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Feb. 10, 2021, 9:00 a.m. EST

Stocks aren’t in a bubble, but here’s what is, according to fund manager Cathie Wood

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The manager of the ARK Innovation ETF points the bubble accusation at another asset class. See full story.

Most bitcoin investors are inexperienced and volatility-shy. They’re ‘playing Russian roulette,’ says this analyst

Most bitcoin investors don’t have a tax-free savings account or pension, and are far more unwilling to lose money on their investment than the volatility in crypto assets would suggest they should, according to new research. See full story.

Trump’s second impeachment trial kicks off with video of siege, 56-44 vote in favor of its constitutionality

The second impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump gets going Tuesday with a focus on dramatic footage and the constitutionality of the proceedings. See full story.

Expect to get COVID-19 shots for years to come, Johnson & Johnson CEO says

In an interview with CNBC, CEO Alex Gorsky said mutations of the coronavirus will necessitate changes to vaccines, much like annual flu shots. See full story.

Cisco faces uncertainties as many continue to work from home

Networking giant Cisco Systems Inc. is looking for slight revenue growth next quarter, which would be its first growth since November 2019, but some of its core equipment businesses are still hurting from the pandemic. See full story.


‘We had been planning on eventually purchasing a home together, so the plan was that he would put his inheritance in a savings account for the eventual down payment on the home.’ See full story.

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