According to Goldman Sachs equity strategist, Ryan Hammond, the stock market bull may stick with us for a while. Hammond notes that interest rates remain low, and sees this as the key factor. With rates and inflation low, this makes the stock market the go-to place for investors seeking higher returns. And within the stock market, penny stocks are sure to attract attention.
The former brings a valid argument to the table. As for the latter, the potential for an investment worth only pocket change to appreciate even a seemingly insignificant amount, the result of which could be massive percentage gains, is too enticing to ignore.
The implication for investors? Due diligence is essential, as some penny stocks might not have what it takes to climb their way back up. Checkpoint acquires, develops, and commercializes immune-enhanced combination treatments for solid tumor cancers.
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Congress is keeping the same stimulus check formula, though that could change. Marijuana stocks rose a bit after hours on the Aurora Cannabis earnings report. Tilray led Thursday's sell-off following a huge run on U. Recent action in marijuana stocks involving Reddit traders makes it hard to predict day-to-day moves, especially with the more-liquid Canadian growers. Marijuana stocks have moved higher as hopes increase for wider U.
Are any pot stocks good buys? Bloomberg -- Stefan Qin was just 19 when he claimed to have the secret to cryptocurrency trading. Buoyed with youthful confidence, Qin, a self-proclaimed math prodigy from Australia, dropped out of college in to start a hedge fund in New York he called Virgil Capital. He told potential clients he had developed an algorithm called Tenjin to monitor cryptocurrency exchanges around the world to seize on price fluctuations.
Last week, Qin, now 24 and expressing remorse, pleaded guilty in federal court in Manhattan to a single count of securities fraud. District Judge Valerie E. Caproni, who could sentence him to more than 15 years in prison. I am profoundly sorry for the harm my selfish behavior has caused to my investors who trusted in me, my employees and my family.
Ponzi schemes like that show how investors eager to cash in on a hot market can easily be led astray by promises of large returns. While regulatory oversight of the cryptocurrency industry is tightening, the sector is littered with inexperienced participants. A number of the or so crypto funds worldwide are run by people with no knowledge of Wall Street or finance, including some college students and recent graduates who launched funds a few years ago.
He had been a math whiz who planned on becoming a physicist, he told a website, DigFin, in a profile published in December, just a week before regulators closed in on him. He also attended the Minerva Schools, a mostly online college based in San Francisco, from August through December , the school confirmed. His task had been to build a platform between two venues, one in China and the other in the U. His strategy, he told investors, would be to exploit the tendency of cryptocurrencies to trade at different prices at various exchanges.
His assets got an extra jolt after the Wall Street Journal profiled him in a February story that touted his skill at arbitraging cryptocurrency. Missing AssetsThe first cracks appeared last summer. She left the firm in December. The complaints grew. But there was no money to transfer. Qin had drained the Sigma Fund of its assets. Instead of trading at 39 exchanges around the world, as he had claimed, Qin spent investor money on personal expenses and to invest in other undisclosed high-risk investments, including initial coin offerings, prosecutors said.
So Qin tried to stall. He convinced investors instead to transfer their interests into his VQR Multistrategy Fund, another cryptocurrency fund he started in February that used a variety of trading strategies -- and still had assets. But by now the SEC was involved. A court-appointed receiver who is overseeing the fund is looking to recover assets for investors, said Nicholas Biase, a spokesman for Manhattan U. Attorney Audrey Strauss. In South Korea when he learned of the probe, Qin agreed to fly back to the U.
He surrendered to authorities on Feb. That fate is a far cry from the career his parents had envisioned for him -- a physicist, he had told DigFin. But what I really want to do is trade crypto. District Court, Southern District of New York Manhattan Updates with comment from prosecutor and case caption For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.
Shell's plan to roll out , electric charging stations in just four years is the latest sign of an EV charging infrastructure boom that has prompted investors to pour cash into the industry and inspired a few companies to become public companies in search of the capital needed to meet demand. Since the beginning of the year, three companies have been acquired by special purpose acquisition vehicles and are on a path to go public, while a third has raised tens of millions from some of the biggest names in private equity investing for its own path to commercial viability.
Buying a stock is easy, but purchasing the right stock without a proven strategy is incredibly hard. Here are the best Robinhood stocks to buy now. Virgin Galactic could redo a test flight of its SpaceShipTwo as early as Saturday, a key step needed before commercial flights can start. Sun founded blockchain business Tron in and has since expanded into other decentralization technologies and platforms such as BitTorrent Inc.
Sun said he advised Buffett to buy Bitcoin and Tesla when he dined with him last year. DLive, the live-streaming platform that was bought by BitTorrent late last year, has also come under scrutiny from American lawmakers for its role in broadcasting the U. Capitol riots. Sun declined to comment on the controversies. For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg. The change to the tax code could allow millions of working families to save thousands on their taxes, but only if they are savvy about how they file this year.
