High-Frequency Trading (HFT) is something that has been talked about on every news channel you’ve probably watched. In most cases, it’s a large debate between somebody who supports the idea (and likely owns a High-Frequency Trading setup) and somebody who is completely against it.
Social media has become a very important part of our lives. Some people rely on it as a source of income, while others view it as something to catch up with the world on, view the news, find out how their friends are doing, etc.
This may sound like a broad statement, but the blockchain technology truly has the capability to snuff out manufacturers that don’t really care about the surrounding environment.
You’ve most likely seen quite a lot of ads about investments and trading, if you’ve Googled “What is a stock” at least once in your lifetime. The bad news is that Google takes this as your desire to enter the financial market, and then proceeds to bombard you with relevant ads.
The 21st century can be called the century of regulation. The freedom of the market has become quite rampant thanks to technology, and the governments are trying their best to keep things under control.
Your parents have tried to influence your personal or professional life at least once in your lifetime. It happens to all of us, and it’s definitely not something to be ashamed of or angry about. Our parents rarely understand the issue of a changing market, where the demand for different skills outpaces those that were during their generation.