Dogs tie the knot at Philippines pet wedding ceremony

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Underperformance is ‘abysmal’ in the long run for active fund managers

The S&P 500 may be trading around 2022 lows, but a new report finds active managers are having their best year since 2009. The numbers, however, suggest they still have a long way to go. S&P Global recently released its U.S. SPIVA Mid-2022 Dashboard, which measures the performance of actively managed U.S. funds against select … Read more

What is the Philippines’ largest travel market? It’s South Korea

South Korean photographer Sang-kyu Gil has visited the Philippines a dozen times. Attracted by the beauty of the landscapes and the affordable prices, this 42-year-old man generally spends seven to ten days in the country. It costs him about $400, less than half the amount he expects to spend on a similar trip to his … Read more

Americans are suffering from financial burnout

A recession is a very real possibility. As the Federal Reserve aggressively raises rates to fight persistent inflation, this tough stance may come at a price. Already, plunging stock markets have wiped out more than $9 trillion in US household wealth. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell also warned that the central bank’s upcoming moves to tackle … Read more

Canned cocktails get more popular as hard seltzer fizzles

Cans of Cutwater Tiki Rum Mai Tai canned cocktails at a retail store in Pleasant Hill, California on February 11, 2022. gado | Stock Photos | Getty Images Hard seltzer water has lost its effervescence. Now canned cocktails are all the rage. Also known as ready-to-drink cocktails or RTDs, canned drinks were the fastest growing … Read more

Intel-owned Mobileye files S-1 for IPO

Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua poses with a Mobileye driverless vehicle at the Nasdaq Market site in New York on July 20, 2021. Jeena Moon | Reuters Mobileye, an Intel-owned company that makes chips, boards and software for self-driving cars, has filed for an IPO, according to a prospectus filed Friday with the SEC. Mobileye’s fill … Read more

Elon Musk shows off humanoid robot prototype at Tesla AI Day

Tesla presents a first prototype of the humanoid robot Optimus during its AI Day 2022 on September 30 Screenshot Tesla CEO Elon Musk and other leaders of the automaker’s AI and hardware teams spoke at the company’s 2022 AI Day, an engineering recruitment event at Palo Alto, Calif., Friday night. On the final AI Day … Read more

U.S. will turn into a buyers’ housing marke in 2023, most experts say. Here’s where you’ll see the biggest declines.

Frustrated with the real estate market? Housing experts say they expect the market to be back in buyers’ court by 2023, according to a new report. Mortgage rates are approaching 7%, but house prices are only slowly coming back down and inventories are still tight from pre-pandemic levels. Still, the U.S. housing market will shift … Read more

Analysts are battling it out over Apple, but we’re standing by the iPhone maker

The Club woke up to a duel with Wall Street Research’s ratings of Apple (APPL) on Thursday morning following a report that the tech giant could cancel plans to increase production of its iPhone. 14 nascent. Despite the conflicting takes, we’re not too worried about Apple’s production capacity and will continue to support the stock. … Read more

Charts suggest it’s ‘way too early’ for the market to rebound

On Friday, CNBC’s Jim Cramer warned investors that the stock market is unlikely to rally anytime soon. “The charts, as interpreted by Mark Sebastian…suggest that this market has more downside, and it’s way too early to turn truly bullish,” he said. “Unlike him, I also think we could get a big raise, but, for our … Read more