Sports betting has become a popular form of entertainment worldwide, with millions of people placing wagers on their favorite sports
Wall Street wrapped up a winning April buoyed by better-than-expected earnings and easing of banking fears. Cooling inflation added to the strength. The Dow Jones logged its best monthly gain since January,...
About one-quarter of all American adults are poised to collectively bet $15.5 billion on this year's NCAA men's Division I basketball tournament.
Sports-betting company DraftKings (DKNG) shares jumped considerably post earnings.
Between potential Super Bowl market share wins, record earnings, and cost-cutting, DraftKings stock is up 90% in 2023. Can the stock return to 2021 heights?
The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar on Nov 20, driving a craze for sports betting among investors to push up the stocks and ETFs in the sector higher.
These funds are in emerging industries with potential strong returns for investors.
About 45 million people are expected to wager a total of $3.1 billion on the men's tournament alone.