Self-made millionaire: You can get rich by giving up coffee

Self-made millionaire: You can get rich by giving up coffee5 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. “Regardless of the size of your paycheck, you probably already make enough money to become rich,” says self-made millionaire David Bach.


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“Regardless of the size of your paycheck, you probably already make enough money to become rich,” says self-made millionaire David Bach.


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Netflix actually got a downgrade from one analyst after its blowout earnings

Netflix’s blowout earnings weren’t enough to convince one analyst that there’s much upside left on the entertainment streaming giant’s stock price. KeyBanc actually lowered its view on the company a day after Netflix reported earning per share of 89 cents, way ahead of Refinitiv estimates of 68 cents. The company saw nearly 7 million new subscribers in the third quarter and projected another 9.4 million in the fourth quarter. “The latter has not developed at a pace that exceeds our expectations,


Netflix’s blowout earnings weren’t enough to convince one analyst that there’s much upside left on the entertainment streaming giant’s stock price. KeyBanc actually lowered its view on the company a day after Netflix reported earning per share of 89 cents, way ahead of Refinitiv estimates of 68 cents. The company saw nearly 7 million new subscribers in the third quarter and projected another 9.4 million in the fourth quarter. “The latter has not developed at a pace that exceeds our expectations,
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Netflix actually got a downgrade from one analyst after its blowout earnings

Netflix’s blowout earnings weren’t enough to convince one analyst that there’s much upside left on the entertainment streaming giant’s stock price.

KeyBanc actually lowered its view on the company a day after Netflix reported earning per share of 89 cents, way ahead of Refinitiv estimates of 68 cents. The company saw nearly 7 million new subscribers in the third quarter and projected another 9.4 million in the fourth quarter.

That was enough to send shares up more than 15 percent at one point, though the gain had cooled to about 10 percent in Wednesday’s premarket trading.

Still, KeyBanc analysts said they would have preferred to see more profit growth opportunities, instead of just subscriber growth.

“While we remain positive on Netflix’s opportunity to grow subscribers and revenue, we believe revenue growth and accelerating margin expansion are needed to drive substantial upside from here,” the firm wrote. “The latter has not developed at a pace that exceeds our expectations, which suggests upside is more limited.”

KeyBanc cut its view on Netflix from overweight to sector weight. The analysts’ price target of $377 suggests a decline from current levels of about $379.50 per share.


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How much money you have to make to be upper-class

How much money you have to make to be upper-class6 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. This is how much you have to make to be considered upper class, according to 2016 data from Pew Research Center.


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There are 3 ways to pay off student loans—here’s how to choose the best one for you

There are 3 ways to pay off student loans—here’s how to choose the best one for you8 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. CEO Charlie Javice breaks down the three ways you can pay off your student loans, and which one would be the best option depending on your financial state.


There are 3 ways to pay off student loans—here’s how to choose the best one for you8 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. CEO Charlie Javice breaks down the three ways you can pay off your student loans, and which one would be the best option depending on your financial state.
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FRANK. CEO Charlie Javice breaks down the three ways you can pay off your student loans, and which one would be the best option depending on your financial state.


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Self-made millionaire: Cutting out avocado toast and lattes won’t make you rich—here’s what will

Self-made millionaire: Cutting out avocado toast and lattes won’t make you rich—here’s what will17 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Don’t listen to the advice to cut back on purchases like brunch and lattes, says personal finance guru and self-made millionaire Ramit Sethi.


Self-made millionaire: Cutting out avocado toast and lattes won’t make you rich—here’s what will17 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Don’t listen to the advice to cut back on purchases like brunch and lattes, says personal finance guru and self-made millionaire Ramit Sethi.
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Self-made millionaire: Cutting out avocado toast and lattes won't make you rich—here's what will

Self-made millionaire: Cutting out avocado toast and lattes won’t make you rich—here’s what will

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Don’t listen to the advice to cut back on purchases like brunch and lattes, says personal finance guru and self-made millionaire Ramit Sethi.


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Here’s what it’s like to live on $100K a year in LA

Here’s what it’s like to live on $100K a year in LA2 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. She has her own YouTube channel Just Between Us, and also hosts a podcast called Bad With Money. Her third book, Bad With Money, is coming out in 2019. Here’s how she spends her money.


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Gaby Dunn is a writer and actress living in Los Angeles. She has her own YouTube channel Just Between Us, and also hosts a podcast called Bad With Money. Her third book, Bad With Money, is coming out in 2019. Here’s how she spends her money.


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A look inside NYC’s newest CBD cocktail bar

A look inside NYC’s newest CBD cocktail bar1 Hour AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. We went to a NYC restaurant and bar and tried some CBD-infused cocktails. It is supposed to give you a calming effect, but how did we like it? Watch the video to find out.


