Your daily source for trading strategies, tech news, and politically incorrect humor.
Hey there, Bullets Fans –
Your Morning Bullets Brief Updates are here! And that means trivia is, too.
What happened on this day in 1837?
Think you know the answer? You can check it in the closing area down below!
Image Source: Morning Bullets
As one of this country’s largest pipelines remains largely shuttered after a ransomware attack, gasoline and oil prices soared this morning. According to an NBC News report, a Russian criminal group may be behind the cyberattack.
This morning, stock futures tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 were poised for slight gains, while the Nasdaq 100 futures were pointing to a marginal loss.
Meanwhile, the second-biggest digital currency in the world topped a new, $4,000 record. And dogecoin tumbled 12% this morning after the “Dogefather” himself made a “Saturday Night Live” appearance over the weekend.
On Sunday, the Tesla CEO tweeted “SpaceX is going to put a literal Dogecoin on the literal moon,” after sharing that the company would accept the meme-inspired digital asset to pay for the mission. More details can be found in the articles, below.
And the U.K. Prime Minister plans to announce the loosening of lockdown restrictions.
Other News That Matters To You:
His picks have always been right on the money, don’t miss this year’s top pick
Image Source: Getty Images
As financial firms and investors move to Florida in droves, economic growth looks bright in the Sunshine State.
“For years, even though people would talk about moving, it really wasn’t cool among the wealthy to move to Florida. It was like, OK, you couldn’t hack it in New York, so you go to Florida,” a wealth reporter said. “Now you’re that chump who stayed in New York.”
As more venture capital is raised, the state is slowly beginning to shift its reputation from wannabe to a potentially legitimate player in the tech and finance industry.
However, not everyone agrees that it’s only a matter of time before Florida cements its legitimacy in this arena.
“New York gets, you know, seven or eight times the amount of venture capital investment flowing into it than Florida does. And California gets, you know, five times what New York gets,” says Cristobal Young of Cornell University. “So Florida is not part of the tech economy at all.”
More Headline You Need To Read: