On June 26, 2019 the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) issued a ruling in Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Thomas invalidating a two-year residency requirement for Tennessee retail liquor stores. The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) has a similar six-month durational-residency requirement required for any person applying to be a
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The Lehigh Valley’s newest medical marijuana dispensary opened its lobby and reception area to the public Thursday morning for a ribbon-cutting, but that’s as far as visitors could go without a prescription card. Keystone Canna Remedies had its soft opening last month at 3340 Hamilton Blvd. in South Whitehall Township. The 7,000-square-foot medical office building
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It’s stressful finding out about losing streaks the hard way. In this podcast, our Head of Investment research and one of our top analysts discuss how traders should approach the markets while on a big drawdown. Join Stavros and James as they go over their own biggest streaks and how backtesting can help recalibrate your
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USD Recovers Off Lows The US dollar is doing its best to recover today following a sharp drop lower, posted yesterday, in response to dovish comments from Fed’s Williams. Williams outlined the need for urgent action from the Fed saying it should not keep its “powder dry” and instead, should act as quickly as possible.
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Not all currency pairs are the same, evidently. And two of the ways they differ is in the level of volatility and liquidity. Some pairs are more volatile and liquid, while others can be more liquid and less volatile, or vice versa. Given how often these traits are mentioned in literature, clearly, they are an
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Cannabis banking reform secured a landmark U.S. Senate panel hearing, financial experts contemplated the impact of Arcview and Curaleaf news, the Food and Drug Administration considers cannabis extracts from both marijuana and hemp varieties in response to a jump in over-the-counter CBD sales – and more of the week’s top headlines. Bank on it News was
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I write this post with some hesitancy because I suspect that it is going to annoy lots of people. This annoys me because the goal of this post is to emphasize the importance of being objective and emotionally agnostic when we’re investing. I’ll put on my flame retardant suit and see how well I can
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Gold The yellow metal exploded higher again this week, breaking to its strongest levels since mid-2013, as comments from Fed Williams sparked expectations of aggressive easing action. Few expected to see the New York Fed President commenting on monetary policy in an outright way. But, in his speech, Williams shocked markets by outlining the case
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Pound Has Been Under Pressure GBP has been under increasing pressure over recent months as the uncertainty around the Brexit outlook increases. This uncertainty is being driven by the Conservative party leadership contest which is currently underway in the UK. The winner of the leadership contest will take over from Theresa May as the new
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(Reuters) – A strong oil sector and firming expectations of more monetary easing from the world’s big central banks drove European shares half a percent higher on Friday, ending a volatile week marked by a series of luke-warm corporate earnings. Budweiser owner Anheuser-Busch InBev (BR:) topped Europe’s main index, up 4.6% after the debt-heavy brewer
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