The Coming 5G Boom Is Not Fully Priced in These 3 Stocks

5G is coming; the future outlines of wireless networking are growing clearer week by week. The new networks promise faster connections over greater bandwidth with lower latency – in short, 5G lets users do more online, and to do it more quickly. The major wireless carriers in the US have already rolled out 5G networks in major urban areas, and, on at least partial bandwidths, across rural areas as well. In China and Korea, 5G networks are even more advanced, and Europe is not far behind.

So, there’s a boom on the way. 5G will change the way we work with wireless, from enabling more advanced IoT and autonomous vehicles to putting faster smartphones in our pockets. And with those changes will come opportunities in the stock markets.

TipRanks database, we’ve pinpointed three stocks that, according to Wall Street pros, are poised to gain big as 5G expands. These

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30 Essential Money Habits

What are you doing every day that can help you grow your bank account? If you can’t answer that question, it’s time to develop some new money habits.

Just like with your physical health, your financial health depends on the daily decisions you make every day. While healthy habits such as eating better and exercising keep you fit, certain money habits can keep you financially comfortable and help you establish wealth. Click through for money habits you should be doing on a daily basis if you want to be rich.

Last updated: July 20, 2016

1. Spend Less Than You Earn

This habit is Personal Finance 101. It’s always going to be true that you’ll never get ahead financially if you always have more money going out than coming in. The great news is there are two ways you can work on this habit: Focus both on growing your income

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11 Tips For Managing Kids of Different Ages Who Are Learning at Home

Brother and sister playing online with their mother helping, multi tasking, busy, modern parenthood
Brother and sister playing online with their mother helping, multi tasking, busy, modern parenthood

Now that many school districts across the country are relying on hybrid learning models, parents are scrambling to get their children organized. While securing a laptop for your kids is hard enough, managing their individual school schedules is the definition of headache-inducing. If you have children who are various ages or in different grades, it’s important to have your ducks in a row once school kicks back into gear.

To help families navigate this uncertain – and incredibly stressful! – time, we asked Sara Leman, a literacy consultant with Reading Eggs, for her best advice to manage multiple students of various ages who are working at different academic levels. Ahead, get a look at her most helpful tips.

Related: This Morning Routine Sets Kids Up For a Successful School Day, No Matter What It Looks Like

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29 Nordstrom Anniversary Sale Finds Readers Are Obsessed With

While we’ve always been of the enthusiast-online-shopper mindset, the strange stuck-at-home summer of 2020 has reinvigorated our usual hunger for it to newly obsessive deal-hunting heights. And now, the day we’ve been eagerly awaiting all season long has finally dawned: Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale. In celebration of our passion for running down the absolute best virtual scores, we’ve crafted you a very special guide to Nordy’s big 2020 sale event — and, as you may have already guessed, it’s filled with Refinery29 readers’ most wanted markdowns.

Not only did we dig back through last year’s top-bought Anniversary Sale finds, but we also consulted current trends across the shopping space to inform us of the most up-to-date-bestsellers. Ahead, shop our resulting hit-list of reader-vetted scores: from exclusive cult-favorite beauty sets (hello, NARS “Orgasm”) to essential home bundles (cooling cotton sheets, anyone?) and infamous fall-fashion staples (ahem, faux-leather leggings). The sale is

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25 Tricks To Sell Your House for a Bigger Profit

It takes a savvy home seller to negotiate top dollar for their home. That’s why GOBankingRates talked to the experts and compiled the 25 best tips on how to add value to your home before you put it on the market so you can get the best price possible.

insider tips for selling a home.” data-reactid=”24″Click through to discover some of the best insider tips for selling a home.

Stage Your Property

Seventy-seven percent of realtors agree that it’s easier for a buyer to visualize a staged property as a future home, according to the National Association of Realtors 2017 Profile of Home Staging. The average cost to stage a home is between $2,000 and $2,400, according to data from If you’re unsure how to stage a home, consider using a real estate agent.


