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service projects. The Center at the University of Virginia forecasts nine states will be home to half of America’s population in 2040, Bump notes.
Consequently, just 18 Senators will represent half of Americans by 2040. That situation violates the values of the American Revolution. For instance, one of the Revolution’s main slogans was “no taxation without representation.” Presently, the United States violates that ideal for most of its citizens.
Markedly, just 30% of the population will elect Senators enacting taxes, voting to go to war, and approving federal judges. As a result America will have a government that violates its basic values.Read more
This is more a problem of perception rather than reality. Most of the best online banks typically belong to a widely accessible ATM network in which transactions are either free or reimbursed by the financial institution. You might feel more secure using the ATM at a bank branch than one at a convenience store or gas station.Read more
Other features in the new and improved Google Pay include access to loyalty cards. The new Google Pay is supposed to be in sync with your Google Account. That should make it easier to add banking and credit card information.
Movie, concert, sports, theater, train, bus, and plane tickets will be accessible through the passes tab in Google Pay. That will enable people to use their Google Account as a digital ticket for travel or entertainment.Read more
Fortunately, child poverty can be addressed by simply paying the basic income to everybody regardless of age. This would be a true Universal Basic Income that would help the entire family – not just the children.
Another use parents can make is to put the basic income into a bank account as a college savings. Most importantly, the money would be going to parents, not to social workers and other bureaucrats. It would be more likely to benefit the kids directly where they live.
A country should be judged on what it does for children and how it supports parents. By those standards, America is doing a terrible job. A nation that refuses to support the most important workers of all; parents in the most important job of all, parenting deserves to fail.Read more