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World Gov’ts Eye Blockchain As Dollar’s Power Wanes, Says Ripple CEO

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Authored by Marie Huillet via CoinTelegraph.com,

Blockchain is offering global governments a serious alternative to a strained financial system, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse says.

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Cryptocurrency advocates have long been keen to point to the weaknesses of fiat currency. Now an uncertain world rocked by a global health crisis and geopolitical flare-ups is bringing them into dialogue with the mainstream more than ever. 

In a tweet thread published on Aug. 3, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse engaged with a recent article in Bloomberg, which had surveyed the gamut of potential alternatives to the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. 

The article spanned gold, several major fiat currencies — the yen, yuan and euro —  the Special Drawing Rights issued by the IMF, and ended with cryptocurrencies. 

Majority of governments are “looking seriously at blockchain” 

Garlinghouse said the momentum behind digital currencies on the cusp of the 2020s was a question of “trust in the financial system at the end of the day.”

“As global populations continue to lose confidence in fiat currencies (as we’re seeing with USD), they will choose to diversify. Our future global financial system will do the same,” he argued.

His argument held a line close to Fundstrat’s Tom Lee, who had told Bloomberg that:

trust is really getting broken in the traditional financial system—that’s the theme. The less trust you have in the dollar, the more you want alternatives.”  

Against this backdrop of economic upheaval, cracks in the post-1989 geopolitical order, and strains to global trade and investment, Garlinghouse argued that the intrinsic benefits of cryptocurrencies are more apparent than ever before:

A year ago, many decried crypto as a scam, and now a majority of govts are looking seriously at blockchain. It addresses frictions (i.e. settlement, transparency, etc) that were assumed VERY hard to solve before. Crypto is up 80% while USD is down 3% YTD [year-to-date].”

China’s development of a central bank digital currency is the key example of the rising power’s turn to innovative technologies to raise its game in the new century’s geopolitical, monetary and technological contests. 

Dollar strains

The COVID-19 economic crisis began bullishly for the U.S. dollar, with investors fleeing to its “refuge” early on — spurring an exceptional 9% rally. 

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Johnson & Johnson announced Wednesday that it will develop and deliver 100 million doses of its coronavirus vaccine for the U.S. in a deal totaling more than $1 billion.

The company’s experimental vaccine is currently in early-stage human trials and is expected to begin late-stage human trials in September, executives have previously said. The deal gives the U.S. the option to order an additional 200 million doses, according to the announcement.

This is really all that matters. Just about everything else is noise, because the virus being prevented will change it all. Therefore, if you just think and focus on this one thing, you’re saving yourself a lot of time.

There will now be a steady procession of vaccine related news each week into the actual FDA approval. My bet is that the first vaccine is approved this fall, before the election. I don’t know anything about vaccines but I know all I need to know about people and incentives.

Batches are already being produced for several of the leading vaccine candidates. Maybe more than one gets approved this year. You don’t need enough doses for everyone. You just need enough for people to feel like the problem has a solution.

The economy is going to roar if this happens. Roar. The stock market is sniffing this possibility out. So are the metals and other commodity prices.

If you’re hearing people saying boring, predictable things like “It’s going to be a long time before things get back to where they were blah blah blah” they’re absolutely clueless about how this stuff works. It’s not about the degree of recovery for the stock market, or some now-forgotten high watermark for a particular economic benchmark. Nobody gives a f*** about that. It’s DIRECTIONAL. That’s all that ever concerns the stock market. Which way are we going and at what speed? 

Well, on a vaccine approval, we’re getting our lives back and all the activity around you is going up. And the speed will be breakneck. We just need to get through the air pockets between now and then.

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Beyond Meat Has Not Disclosed Its Environmental Effects

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

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A recent S&P Global Market Intelligence Trucost analysis found that Beyond Meat Inc., the maker of plant-based meat alternatives, has not disclosed the full extent of its environmental impacts. This includes the amount of greenhouse gases emitted or the volume of water discharged.


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Beyond Meat Has “0″ Disclosure Of Environmental Impacts

Key insights from the analysis include:

  • Beyond Meat’s weighted environmental disclosure ratio, which shows what percentage of its environmental impacts it discloses, is 0, according to the most recent data for all of 2018.
  • Despite larger companies usually emitting more pollutants, they tend to have higher disclosure ratios.
    • Tyson Foods Inc. received a disclosure ratio of 98% for 2018, and Hormel Foods Corp. received a disclosure ratio of 99%.
    • Both companies have a ratio of 100% for greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Although Beyond Meat has published a study showing that plant-based meats generally take fewer resources to produce, the analysis conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan’s Center for Sustainable Systems does not comment on its footprint for the company as a whole.

