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What The Charts Say: "Now Is The Time To Worry"


Last week, I discussed the boost the market received as the BOJ made an unexpected move into negative interest rate territory …


Scientists may have found a way to destroy the bedbug

Scientists have for the first time sequenced the genome of New York City bed bugs, a project that could one day offer a way to contain one of the …


10 Ways to Become a Millionaire in Your 20s

“College and graduate school are irrelevant.”

This piece was originally published on Entrepreneur.

Imagine if you could become a millionaire. How great would it be to have the money you need to live the lifestyle you have always wanted? Now imagine if you could do this in your 20s?

Even if you think …


Dollar tumbles as Fed rescues China in the nick of time

The central banks of Europe and Japan discover that it is impossible to stave off deflation by debasing their currencies when everybody is playing the same game

The US dollar has suffered one of the sharpest drops in 20 years as the Federal Reserve signals a retreat from monetary tightening, …


The ‘Netflix for planes’ offers unlimited air travel for a monthly fee

A new company named OneGo is hoping to do for air travel what Netflix was able to do for movies: Provide an all-encompassing service for a recurring …

Middle East Travel

Facebook passes Exxon to become 4th most valuable company in the world

Tech is in. Oil is out.

Facebook overtook Exxon Mobil on Monday to become the fourth most valuable company in the world by market capitalization, pushing the oil and gas giant behind not one but four technology giant in the rankings.

The social network's market value surged by tens of billions of …


It’s wrong to compare Zika to Ebola

A committee of the World Health Organisation has declared the Zika virus a global public health emergency. This designation gives the WHO and member states the ability to recommend limits on travel to prevent the potential spread of disease and to call for emergency measures and resources to combat …


3 REITs To Buy That Are Yielding 10%

Picking stocks is like buying cars.

You drive into the car dealership and the first thing that you see is the sticker price on the vehicle. You walk around the car lot looking in the window and then glance over the list of features. You quickly scroll down to the end of the key facts until you see …


Microsoft is experimenting with underwater data centers

When your laptop or your smartphone gets hot, you know it's crunching a lot of data. So you can imagine the amount of heat generated by the racks upon racks of servers that store and process the world's digital lives. Keeping these data centers cool is such a problem that tech companies like …


How IKEA creator Ingvar Kamprad built the world's largest furniture retailer — and a $39 billion fortune

Swedish business magnate Ingvar Kamprad has been at the helm of IKEA, one of the world's largest furniture stores and most beloved brands, for more than 70 years.

With a net worth of $39.3 billion, the retailer ranks as the 10th richest person on earth and the second-richest in Europe, according to …


It's officially a lost decade for the US economy

US real GDP growth was just 0.7% annualized in the fourth quarter, a weak way to end 2015. Never like to see the Zero Handle.

Not that it was such a great full year, either. The American economy remained stuck in meh mode, expanding at just 2.4%, the same as in 2014. Now, from the end of World War II …

American Enterprise Institute

How Scared Should You Be About Zika?

Every time there is a major infectious disease outbreak that scares us — Ebola in West Africa in 2014, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) on the Arabian Peninsula in 2012 and in South Korea in 2015, and now the Zika virus in South and Central America and the Caribbean — government leaders, the …

Arabian Peninsula

Oil price crash: Saudis told to embrace austerity as debt defaults loom

Kingdom faces a future of higher taxes and low fuel subsidies amid fears the world's weakest oil producers will soon begin to buckle

Saudi Arabia faces years of tough austerity as the worst oil price crash in the modern history forces the kingdom to make radical cuts to government largesse, the …


FBI Releases Video of Oregon Occupier "LaVoy" Finicum's Fatal Shooting

The FBI on Thursday released video showing the fatal shooting of an Arizona rancher who was killed as authorities arrested leaders of an armed group occupying an Oregon wildlife refuge.

The video, taken from an aircraft, appears to show Robert "LaVoy" Finicum reaching into a front shirt pocket …


Jail teacher accused of helping 3 inmates escape in California

A woman who taught English classes at a Southern California jail was arrested Thursday on suspicion of helping three inmates — including an alleged killer — escape the lockup, and the men are believed to be riding around in a stolen van.

