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With its roots tracing back to the late 19th century, the best coal stocks to buy may not seem like a relevant topic today. However, geopolitical conflicts and unprecedented economic undercurrents have forced the sector into the limelight. Primarily, Russia’s reckless invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent U.S.-led sanctions have effectively shelved global energy resources.
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Source: Pixel B / Shutterstock.com 3D printing startup Desktop Metal (NYSE:DM) has gotten itself into a jam. The firm previously raised hundreds of millions of dollars from well-known investors including Google Ventures (NASDAQ:GOOG, GOOGL) and Ford Motor (NYSE:F). However, Desktop Metal has struggled to commercialize its technology, and the value of DM stock has collapsed 82%
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Bond prices are worth watching from day to day as a useful indicator of the direction of interest rates and, more generally, future economic activity. Not incidentally, they’re an important component of a well-managed and diversified investment portfolio. Everybody knows that high-quality bonds are a relatively safe investment. But far fewer understand how bond prices
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As marketing continues to evolve in the 21st century, one of the most successful concepts has been holistic marketing, a strategy to move marketing beyond the marketing department to an enterprise-wide role in strategy for all business functions. Rather than working in silos on isolated advertising projects like traditional marketing departments, holistic marketers identify opportunities,
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Looking under the hood of Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN) does not make me, to say the least, very confident in MULN stock. One of the company’s greatest achievements is supposed to be the electric-vehicle battery that it has produced. According to Mullen, its battery can deliver more than 600 miles of range. That number is, as
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Inflation, interest rates and recession risk have knocked stocks lower again. Alongside stocks, the crypto and non-fungible token (NFT) markets have cratered, too. Yet this latest market meltdown has only had a moderate impact on GameStop (NYSE:GME) stock. What gives? The long side has seemingly regained the upper hand. They bid up the stock post-earnings,
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