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Inside the life of Natalie Mariduena, YouTube star David Dobrik’s assistant and childhood best friend who has helped grow his business

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  • Natalie Mariduena has over 4 million followers on Instagram and is known online as YouTube star David Dobrik’s childhood best friend and assistant. 

  • When she’s not appearing in Dobrik’s vlogs or TikToks, she is working beside him to help design items of merchandise or plan out content. 

  • Her involvement in the business started a few years ago as an intern, when Dobrik asked her to come out to Los Angeles and help him out.

  • Mariduena spoke with Business Insider about what it’s like to work for Dobrik and explained how his business works.

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Fans of YouTube star David Dobrik know Natalie Mariduena as “David’s assistant Natalie,” and his childhood best friend from Chicago.

Officially, Mariduena is an executive assistant of David Dobrik LLC, and when she’s not appearing in Dobrik’s vlogs

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Student Loan Debt Should Be Canceled. Until Then, Here Are The States & Colleges With The Lowest Student Debt

saddled with college debt. There was some relief in March when the CARES Act was passed in Congress, which suspended federal student loan payments and set interest rates to 0% until September 30th initially. Recently, with no new stimulus package passed, President Trump signed an executive order extending the student loan forbearance until December 31st. But these measures are temporary — what happens when they expire and the economic effects of COVID-19 are still affecting us? There have been growing calls for permanent debt cancellation, with a variety of proposals being put forth by lawmakers, but it’s unclear if any will actually pass.
” data-reactid=”23″During the pandemic, it’s been hard enough to cover living expenses month to month — and it’s worse when so many of us are also saddled with college debt. There was some relief in March when the CARES Act was passed in Congress, which

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After COVID-19, survivors face stigma

In the three months since Dashauna Ballard of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, recovered from the coronavirus, she has learned to not mention that she was ever sick. Some people give her suspicious looks when they find out she had COVID-19; some assume she got it because she did not take proper hygiene measures; and, recently, an acquaintance from church implied that Ballard, 29, caught the virus as punishment for sins she committed.

“People act like you did something to catch it, or you did something wrong, and that’s why you got it,” Ballard, an academic accommodations specialist for university students, said. “I feel like I have a scarlet letter on my chest.”

In a time when they need it the most, many survivors of the coronavirus are finding that their support system wants nothing to do with them. Having recovered from the illness, they now face a new challenge: stigma from family,

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Pope warns against the rich getting vaccine first; bargoer at Sturgis rally had COVID-19; world cases top 22M

First, the University of North Carolina. Now, North Carolina State University.

A day after university officials in Chapel Hill decided to pivot to online classes after at least four clusters of outbreaks of COVID-19 in student living spaces, the Raleigh university reported its first cluster of positive cases that included some of its own students.

Also Tuesday, the University of Notre Dame said it was moving to online classes for two weeks in hopes that infections won’t surge.

Meanwhile, a new survey shows that parents with children who have switched to online learning say they have gone into debt paying for all of the at-home school expenses, including breakfast and lunch, during the pandemic.

Some significant developments:

📈 Today’s numbers: The U.S. has 5.4 million confirmed infections and more than 171,000 deaths. Worldwide, there have been more than 781,000 deaths and 22.1 million cases, according to John Hopkins University data.

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Intel, Advanced Micro Devices, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, Advanced Energy Industries, Micron Technology and Analog Devices

For Immediate Release

Chicago, IL – August 19, 2020 – announces the list of stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: Intel Corporation INTC, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. AMD, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited TSM, Advanced Energy Industries, Inc. AEIS, Micron Technology, Inc. MU and Analog Devices, Inc. ADI.

Here are highlights from Tuesday’s Analyst Blog:

4 Semiconductor Stocks to Snap Up on Data Center Strength

Coronavirus crisis-induced work-and-learn-from-home necessity led growth in demand for cloud services has compelled data center operators to bolster their cloud-storage capacities. This has bolstered chip demand from data center operators.

In fact, semiconductor companies, including Intel, Advanced Micro Devices, and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company delivered blockbuster performance in the second quarter driven by strength in data center vertical.

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