A look inside NYC’s newest CBD cocktail bar1 Hour AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. We went to a NYC restaurant and bar and tried some CBD-infused cocktails. It is supposed to give you a calming effect, but how did we like it? Watch the video to find out.
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Jack Dorsey: ‘Twitter does contribute to filter bubbles’

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is grappling with the unintended consequences of his invention, like many of his peers in the technology industry. “I think Twitter does contribute to filter bubbles and I think that’s wrong of us, we need to fix it,” he said. In his view, a big reason for that is the fact that users only follow accounts they agree with. And that means it’s very unlikely that they’ll see tweets that share an opposing point of view. At present, Dorsey admitted, “we’re not giving them (user


Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is grappling with the unintended consequences of his invention, like many of his peers in the technology industry. “I think Twitter does contribute to filter bubbles and I think that’s wrong of us, we need to fix it,” he said. In his view, a big reason for that is the fact that users only follow accounts they agree with. And that means it’s very unlikely that they’ll see tweets that share an opposing point of view. At present, Dorsey admitted, “we’re not giving them (user
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Jack Dorsey: 'Twitter does contribute to filter bubbles'

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is grappling with the unintended consequences of his invention, like many of his peers in the technology industry.

On stage at Wired’s 25th anniversary summit on Monday, he spoke in a forthright way about the problem of users only see views, news and opinions from one perspective.

“I think Twitter does contribute to filter bubbles and I think that’s wrong of us, we need to fix it,” he said.

In his view, a big reason for that is the fact that users only follow accounts they agree with. And that means it’s very unlikely that they’ll see tweets that share an opposing point of view.

He gave an example of how during the social media firestorm in the months before the Brexit vote, many users only saw tweets from people advocating for or against the United Kingdom remaining within the European Union.

A solution to that problem, in his view, is to provide them with a way to see tweets from both sides by following a topic rather than a person.

“If I’m following an account with a particular viewpoint versus the ability to follow a topic or interest or event … like Brexit to vote leave… there might be a few tweets that counter it,” he said.

At present, Dorsey admitted, “we’re not giving them (users) the tools to have the opportunity to break down the filter bubble.”


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Suze Orman: You don’t need to buy a home to be financially secure

Suze Orman: You don’t need to buy a home to be financially secure9:54 AM ET Fri, 12 Oct 2018To view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Personal finance expert Suze Orman explains why you don’t have to rely on buying a home for financial security.


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Gold nudges down as strong US data boosts rate rise view

Gold prices inched down on Thursday as robust U.S. data potentially bolstered the chances of multiple U.S. interest rate hikes over the next year, but a weaker dollar curbed losses. The marginal decline came even as Wall Street suffered its worst drubbing in eight months. “Rising interest rates is not good news for gold. Asian share markets, meanwhile, sank on Thursday following steep falls on Wall Street. U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday’s stock market sell-off was a long-awaited “cor


Gold prices inched down on Thursday as robust U.S. data potentially bolstered the chances of multiple U.S. interest rate hikes over the next year, but a weaker dollar curbed losses. The marginal decline came even as Wall Street suffered its worst drubbing in eight months. “Rising interest rates is not good news for gold. Asian share markets, meanwhile, sank on Thursday following steep falls on Wall Street. U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday’s stock market sell-off was a long-awaited “cor
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Gold nudges down as strong US data boosts rate rise view

Gold prices inched down on Thursday as robust U.S. data potentially bolstered the chances of multiple U.S. interest rate hikes over the next year, but a weaker dollar curbed losses.

The marginal decline came even as Wall Street suffered its worst drubbing in eight months.

Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,192.58 an ounce at 0430 GMT.

U.S. gold futures edged up 0.2 percent to $1,195.90 an ounce.

“Rising interest rates is not good news for gold. People are preferring U.S. Treasury bonds as they are more attractive in the current environment over gold, despite the sell-off in equities,” said Ronald Leung, chief dealer, Lee Cheong Gold Dealers, Hong Kong.

Data on U.S. producer prices, which rose in September after declining the previous month, and a revision to wholesale inventory estimates for August, added to a hawkish outlook on interest rates.

“The Fed is expected to raise interest rates in December but we are not sure about the future hikes as we have to see how the trade war will affect the U.S. economy. The upcoming mid-term elections in U.S. will also be very crucial,” Leung said.

The Fed can likely stop raising U.S. interest rates once they reach about 3 percent, as long as inflation remains around 2 percent and the economy is doing well, Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans suggested on Wednesday.

Asian share markets, meanwhile, sank on Thursday following steep falls on Wall Street. U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday’s stock market sell-off was a long-awaited “correction,” and the Federal Reserve, which has been raising U.S. interest rates, had gone “crazy”.

“The sentiment that we have seen this morning with the Wall Street and Asian markets tanking is a chance for gold prices to reintroduce as a safe haven again, especially at this time of poor risk appetite,” OCBC analyst Barnabas Gan said.

“That is something investors will be looking at very closely if the dollar falls further.”

The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, was down 0.3 percent.

Spot gold may break a resistance at $1,195 per ounce and edge up to the next resistance at $1,200, as it has temporarily bottomed around a support at $1,182, according to Reuters technical analyst Wang Tao.

Holdings in SPDR Gold Trust, the world’s largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, rose 1.21 percent to 738.99 tonnes on Wednesday, for its first gains since July.

Meanwhile, spot silver was flat at $14.26 an ounce and palladium was little changed at $1,067.24. Platinum slipped 0.9 percent to $811.49 an ounce.


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