Wall Street offered a moderate performance last week. Sugar, uranium miner, bitcoin miner, cannabis and carbon offset strategy companies topped the list.
Bitcoin climbed above $30,000 for the first time since June 2022 on bets that the Fed will soon end its aggressive monetary tightening campaign, and turmoil in the banking sector.
Wall Street delivered a mixed performance last week due to the concerns regarding the ongoing banking crisis made up somewhat by the bets over a less hawkish Fed.
Bitcoin, the largest digital currency by market value, topped $25,000 for the first time since mid-2022. Investors looking to ride the bitcoin rally could consider ETFs.
Cryptocurrency won last week though Wall Street delivered mixed performance.
The Russia-Ukraine war, stock market volatility and the latest executive order by President Biden to regulate the crypto market should boost retail investors' interest in crypto currencies and the related...
Let's take a look at some ETF areas that investors will like to consider amid the war between Russia and Ukraine in March.
During the ongoing war, cryptocurrencies have acted as a store of value as well as allowed to conduct rapid and cost-efficient digital transactions, highlighting its status as a safe-haven asset.