Background: Trucost, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, is a leader in carbon and environmental data and risk analysis. The unit assesses risks relating to climate change, natural resource constraints, and broader environmental, social, and governance factors. It was acquired by S&P Global in 2016.

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Beyond Meat Now Starting Carbon-Footprint Assessment

A spokesperson for Beyond Meat told S&P Global Market Intelligence that the company “is starting the process of conducting a carbon-footprint assessment aimed at identifying opportunities to strengthen our environmental commitment and further reduce our impact.” The company also pointed to a 2018 analysis showing that manufacturing a single Beyond Burger required substantially less water, greenhouse gases and energy than a quarter-pound beef burger. That study, conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan’s Center for Sustainable Systems, did not address the company’s broader disclosures.

The study suggested that plant-based meats generally take fewer resources to produce, largely because they avoid resource-intensive inputs such as water and feed for animals

Read the full article here by S&P Global Market Intelligence

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“Is we getting” a new stimulus check? Google has the answers

By Michelle Jones. Originally published at ValueWalk.

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Coronavirus Stimulus checks have been on the minds of many Americans, and now a couple of Google searches reveal just how much that is the case. Apparently, Google thinks people use bad grammar when searching for things, and a search for “is we getting” brings up a bunch of stimulus-related topics.


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Is we getting more Coronavirus stimulus checks?

If you type “is we getting” into the Google search bar, the first autofill answer is: “is we getting a new stimulus check.” Other autofill responses include “is we getting… more stimulus checks,” “hazard pay,” and “another stimulus check.”

Google’s service to bad grammar mirror the searches you get if you type “are we getting” instead of “is we getting.” Some of the autofill responses to “are we getting” include “are we getting a stimulus check,” “are we getting another stimulus check,” and “are we getting a second stimulus check.”

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Finally, movement on stimulus negotiations

After seven meetings and more than 12 hours, the White House and top Democrats are finally starting to make progress on the stimulus package. Tuesday’s meeting between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and White House officials was the most productive of all the meetings that were held up to that point.

Schumer claimed both sides made some concessions and that the talk shad finally moved beyond identifying places where the two sides disagree or looking for areas of overlap. The White House and top Democratic leaders are now moving to actual proposals.

Although that seems like a very minor shift, it does mean Americans are another step closer to a second stimulus payment. Disagreement on other provisions for the stimulus package have been holding up that second round of payments, although it seems both Republicans and Democrats agree more are necessary.

Both sides have set Friday as the deadline for getting a deal done and moving forward on the next package.

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Energy Companies Provide More Robust Carbon Disclosures

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

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New S&P Analysis: Energy companies provide more robust carbon disclosures than other sectors


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A new S&P Global Market Intelligence analysis found that larger U.S. publicly traded companies tend to be more transparent than smaller ones about their climate risks, and energy, utilities and materials companies generally disclose them more than other industries regardless of their size.

Large Energy Companies Tend To Have Higher Carbon Disclosure Ratios

An analysis of Trucost data shows that larger companies tend to have higher disclosure ratios:

  • 89% of U.S. publicly traded companies with $5 billion or more in market capitalization in the energy and utility sectors had a weighted carbon disclosure ratio above 75%.
  • About 80% of large-cap companies in the materials sector achieved a ratio above 75% while 57% of consumer companies, 44% of financial companies, 37% of healthcare companies and 35% of technology media, and telecommunications companies achieved a ratio in the top quartile.
  • Power companies are largely ahead of the pack because the electric utility sector has higher direct impacts on the environment than most sectors and is generally further along on carbon disclosures.
  • Within the energy utility subsector, 93% of electric utilities, all four independent power producers and energy traders, and 93% of multi-utilities that hold both natural gas pipeline and electric generation assets had a 2018 Trucost carbon disclosure ratio of 75% or higher.
  • In comparison, 10 out of 11 gas utilities received a 2018 Trucost carbon disclosure ratio of zero.

Background: Trucost, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, is a leader in carbon and environmental data and risk analysis. The unit assesses risks relating to climate change, natural resource constraints, and broader environmental, social, and governance factors. It was acquired by S&P Global in 2016.

See the full analysis here by S&P Global Market Intelligence

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Curbside Pickup In The Time Of Coronavirus Pandemic

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

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With the coronavirus pandemic still in full swing, people are learning to adapt. Whether it’s working from home, wearing a mask, or even utilizing alternative ways to purchase items, ways of life had to be changed drastically to help curb the spread of the virus.


