The Capitalist Countdown is a weekly series that features the biggest stories from the market’s hottest stocks as well as news from under-the-radar hidden gems capable of delivering mutibagger returns to your portfolio.
Please sit back, relax and enjoy Capitalist Countdown’s top 5 market-moving news stories for the week of April 10th – 16th, 2023.
Over 80% of Workers Want Instant Access to Their Earnings, According to Top Fintech CEO
XTM Inc. (CSE: PAID) (OTCQB: XTMIF) (FSE: 7XT), a Miami and Toronto-based Fintech creator of disruptive payment innovations and staff management solutions to inspire today’s workers in the hospitality, personal care, and service space is pleased to welcome People2.0 to its Today Financial™ platform for Earned Wage Access (EWA) and to its Timely Staff Management Platform for shift management and staff callouts. People2.0 is the world’s largest global employer of record (EOR) and agent of record (AOR) services platform.
Here’s What To Expect Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 12th, Which is a Big Day For Incoming Data
In the week ahead, we’ll be diving into U.S. CPI data, fed minutes, and the BoC decision, which are all on the radar of investors.
ELEVAI is Set to Launch its New Groundbreaking Approach to Pre- and Post-Procedure Skincare
ELEVAI Labs, a science-based, data-driven aesthetic skincare company, will launch its revolutionary core technology platform, PREx™ (Precision Regenerative Exosome Technology™), at The American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS) Annual Meeting in Phoenix on April 13th.
Earned Wage Access (EWA) is a Financial Service That Enables Employees to Access Their Earned Wages Before Their Scheduled Payday
EWA allows employees to receive a portion of their earned wages, which they can access through an app or online platform, such as XTM’s (CSE: PAID) (OTCQB: XTMIF) (FSE: 7XT) Today Financial.
While ChatGPT Isn’t a Crystal Ball That Can See Into the Future, it Has the Potential to Become a Valuable Tool For Investors Looking to Forecast Stock Price Movements
According to a new study conducted by two University of Florida finance professors, ChatGPT outperformed the traditional models in predicting how stocks will react to news headlines.