We asked 20 strategists where bitcoin prices are headed. Here’s what they said

Market strategists and financial advisors report rising interest from their investing clients about bitcoin — and many strategists see more upside for the cryptocurrency. From March 8 to March 15, CNBC International conducted a survey of 20 investing strategists to get their take on bitcoin, which began moving higher in the fourth quarter of last… Continue reading We asked 20 strategists where bitcoin prices are headed. Here’s what they said

5 Things Every Family Should Know About Paying For College

For many families, paying for college is one of the biggest financial decisions they’ll make. College tuition is the highest it’s ever been — and the financial aid process is anything but clear. American journalist Ron Lieber’s new book, The Price You Pay for College aims to take the black box of college financials and,… Continue reading 5 Things Every Family Should Know About Paying For College

Crypto investors ‘should be prepared to lose all their money,’ top UK regulator warns

LONDON — Thinking of investing in a cryptocurrency? Be prepared to lose all your money. That’s the message from the U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority, which on Monday warned investments and lending products related to crypto come with “very high risks.” “The FCA is aware that some firms are offering investments in cryptoassets, or lending or… Continue reading Crypto investors ‘should be prepared to lose all their money,’ top UK regulator warns

Europe is about to unveil changes to its financial regulations due to the coronavirus crisis

Strict financial regulations in Europe, known as Mifid II, have been in place for over two years — but change is just around the corner. The European Commission, the executive arm of the EU, will announce adjustments Friday to its Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid), which was first introduced in 2007 and then updated… Continue reading Europe is about to unveil changes to its financial regulations due to the coronavirus crisis

STANFORD UNIVERSITY AXING 11 VARSITY SPORTS… Due To Financial Hit From COVID-19

Stanford University just announced it’s eliminating a whopping 11 varsity sports after the 2020-21 school year … and it’s all thanks to COVID-19. The school went public with its decision in an open letter Wednesday … officially canceling the following programs: men’s and women’s fencing, field hockey, lightweight rowing, men’s rowing, co-ed and women’s sailing,… Continue reading STANFORD UNIVERSITY AXING 11 VARSITY SPORTS… Due To Financial Hit From COVID-19