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SHARE Facebook Twitter Photo via Wikipedia Forbes reports: Four of this year's highest-paid YouTube stars —Markiplier, Tyler Oakley, Miranda Sings and German Garmendia—were not on the list last year. Each brought in under $2.5 ... Digital Media Wire, 1 month ago
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Donald Trump was the most-read Wikipedia article in 2016 with Margot Robbie the top Aussie

Death and politics dominated party conversations last year and it was no different in the online encyclopaedia world, with the Donald Trump article getting the most clicks in Wikipedia. The president-elect of the USA garnered almost 76 million ...
 Business Insider Australia1 week ago

Inflation Nation (Part 2)

What does our low inflation environment mean for investors? Click to enlarge Core Personal Consumption Expenditure Deflator. Source: Department of Commerce Inflation is an average. Prices in some areas are growing quickly, while others ...
 Seeking Alpha1 week ago

2016 Year-End Commentary And 2017 Outlook: Renormalizing The New Normal

Click to enlarge Click to enlarge Data Source: Bloomberg 2016 Year-End Market Commentary and 2017 Outlook - Renormalizing the New Normal Click to enlarge Source: Wikipedia 2016 turned out to be one of those years where you ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago

Feedback Loop: A Dangerous Populist

Most are familiar with the term " Pavlovian response." Here's a short explanation via Wikipedia: Classical conditioning (also known as Pavlovian or respondent conditioning) refers to a learning procedure in which a biologically potent stimulus ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago

Uranium Is Searching For A Bottom

Click to enlarge Source: ibtimes - Cameco's chief geologist Doug McIlveen stands in a tunnel inside the uranium producer's Cigar Lake mine Photo: Reuters Uranium was apparently formed in supernovas about 6.6 billion years ago and is a ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago

Comparing The DG50 To The Full Complement Of Original Selections

Source:Wikipedia In December of 2014 Mike Nadel put together a well thought out project known as the Dividend Growth 50. This project allowed Mike to construct a portfolio of 50 stocks from the top recommendations of 10 Seeking Alpha contributors ...
 Seeking Alpha4 weeks ago
TheWeek

A mix of bricks and clicks

Oxford University Press (OUP) has launched an end-to-end integrated learning solution tailored to the CBSE curriculum in Idia. Called Oxford Advantage, It includes lesson plans, question banks, test generator, teacher training and professional ...
 TheWeek1 month ago

How much do you know about BIG DATA-Deepak Goel

Wikipedia defines Big Data as a term for data sets that are so large or complex that traditional data processing applications are inadequate to deal with them and involves use of predictive analytics, user behavior analytics, or certain other ...
 Pulse - LinkedIn1 month ago

Trump Trades Are Still On Fire: What's Next?

After taking a week off, the Trump rally regained steam this week. The move blew the top off of two resistance lines that had previously held since December 2014 and March 2000, respectively: Click to enlarge So What Now? This is the third ...
 Seeking Alpha1 month ago
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