This month is the start of forbearance expirations; around 700,000 are expected to be due for review and just over 400,000 forbearance plans are set to lapse. This pending "crisis" where a flood of delinquent homeowners are expected to begin paying again has only three potential outcomes, all of which will impact the real estate market in significant ways. This could include a new payment plan that rolls any missed payments and accrued interest during the forbearance period into the unpaid balance and re-amortizing the loan at an agreed-upon interest rate and term.
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The total cryptocurrency market cap has soared about 200% this year, hitting $2.5 trillion at the time this was written. Much of that growth has come from Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC), which makes up about 45% of the market, according to Coinmarketcap.com. Launched in 2017, Cardano is a public blockchain platform that facilitates peer-to-peer transactions through its internal cryptocurrency called Ada.
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, rents are increasing in every major metropolitan area nationwide, according to one report.
PwC’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate report ranks the top 10 U.S. metro areas in which to buy and build a home next year.
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While stocks don't outperform bonds, gold, or bank certificates of deposit every year, their average annual return has come in significantly higher than other asset classes over very long periods of time. The buzz surrounding digital currencies has taken on a life of its own. To begin with, the regulations surrounding cryptocurrencies, and the many exchanges that allow digital currency trading, are relatively minimal.
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As long as ETH can stay above the September lows, the pullback will, IMHO, be the last low-risk buying opportunity before it rallies to $7500 and ultimately to $9000.
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Over the coming 15 months, Goldman Sachs is forecasting U.S. home prices will continue to soar.
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Rachel “Bunny” Lambert Mellon designed the gardens at this Cape Cod estate, which is known as Scallop Path. It just sold for $19 million.
The company blamed a relatable problem for anyone who has tried to buy or sell a house in the US during the pandemic.
After slipping through September, markets have been trending up again in October. One possible reason: better-than-expected results from the Q3 earnings reports so far. With results in from 41 companies listed on the S&P 500, aggregate earnings are up more than 40% year-over-year. These solid results come even as revenues are down 13% yoy. Of the companies that have reported so far, 85% beat the anticipated EPS, while 70% beat on revenues. With these results, it should come as no surprise to see
Best Buy (BBY) comes up with the hottest tech offers via its Black Friday deals. Its Totaltech membership program is also quite encouraging.
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There's only one Bill Miller, the fund manager who famously beat the S&P 500 for 15 years in a row, through to 2005. Here is what he said in his final investment letter
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In this article, we will take a look at the 7 stocks that activist investor and billionaire Bill Ackman is buying. If you want to skip our detailed analysis on Bill Ackman’s history, investment philosophy, and hedge fund performance, go directly to Activist Investor and Billionaire Bill Ackman is Buying These 2 Stocks. Hedge fund […]
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If the future is anything like the past few years, then shareholders have plenty to be excited about.
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While consumers gear up for gift-giving season, investors should find ways to strengthen their portfolios.
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'The Big Short' investor Michael Burry says he's not betting against crypto - and reveals he bought a couple of coins
Burry warned that crypto is in a speculative bubble, but he's bullish on blockchain technology and sees value in NFTs beyond the digital art world.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Senior Democrats in Congress have agreed to raise their proposed tax reporting threshold for bank account inflows and outflows to $10,000 a year, with exemptions for wage income, from an earlier proposal of $600 that drew criticism for being too intrusive. U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden on Tuesday said the new $10,000 Internal Revenue Service reporting threshold, to be included in Democrats' sweeping "reconciliation" social spending and tax hike legislation, was chosen after consultations with the U.S. Treasury because it is a level frequently used in other bank reporting requirements.
2021 has been an interesting year for crypto and blockchain. After an impressive 2020 that saw the industry not only survive the pandemic but come out of it with more institutional support than ever before, 2021 was the year to build on this foundation. And build it did. 2021 has seen some of the most ambitious projects in the industry that constantly stretch our imaginations of what blockchain can do. As we enter the last quarter of the year, a number of projects in the industry are on track to