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9 Multimillionaires Who Lost It All but Came Back

From www.entrepreneur.com

You're never so rich you can't go broke and you're never so broke you can't get rich.
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Why Media Must Remember That Twitter is Still Relevant

From www.convinceandconvert.com

Announcements, updates, disasters, they're all being broken to the news by Twitter. So even when marketers say that Twitter may be "dead", PR and media cannot ignore its power to reach the masses quickly.
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The importance of proper accounting for cannabis businesses

From mjbizdaily.com

Although many states have deemed marijuana an essential business and allowed retailers and other businesses to remain open during the coronavirus pandemic, marijuana companies are beginning to feel the effects of the COVID-19 financial fallout. ...
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Signs Your Accounting System is Holding You Back

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Attend this free webinar and learn how to streamline processes, maximize efficiency, and increase profit.
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The 10 Most Reliable Ways to Fund a Startup

From www.entrepreneur.com

Every funding decision is a complex tradeoff between near-term and longer-term costs and paybacks, as well as overall ownership and control.
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Study: B2B Buyers Aren't Too Happy With Salespeople

From contently.com

B2B salespeople have a hard job, and according to a recent study, not many of them are doing it particularly well.
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5 Golden Rules for Building an Audience in a Boring Industry

From contently.com

A good content strategy can work in any industry, provided it's the right strategy.
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5 Brands Successfully Using Education to Engage

From www.convinceandconvert.com

Brands don't just have to promote, promote, promote. Sometimes loyalty can be created by providing great information.Here are 5 brands using education to engage...
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Goldman Sachs slaps Apple with the lowest price target of any major research firm as analysts predict TV Plus will eat iPhone profits (AAPL) | Markets Insider

From markets.businessinsider.com

Apple dropped as much as 2.7% on Friday after Goldman Sachs predicted that the company's new accounting would cut into iPhones' average selling price. Ana...
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The 5 hottest marketing jobs in a digital age

From businessesgrow.com

What is the forecast for marketing employment?Here is projection of some of the hottest marketing jobs...
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Fortune 500 Company Avnet Works With BitBay to Add Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash Payment Option

From cointelegraph.com

One of the global leaders of electronic components distributions is working with BitPay to facilitate a cryptocurrency payment option.
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Learn the Accounting Skills That Can Help Your Business Thrive

From www.entrepreneur.com

Now's your chance to gain financial literacy from a CPA.
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Compliance: Why It Matters and How to Achieve It

From filefacets.com

When your data is not secure, either your business gets mired in expensive recovery operations or the cost of business becomes unsustainable.
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How much money does Amazon make from Prime? The SEC wants to know —

From qz.com

Amazon has long been tight-lipped about its signature Prime membership program.
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Humans vs. Bots: Who Controls the Internet?

From contently.com

 Bot traffic is dropping, but is that actually bad for the health of the Internet?
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This Excel Course Can Help You Climb the Career Ladder

From www.entrepreneur.com

The 'Master Microsoft Excel Macros and Excel VBA' class shows you how to automate and customize tasks for faster reports and more intuitive spreadsheets.
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Value vs. Growth Investing

From www.gefsinsandinv.com

Among stock-market investors there’s long been a debate between those who favor value and those who favor growth.
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Bitcoin Fund Debuts on Canada’s Biggest Stock Exchange – CRYPTO CRYPTO NEWS

From cryptocryptonews.com

CI Global Asset Management has begun to trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange in Canada. The fund’s initial public offering managed to raise $72 million and units commenced trading in both U.S. dollars and Canadian dollars. CI Global Fund Begins Trading CI Global Asset Management has made it known that it has completed the initial public offering of the CI Galaxy Bitcoin Fund. According to the press release, $72 million was raised from the listing. Initially, the fund had different classes such as class A, class C, and class F. However, regardless of their class, each share unit was sold for $10. But, when the offerings were closed, classes C and F had collapsed into a class A share. With trading set to begin today, all the shares have been put for trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). Investors can trade the shares against both United States Dollars and the Canadian dollar. BTCG.U and BTCG.UN are the tickets for the trade. The announcement further went on to reveal that the fund would be an investment option that would give holders an opportunity to invest in bitcoin via an institutionally backed fund platform. The fund’s bitcoin would be stored in a cold storage system which is the preferred method of protection offered by some of the leading protocols in the crypto space. Galaxy Digital to Act as Fund Sub-Adviser A leading crypto firm that has made its name as an intermediary between the crypto industry and corporate institutions, Galaxy Digital, would act as the sub-adviser of CI’s new bitcoin fund. As the sub-adviser, Galaxy Digital would have the right to carry out trades on behalf of the Fund in the market. The press release further stated that the fund was going to be investing in bitcoin directly. While the bitcoin holdings of the fund are going to be priced using the Bloomberg Galaxy Bitcoin index tool. CEO, Kurt MacAlpine who is the CEO of CI Galaxy Bitcoin Fund parent’s company CI Financial Corp., said that the fund would give investors the benefit of having to choose from an array of quality investment options. In his words the fund would be: “Providing investors with the benefits of a broad choice of high-quality alternative investment options.” Bitwise Starts Strong in the United States A recently launched crypto fund in the United States, Bitwise, has had one of the strongest starts in the history of crypto-based funds in the country. According to reports, the crypto fund was able to record $67 million of its shares being traded within the first 72 hours of its emergence. The Bitwise fund, however, currently operates as a trust because it is yet to get the express approval of the US financial authorities, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). What do you think about the bitcoin fund trading on TSX? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below. Image Credits: Shutterstock, Pixabay, Wiki Commons Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only. It is not a direct offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell, or a recommendation or endorsement of any products, services, or companies. Bitcoin.com does not provide investment, tax, legal, or accounting advice. Neither the company nor the author is responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any content, goods or services mentioned in this article.
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Orchestrating Your Retirement Accounts | Signature Financial Group

From www.library-messages.com

Getting the instruments of your retirement to work in concert may go far in realizing the retirement you imagine.
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Why India needs bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies?

From www.financialexpress.com

In the last fortnight, Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have taken the world by a storm. The currency has hit $22,000 in value and is being compared to gold.
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