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How to buy crypto

Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum, or other cryptocurrencies operate outside the traditional banking and government systems.  While you can start with regular cash, you will need to go online to purchase a digital wallet on an online cryptocurrency trading platform.  Digital exchanges allow crypto transactions to take place, with digital technologies like the blockchain used to secure the movement of funds. Investing in cryptocurrencies has become vastly

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Which stocks are shooting up today?

After the first 20 minutes of trade, these are the stocks that are shooting higher today. Bubs Australia (BUB) is surging 71.13% today to become the best performing across the entire Australian stock market of more than 2,000 companies. Aruma Resources (AAJ) is the second-best performing, with a 37.88% gain. Isentric (ICU) is the third-best performing, with a 35.87% lift.

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What’s a Bull and a Bear market?

Bull and Bear are basic terms for describing a market’s performance. A Bull market is rising like a bull thrusting its horns upward, while a Bear market is falling like a bear

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What is shorting?

Short selling (or ‘shorting’) inverts the most basic rule of investment, which is to buy low and sell high. Investors who short sell bet on stocks they believe will go down. Short

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What are bonds?

Bonds are like IOU notes. Bonds are a form of debt broken up into smaller parts and sold to investors. In finance, bonds are referred to as Fixed Income Securities.

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How to buy shares

Shares represent part ownership of a business, and can be bought by anyone legally able to acquire them on the share market. Individuals can buy shares through managed funds, crowdfunding and employee

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What is Capex and Opex?

Business expenses can be split into two general categories – Capex and Opex. Capital expenditure (Capex) are costs incurred through investment in equipment, training or other assets that improve long-term performance. Operational

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Why GDP Matters

Gross Domestic Product measures the value a nation creates over a specified period. GDP is a vital statistic for tracking an economy’s overall performance. GDP is affected by government spending, consumption, investment

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What is an IPO?

An IPO (or Initial Public Offering) provides a first impression of a company according to the stock market. An IPO is the very first time a company opens itself up to sell

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Currencies while you were sleeping

The Australian dollar was higher against the major currencies overnight. The Aussie dollar is buying 71.55 US cents. It’s buying €1.50 Euro, £1.76 British Pounds and ¥90.98 Japanese Yen. NOTE: These prices

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Crypto while you were sleeping

CRYPTO TOP 10 CLUB Here are the gainers and losers out of the Top 10 biggest cryptocurrencies by market capitalisation. The largest 10 cryptocurrencies are worth collectively more than US$1 trillion dollars,

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Drill down into today’s commodities

Today’s prices for the basket of key commodities tracked by Grafa are as follows: The spot price for iron ore is US$133.50 a tonne, ahead of the Australian market open. As iron

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What to expect on the ASX today

ASX Futures trading higher ahead of the market open in Sydney. Dow Jones closed up 575.77 points. Bitcoin is trading at US$30,000. The ASX Futures is trading up 81 points, or 1.13%

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The cryptos making waves in the afternoon

CRYPTO TOP 10 CLUB Here are the gainers and losers out of the Top 10 biggest cryptocurrencies by market capitalisation. The largest 10 cryptocurrencies are worth collectively more than US$1 trillion dollars,

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The price we have to pay: Australian businesses reveal

48% of businesses say they will not raise prices, primarily due to the desire to retain customers. One third of Aussie businesses are set to hike the price of goods and services

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The biggest movers of the flyweight cryptos today

Of the micro cryptos, these ones were the movers. Mcashchain rose 338.90% to US$0.015, closing out the day as the biggest winner among the mid-cap cryptocurrencies as at 7PM Sydney time. Coming

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The biggest movers of the featherweight cryptos today

Of the smaller cryptos, these ones were the movers. Mirrored iShares Gold Trust rose 353.48% to US$15.31, closing out the day as the biggest winner among the mid-cap cryptocurrencies as at 7PM

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The biggest movers of the middleweight cryptos today

Of the middle-sized cryptos, these ones were the movers. Metacraft rose 66.39% to US$1.31, closing out the day as the biggest winner among the mid-cap cryptocurrencies as at 7PM Sydney time. Coming

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