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When shelter-in-place orders began, businesses were forced to close or reduce their hours of operation. But essential businesses were required to stay open and function as best and safely as possible. One way to do this is by offering curbside pickup. This service allows consumers to purchase items in advance and collect them at an agreed-upon time outside the store. A great deal of these sales are contactless as well.

But how many people took advantage of this service? In a new study, LeithCars.com, a website where people can buy and trade cars, surveyed 1,021 people who had made at least one shopping trip since the onset of shelter-in-place orders in March. They wanted to find out if more shoppers were making the switch and why. The survey findings reveal which generations most rely on curbside pickup, how often people use the service and their experience with it, and how curbside is perceived in terms of stress, safety, and convenience.

How Many People Are Using Curbside Pickup?

According to the study, nearly 3 in 5 people said they used curbside pickup for shopping since the pandemic began. Families with children in the household were more likely to use this service (66%). Overall, 32% of people said they had used curbside pickup for the first time when the pandemic hit.

Millennials (63%) used this service the most, with Generation X (53%) and baby boomers (45%) not far behind.

More than 2 in 5 people who did not use curbside pickup shopped at least once a week, the highest frequency of any shopper surveyed. Of those who’ve used this service, 40% of people do so once a week. Approximately 36% shop this way more than once a week.

Curbside vs. In-Person Shopping

On average, it took 24 minutes to complete a round of curbside pickup shopping compared to 37 minutes of shopping in-store. There…
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Navigating Through Market Volatility – 3 Mistakes To Avoid

By Gary Skovron. Originally published at ValueWalk.

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The coronavirus has brought one of the worst scares to the stock markets since the Great Depression. There’s no doubt about it. Some stocks have hit a rock bottom and have made even the 2008 Financial Crisis look like a small blip in the charts. But at the end of the day, and when considering the bigger picture, this market crash was simply another bout of market volatility.


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And market volatility happens all the time. 

The question is, how to navigate through it? Well, it’s all about knowing how to stand strong through the uncertainty and to ultimately make the most of the opportunity. Because hugely volatile markets certainly shouldn’t be feared. In fact, clever investors know these moments can often present the greatest opportunity.

Volatile markets are also great learning hurdles for all investors to grow from, whether you consider yourself an expert or beginner.

Reacting To Market Volatility

Your first question is probably along the lines of – how can we establish some certainty by predicting which direction the market will go next? 

The simple answer is, you can’t. Time has shown that not even the very best financial advisers can consistently predict market volatility.

That means, us as investors can only prepare how to react to substantial volatility and protect themselves from the whipsaw effect. Knowing what kind of strategy you may implement when a big crash does occur, will hopefully reduce some of the stress investors suffer from when not knowing what to do. Of course, this ‘strategy’ should not be set in stone but rather be reactive to the situation.

In a large sell-off senario, you have 3 options;

  1. Sell to recoup your losses.
  2. Hold out the storm.
  3. Buy more when you think it’s at rock bottom.

Statistically, it’s usually the investors that find the courage to stick to their long-term plans that are rewarded as the markets bounce back. 

Market Recovery Is Guaranteed

The first thing you need to know is that a market recovery will always follow large amounts of volatility as the markets work to even themselves out. It’s science. It may take months or…
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Coronavirus stimulus checks: who could get the payment first?

By Aman Jain. Originally published at ValueWalk.

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It is certain that there will be another round of coronavirus stimulus checks. The question, however, is when and how much. Though we may not know when you will get the coronavirus stimulus checks, we do have an idea of who would get the payment first once the IRS starts sending out the payments.


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Coronavirus stimulus checks: who gets the payment first?

It is largely expected that the IRS would use the same tools and process to send out the next coronavirus stimulus checks payment as it did for the first one. In the first round, the payment was sent first to those who filed 2018 or 2019 tax returns, as well as have provided the agency with their direct deposit information.

If the same process is followed, then those who have already registered for direct deposit, either through their 2019 tax filing or before, would be the first to get the payment. As per the IRS, about 80 million people received the payment in the first week that the agency started disbursing it.

The next recipients were the social security beneficiaries who had shared their deposit information with the federal agencies. Then the IRS started sending out paper checks a week later. These checks were sent to those who didn’t sign up for the direct deposit.

Then in mid-May, the agency started sending out the payment through Economic Impact Payment (EIP) debit cards. These prepaid cards were sent to about 4 million people.

This time, however, it is possible that those who got the payment through the debit card in the first round would get the payment more quickly. For sending the payment now, the IRS would just have to transfer the payment to the old cards, rather than issuing new cards, which is time consuming.

Who would qualify?