Nooshafarin Ravaghi, 44, of Lake Forest, was arrested nearly a …

Children's Books

Inspiration #93

Google’s AI just cracked the game that supposedly no computer could beat

Computers have slowly started to encroach on activities we previously believed only the brilliantly sophisticated human brain could handle. IBM’s Deep Blue supercomputer beat Grand Master Garry Kasparov at chess in 1997, and in 2011 IBM’s Watson beat former human winners at the quiz game Jeopardy.


US experts accuse WHO of failing to tackle Zika crisis

American scientists warn Zika virus has “explosive pandemic potential”

American scientists have pleaded with the World Health Organisation to take decisive action over the Zika virus, warning that it has “explosive pandemic potential”.

Writing in the Journal of the American Medical Association, …

Medical Journals

AP sources: Panel proposes ban on air shipments of batteries

WASHINGTON (AP) — A U.N. panel recommended Wednesday that cargo shipments of rechargeable lithium batteries be banned from passenger airliners because the batteries can create fires capable of destroying planes, said aviation officials familiar with the decision.

The International Civilian Aviation …


Samsung warns of tough 2016 after 4Q profit sinks

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Samsung Electronics reported Thursday a bigger-than-expected decline in fourth quarter earnings as its mainstay smartphone and semiconductor businesses suffered from weakening global demand for consumer electronics.

The South Korean company also warned a recovery in profit …


Chinese scientists create monkeys with autism gene

(CNN) — Scientists in China have engineered monkeys to have a human autism gene in the hope that they can find a treatment for the condition, according to the scientific journal, Nature.

A team of researchers at the Institute of Neuroscience in Shanghai created the special test-tube monkeys by …


Apple Beats Earnings Estimates, Lags on Revenue -- Tech Roundup

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Oregon protest leader Ammon Bundy, others arrested; 1 killed

(CNN) — The weeks-long armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge headquarters in Oregon suffered two major blows when protest leader Ammon Bundy was arrested and another key figure was killed.

Bundy and several fellow occupiers were pulled over Tuesday on U.S. Highway 395, a law enforcement …


Hackers Are Selling Your Uber Account Data for $3.78

That's 17 times what your credit card info goes for.

Your Uber account is about 17 times more valuable to a hacker than your credit card credentials, according to a report security company Trend Micro compiled for CNBC. They found that stolen Uber credentials sell for an average of $3.78 per account …


How I Finally Organized My Messy Inbox with Sortd

I’ve tried dozens of solutions to clean up my inbox, and so far, the Sortd Chrome extension comes closest to helping me use and organize email the …


Danish parliament approves plan to seize assets from refugees

European states have reacted in some of the most drastic ways yet to the continent’s biggest migration crisis since the second world war, with Denmark enacting a law that allows police to seize refugees’ assets.

The vote in the Danish parliament on Tuesday, which followed similar moves in …


Chinese stocks dive more than 6% as oil falls

Bloomberg's Mark Barton charts the latest developments with this year's dominant themes: Chinese stocks plunged and crude fell below $30 a barrel. Bloomberg

China’s benchmark index plunged more than 6% Tuesday, after a renewed slump in oil prices kept investors on edge about the global economy.​

The …


France hit by day of protest as workers take to the streets

Police have fired teargas at striking French taxi drivers who tried to march down a major Paris bypass on a day of protests against non-traditional car services such as Uber.

Hundreds of taxi drivers stationed themselves on airport routes and a major intersection into western Paris. Riot police used …


People are throwing money at a Kickstarter for these floating plants

More over succulents, there's a new trendy houseplant in town — the Air Bonsai.

Unlike ordinary potted plants, the Air Bonsai uses hidden magnets that actually suspend your plant in mid-air. Air Bonsai's creator launched a Kickstarter campaign on January 21 and in just four days it has already …


How Landlords Grow Rich In Their Sleep: The Guide To Getting Started With Student Rental Property Investment

Want to know how you can make more money with a rental property?

How Landlords Grow Rich In Their Sleep: The Guide To Getting Started With Student …