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Ian King Joins Banyan Hill Publishing to Empower Prospective Investors

Businessman, Entrepreneur, Expert, Investor
All too often, the word unicorn is appended to mythical stories read to children. In the financial industry, the same word is used to describe a start-up. The $1 billion valuation venture is an absolute rarity. Currently, the unicorn is a start-up venture that many companies have applied to boost businesses. Across the world, over 200 such companies have been labeled as unicorns. Examples of Unicorns You have heard of Uber, Airbnb, Pinterest and lastly, Dropbox. These are unicorns in the business world. As the famous unicorns, these companies have attracted an investment of over $200 billion. In market valuation and statistics, they attract $967 billion with 400 percent as the return. The 400 Percent cannot be traced to a brokerage account as they are property from venture capitalist...

Ted Bauman Predicts Volatility

Bitcoin, Expert, Investor
Today, Bitcoin is one of the hottest products on the market, hailed by many as the future of currency due to its ability to move value from place to place, while also keeping the government out of the equation. While expert opinions have been divided on the potential of Bitcoin, and cryptocurrency in general, financial expert, Ted Bauman recently weighed in on the topic in his newsletter, The Bauman Letter. He points out one major flaw that might hinder the development of Bitcoin, or even bring about its demise – transaction speeds are, for the most part, incredibly slow. While most notable credit card institutions, such as Visa, can process thousands of transactions per second, the technology that Bitcoin is built on, limits it to only a handful of transactions per second. Follow ted Baum

Jeff Yastine Grows More Excited About Regtech Profit Potential

Contributor, Expert
President Trump has promised and delivered the reduction of some federal regulations on business, but he can't eliminate them all. As modern life gets more complicated as technology advances, the government's regulatory agencies have to work overtime to keep up with changes. Plus, Congress keeps passing new laws that require the writing of new federal regulations and guidelines. Courts keep making decisions that affect the laws and regulations, and how the legal system regards them and will apply them to future cases. Learn more at Seeking Alpha about Jeff  Yastine The traditional response of businesses is to appoint compliance officers and hire a department of people, perhaps with the help of an outside law firm of hired gunslingers. That's because keeping up with the changes is a full