Now let’s see who would qualify for the next coronavirus stimulus checks. The qualifications for the next round of payments is almost clear as the proposals – HEROES Act and HEALS Act – carry the same basic requirements. Moreover, these qualifications are the same as the CARES Act. Here’s who would qualify for the next stimulus payment:…
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Is the US Dollar Nearing Bottom? Or Is It Different This Time?

Courtesy of Chris Kimble

The U.S. Dollar ran into a perfect storm in 2020: a pandemic (Coronavirus), an easy Federal Reserve, and trillions of dollars in government stimulus.

The result has been a steep decline in the greenback.

Looking at today’s chart, however, suggests that the US Dollar may be nearing a bottom. That is if recent history proves true.

The Dollar is testing its 9-year bullish up-trend support at (1) and US Dollar bulls are disappearing. In fact, investors are the least bullish the US Dollars (20% bulls) since 2011 at (2). Notice that each time the Dollar tested support with few Dollar bulls, it rallied higher.

Time for a rally? Or will this time be different?

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Financial Literacy and Student Loans: A Complex Relationship

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

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Given the fragile state of the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, there’s been some renewed emphasis placed on financial literacy. It’s always been important to have a general understanding of finances in order to stay afloat, but it’s, perhaps, never been more crucial. This tenet also undoubtedly applies to student loans; a topic that’s been a big point of discussion throughout the country over the last several months.


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In order to understand more clearly Americans’ level of financial knowledge and how it relates to student loans and demographics, CollegeFinance.com analyzed three data sets – FINRA’s The State of U.S. Financial Capability study, the U.S. Census Bureau, and the U.S. Department of Education. The results paint an eye-opening picture of how certain factors contribute to student loan health and just how important financial literacy is right now.

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It Pays to Know Your Finances

The data analyzed by College Finance showed that just 33% of those with high scores on a financial literacy test graduated with student loans, while 72% of those with a moderate score had debt. Most notably, 80% of those who received low scores on financial literacy tests graduated with student loans.

High-scoring individuals fared well when it came to making late payments as well, with 70% of those who scored well on literacy tests never making a late payment. Just 9% of those with high scores made a late payment once. On the flip side, only 42% of low-scoring individuals had never made a late payment on their student loans.

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The State of Financial Education

Do demographics factor in at all when it comes to financial literacy? As it turns out, the correlation between participation and availability of financial education in different states and financial literacy scores paints an interesting picture. New Hampshire ranked number one for financial literacy scores among states, but 17th for participation and 20th for availability. On the other hand, though, Utah came in first for both participation and availability – as well as number two in the ranking of financial literacy scores.

The worst state for participation and availability was Kentucky, who ranked 51st in both. However, they remained a bit further…
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Beirut explosion: the disaster was exceptional but events leading up to it were not – researchers

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UConn Becomes First Major College In The US To Cancel 2020 Football Season

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UConn's 2020 football season will forever remain the year that could have been.

The Connecticut flagship state university set a nationwide precedent on Wednesday when its athletic department announced that it would cancel its upcoming football season over fears tied to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Beyond Meat Has Not Disclosed Its Environmental Effects

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

A recent S&P Global Market Intelligence Trucost analysis found that Beyond Meat Inc., the maker of plant-based meat alternatives, has not disclosed the full extent of its environmental impacts. This includes the amount of greenhouse gases emitted or the volume of water discharged.

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Beyond Meat Has "0" Disclosure Of Environmental Impacts

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Is the US Dollar Nearing Bottom? Or Is It Different This Time?

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The U.S. Dollar ran into a perfect storm in 2020: a pandemic (Coronavirus), an easy Federal Reserve, and trillions of dollars in government stimulus.

The result has been a steep decline in the greenback.

Looking at today’s chart, however, suggests that the US Dollar may be nearing a bottom. That is if recent history proves true.

The Dollar is testing its 9-year bullish up-trend support at (1) and US Dollar bulls are disappearing. In fact, investors are the least bullish the US Dollars (20% bulls) since 2011 at (2). Notice that each ...



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Twitter Says "Human Error" And "Spear-Phishing Attack" Responsible For Massive Bitcoin Hack

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Twitter suffered from a major hack about two weeks ago and has now said that its staff was tricked by "spear-phishing", which is a targeted attack to trick people into simply handing out their passwords. 

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The numbers of new cases in some of the hardest hit COVID19 states have started to plateau, or even decline, over the past few days. A few pundits have noted it and concluded that it was a hopeful sign. 

Is it real or is something else going on? Like a restriction in the numbers of tests, or simply the inability to test enough, or are some people simply giving up on getting tested? Because as we all know from our dear leader, the less testing, the less...



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