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10 Cryptocurrencies to Watch in Q2 2018

Authored by John Bardinelli via Investinblockchain Q1 2018 was bloody. The whole crypto market went for a slide with heavy hitters like Bitcoin and Ethereum dropping considerably. While some investors have been left reeling, those actually working on the technology...

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Spread Trading Newsletter April 12, 2018: Soybean meal.

   Authored by Vittoria Onufrio via Halifax America Let's take a look at the following spread SMK18-SMQ18 (Soybean meal) The Spread Indicator entered the oversold level. The indicator crossed below - 80 suggesting that the May 2018 soybean meal contract is stronger...

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Aggregated Crypto News 4-11-18

Coindesk Taiwan Steps Closer to Anti-Money Laundering Rules for Bitcoin The government of Taiwan has moved a step closer to regulating bitcoin under existing anti-money laundering (AML) rules. Cloud Mining Contracts Are Securities, Says Philippines SEC The Philippines...

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Trapped Below $7K: Is Bitcoin Prepping for a Big Breakout?

Authored by Omkar Godbole via Coindesk Bitcoin (BTC) has spent a better part of the last 24 hours trading a tight range around $6,800. In fact, the cryptocurrency has been restricted to an increasingly narrow price range for almost a week now, with neither the bulls...

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Here Are the 10 Largest Cannabis Stocks

The big event that many investors are anticipating is that Canada may legalize recreational cannabis use this summer. Should this happen, the cannabis industry could experience impressive growth, as much as 25% - 35% each year through 2021 according to some analysts...

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