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Paul Tudor Jones says crypto is his preferred inflation hedge over gold right now

Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones told CNBC on Wednesday, "Clearly, it's winning the race against gold at the moment."

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Coinbase will offer customers a 'get paid in crypto' direct deposit option

Coinbase announced in September that it will soon launch a way for customers to be paid in cryptocurrency — with no fees. Here's what to know.

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Privacy Implications of an Open Banking System in Canada

McMillan | Darcy Ammerman, Mitch Koczerginski, Robbie Grant, Anthony Pallotta | Oct 12, 2021 Privacy and Open Banking Since open banking is predicated on the free flow of information, privacy is key to an open banking system. In its February 2019 Review into the Merits of Open Banking, the Committee said “[t]he trust needed to


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6 reasons why Americans aren’t returning to work

Job growth has been slower in recent months than many expected, even as job openings are near record highs. So what's keeping people on the sidelines?

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Coinbase will offer customers a 'get paid in crypto' direct deposit option. How to decide if it's right for you

Coinbase announced in September that it will soon launch a way for customers to be paid in cryptocurrency — with no fees. Here's what to know.

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Fixed-income titan Pimco is starting to embrace cryptocurrencies, CIO says

Pimco has dabbled in cryptocurrencies and plans to gradually invest more in digital assets, according to chief investment officer Daniel Ivascyn.

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Switching to Medicare from the public health exchange: How to avoid costly mistakes

You're generally required to enroll in Medicare at age 65 unless you have qualifying coverage elsewhere — and health plans through the marketplace don't count.

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Nearly 1 in 3 Americans expect to take on debt this holiday season. How to not be one of them

The Covid-19 pandemic took a toll on many people's finances, leaving 32% of survey respondents feeling financially unprepared for the coming holiday season.

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SpaceX expected to become more valuable than Tesla, Morgan Stanley survey finds

A Morgan Stanley survey concluded that SpaceX is both a more attractive investment and expected to become more valuable than Tesla.

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Amazon impersonators stole $27 million in a year. Here’s how

About 96,000 consumers reported being targeted by phony Amazon representatives in the year ending in June, a fivefold increase.

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U.S. Justice Department Sets Up National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team

ComplianceX | Jack J. Kelly | Oct 18, 2021 The U.S. Justice Department is creating a national cryptocurrency enforcement team to tackle investigations and prosecutions of criminal misuses of cryptocurrency and to recover the illicit proceeds from these crimes, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said Wednesday. The creation of the National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team, which


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Founder CEO Coaching: ‘It’s the latest sleeveless vest to have a coach’

Sifted | Amy Lewin  | Oct 20, 2021 If you want to know what it really feels like to run a startup, there are a handful of people you need to speak to — and they’re not founders. They’re the founders’ coaches.  They hear it all — cofounder skirmishes, nightmare investors, even founder fetishes —


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Some investors are putting more money into cryptocurrencies than stocks

A survey of cryptocurrency investors found that many of them are now investing more money in the digital assets than they're putting in traditional brokerages.

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Here’s why Democrats’ proposed elimination of Roth conversions for the wealthy doesn’t start until 2032

House Democrats proposed a repeal of Roth conversions for the wealthy. But the provision wouldn't take effect for a decade.

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Op-ed: Should you use extra cash to invest or pay off debt? Here are some options

When you come into money, do you pay off debt or invest? No matter which option you choose, take the time to think it through, make a plan and then execute it.

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