Bloomberg -- Apple Inc. The secret project has gained momentum in recent months, adding multiple former Tesla Inc. It does not, however, cover stock traded on a U. Systemic problem? Kalajdzic says the challenge in this class action will be to prove the alleged wrongdoing was widespread. TD "can't be faulted for whatever individual employees did," she said. All five banks said in statements to Go Public that they act in the best interest of their clients and that employees are expected to follow codes of conduct.
It found that a sharp focus on sales may be increasing the risk of "mis-selling" to consumers — defined as selling products or services that may be unsuitable, that don't take consumers' needs into "reasonable" account or that involve incomplete or misleading information. However, the FCAC's review did not find mis-selling to be widespread, which TD points out in its class-action defence.
As for the first TD teller who spoke out, she says she's grateful TD's sales culture, and the alleged harm she says it caused, will be under scrutiny. We tell your stories, shed light on wrongdoing and hold the powers that be accountable. If you have a story in the public interest, or if you're an insider with information, contact GoPublic cbc. All emails are confidential until you decide to Go Public. Read more stories by Go Public. The local group compiled a list of more than Black-owned businesses in the area ranging from restaurants and realtors to lawyers and landscapers.
The online directory can be found on its website. Maxine Shelton, the organization's CEO is challenging Windsorites to show their support in the month of February and share their experiences online as a way to promote and advance local Black-owned establishments.
Muwanga says she's noticed her business has received more attention online over the last week as a result of the group's promotion. We got some alerts this morning from Google to actually come in that so definitely has been a positive shift," Muwanga said. We want to hear that this is causing businesses to get exposure and to have more finances as well," Shelton said. Muwanga says the initiative is "phenomenal" and "definitely something that's needed" in Windsor.
So it definitely is a way to shine a light on the diversity that exists here," she said. People encouraged to share experience online Shelton said Black entrepreneurs face systemic barriers that prevent their business from moving forward. She hopes the challenge will lead to long-term allies in the community. And that in doing so, you're a part of the solution and not just make it something to do during Black History Month, but make it a practice, a conscious practice every single month of the year, year after year, to make this world a more equitable place for all," she said.
You can read more stories here. Proof Strategies conducts a survey every year to assess how much faith Canadians have in major institutions and authorities. Bruce MacLellan, Proof's CEO, says trust in vaccines is not quite strong enough, based on health experts who suggest at least three-quarters of Canadians need to be vaccinated for good herd immunity against COVID to take effect. The survey was conducted online with about 1, respondents between Jan.
The polling industry's professional body, the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association, says online surveys cannot be assigned a margin of error as they are not random and therefore are not necessarily representative of the whole population. Three others are under review; the federal government has bought two more, but neither of those is expected to be considered for approval until the fall. More than , Canadians are now fully vaccinated with the two doses the current vaccines require, and almost , people have received single doses so far.
When the survey was taken, Canada was ramping up vaccinations, with more than 40, doses given out most days during that period. In the days since deliveries slowed to a crawl, and faith in the rollout plummeted. At that time however, 64 per cent of people surveyed said they trusted the vaccines, a number that was relatively constant across the country. Younger people and low-income Canadians expressed less trust in the vaccines. Eighty-six per cent of those over the age of 75 said they trusted the vaccines, compared with less than 60 per cent for millennials between 25 and 44 years old and Generation Z between 18 and 24 years old.
The survey also reported that almost two-thirds of respondents trusted the federal and provincial public health doctors they see delivering updates on COVID multiple times a week. Canada's chief public health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam said Feb.
She said another 20 per cent or so don't currently want to be inoculated but could be persuaded. Tam said some of the questions people have are relatively easy to answer, including some fear about how quickly the vaccines were developed, or questions about the data on how effective they are. She noted there have been no serious adverse events after the vaccinations in Canada so far, and the more people who do get the shots safely, the more others may be convinced to follow suit.
The vaccine has so far been safe, with no safety signals, so I think that's actually a really good way of boosting vaccine confidence, is seeing other people get vaccinated. The Proof survey also found a year into the pandemic, Canadians' trust in doctors and scientists appears to have grown. In January , the survey found about 76 per cent of respondents said they trusted doctors and 70 per cent had trust in scientists. In January that had grown to 81 per cent for doctors and 77 per cent for scientists.
