Oliver Loutsenko

Oliver writes on micro and macroeconomic topics covering a niche range of diverse, eclectic topics across digital technology and finance fields, tailored to real estate investing as much as possible.

Twitter is the Ultimate Cryptocurrency Stock to BUY NOW

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Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) shares have soared more than 55% and counting in the past year, 2021 (Sun, The Motley Fool). An iconic platform best known as a micro-blogging social network, Twitter is quickly evolving. Moreover, it’s developing into something that’s likely even more influential and lucrative with the rise of cryptocurrencies.  Back in July 2021, Chief …

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The United States NO LONGER Leads the World in CRE Investing

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It’s been covered extensively, but the COVID-19 pandemic has not been kind to CRE investment. Unfortunately, from looking at Real Capital Analytics CRE investment numbers for July 2021 and the general trajectory over a longer-term period, the CRE investing landscape in the US is not likely to change anytime soon (Clark, 2021). That considers far …

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Study Finds Long, Working Hours Kill Nearly a Million Individuals a Year

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According to the WHO (World Health Organization), long-working hours are directly attributed to the death’s of thousands, upon thousands, upon thousands in global cities (check out this past year, alone). We’re talking about nearly a million people in 2016 alone. The study – again conducted by the incredibly prestigious WHO and cited in BBC News …

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The Future of Capital Markets Technology

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Capital Markets are where savings and investments are channeled between suppliers, people, or institutions with capital to lend or invest — as well as those in need (Hayes, Investopedia). Suppliers typically include banks and investors while those who seek capital are businesses, governments, and individuals. Capital markets are composed of primary and secondary markets. The …

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