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Entertainment Stock Exchange on Air with Martin Utschneider: Chartanalyses of BASF, Deutsche Bank, Microsoft, Alphabet and Gold

23:10  27 october  2021
23:10  27 october  2021 Source:   boerse-online.de

Trump received 'undisclosed preferential treatment' on a $170 million loan from Deutsche Bank for his DC hotel, House Oversight Committee says

  Trump received 'undisclosed preferential treatment' on a $170 million loan from Deutsche Bank for his DC hotel, House Oversight Committee says "Trump did not publicly disclose this significant benefit from a foreign bank while he was President," lawmakers said.The committee's findings are based on documents obtained from the General Services Administration (GSA), a sprawling agency that helps keep the federal government running.

  Börse on air mit Martin Utschneider: Chartanalysen von BASF, Deutsche Bank, Microsoft, Alphabet und Gold © Julian Mezger for Finance Verlag

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Martin Uzbekneider: BASF has the prognosis to up to 8.0 billion euros EBIT raised. Why is BASF anyway charttechnically in the parent down mode? Deutsche Bank: "The good figures are not processed by the market. The upward trend is not endangered as long as we hold the Bollinger band at 11.3." Microsoft: Thanks to flourishing cloud services, net profit in Q3 / 2021 climbed by 48% to $ 20.5 billion. "We have now reached a high at $ 312, can go to 343 USD in the medium term. So a long investment." Alphabet in advertising detent with winning to $ 18.9 billion. "We are currently testing the upper Bollingerband, course goal towards 3,000 USD, still in sideways mode. For the DAX that means it will be a crucial day for the DAX, an outbreak remains to be seen." Why is gold to zicken?   Börse on air mit Martin Utschneider: Chartanalysen von BASF, Deutsche Bank, Microsoft, Alphabet und Gold © Julian Mezger for Finance Verlag

If bitcoin is 'digital gold,' it should be taxed like gold .
If the IRS treated bitcoin like gold, additional billions in tax revenue would result. The value of cryptocurrencies globally has mushroomed from nothing to more than $3 trillion in a decade. A portion of these massive gains by U.S. investors would be subject to some form of higher taxation.Investors' appetite for bitcoin and gold is likely to grow as inflation heats up and prices rise. As increasing demand for bitcoin drives its value higher, the tax revenue implications of treating it differently than gold will also increase.

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