MacLellan said it is noteworthy that a year ago, friends and family were the most trusted sources of information for those surveyed, but this year scientists and doctors have both exceeded them. Politicians did not fare as well. A year ago 40 per cent of those surveyed said they trusted government, compared to 32 per cent this year. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has seen a steady decline in trust over the five years he has been in office, with 46 per cent indicating trust in him in , compared with 32 per cent this year.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Feb. Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press. Kaitlyn Anello was flooded with emotions this week when a Facebook notification brought up photos of her from a year ago trying on wedding dresses. The year-old from Toronto had been planning a May wedding in Niagara Falls before her engagement ended on New Year's Eve, launching her back into singlehood for the first time in four years. While some couples across the country are planning modified Valentine's Day celebrations on Sunday amid COVID restrictions, Anello is just trying to forget the romantic holiday altogether.
While they typically celebrated Valentine's Day in low-key fashion — cooking dinner together and exchanging greeting cards — she's cognizant of the social expectations surrounding the upcoming date. And she's been feeling it more than ever. Anne Wilson, a psychology professor at Laurier University says Valentine's Day can be tough for singles because of the connotations attached to the date.
It "valorizes" being linked to another person in a romantic relationship, she says, while "emphasizing societal stigma against singlehood. Even those in committed, long-term relationships can find Valentine's Day stressful, Wilson says. Expectations for the "culturally hyped" holiday can fall flat, and disappointment is often inflamed by social media, she adds, even if we recognize that online posts don't always represent reality.
For singles, the pandemic has added a complicating level to dating, as people are urged to limit contacts to slow the spread of the virus. Closures of movie theatres, bars and indoor-dining establishments in parts of the country have also added logistical obstacles to the dating scene. Lisa Schueler, a single mother in Cambridge, Ont. And this year it can exacerbate the loneliness many are already feeling because of the pandemic.
Even groups of single friends who typically celebrate Valentine's Day together can't do that in person now, and that can compound concerns, he added. In some ways those restrictions might actually help alleviate social pressure on singles to go out and celebrate in romantic ways, Wilson added.
Schueler, who would normally celebrate Valentine's Day by going out to dinner with her ex, is planning on cooking a nice meal for her year-old son instead. She says having the teenager around has helped both of them lessen the isolation brought on by the pandemic, even if her son doesn't always see it that way.
Raskin is the lead prosecutor for the House. He said senators have the power under the Constitution to find Trump guilty of having betrayed the oath of office the nation's founders wrote into the Constitution. Another impeachment manager warned senators that acquitting Trump could have lasting consequences for the country. Capitol to the former president. Lawyers for former president Donald Trump are planning to begin and wrap up their defence in his impeachment trial in less than a day, using far fewer than their allotted argument hours.
The rules for the trial gave both sides two days for arguments, lasting up to eight hours each day. It remains unclear when the final vote will take place, but Republicans have expressed a desire to wrap the trial quickly, even by Saturday. South Dakota Sen. He told the crowd that he would pay their legal fees if they did.
The Democrats also laid out evidence that Trump showed no concern for people who may have been endangered, or remorse for the role he played, including when Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was the target of a white supremacist plot in her state.
Raskin said Jan. Psaki was pressed during her briefing Thursday about whether Biden has an obligation to weigh in. Capitol Police and other law enforcement officers who protected the Capitol as it was overrun by supporters of former President Donald Trump. More than 70 officers with the U. Capitol Police were injured. Many are struggling with the emotional trauma they experienced that day. The first recipient was George Washington. Over the years, the medal has been presented to military leaders, authors, athletes and civil rights icons.
At least two-thirds of the House and Senate must co-sponsor Congressional Gold Medal legislation before it is considered in committee. The House is continuing its impeachment case against Trump over the riot. The Democratic House impeachment managers used security video as part of their case, and the violent images of the riot shook senators and TV viewers alike. Biden has steadfastly refused to weigh in on the trial and again on Thursday said his focus was on fulfilling his campaign promise to battle the coronavirus pandemic.
The House is continuing its case Thursday. The Associated Press. What's the latest? Ontario's education minister will give an update at 2 p. ET amid questions over whether schools will have their regularly scheduled March Break. Public health officials have reported more than 24, COVID cases across eastern Ontario and western Quebec, including more than 23, resolved cases.
If you'd like to share your loved one's story, please get in touch. What can I do? People there must only leave home when it's essential or face a fine. Travel between regions and provinces is not recommended. Private indoor gatherings are not allowed, while outdoor gatherings are capped at five people. It's strongly recommended people stick to their own households and socializing is not considered essential. People who live alone are allowed close contact with one other household. Most outdoor recreation venues are open with restrictions, including the full Rideau Canal Skateway.
Students across eastern Ontario can return to the classroom. Communities in the Belleville, Kingston and Renfrew County areas are green, the lowest level on the scale. It's expected the rest of eastern Ontario will shed the stay-at-home order Tuesday. Their colours have not been announced. Western Quebec residents are also being asked to stay home unless it's essential to leave and not see anyone they don't live with.
An exception for people living alone allows them to exclusively visit one other home. Non-essential businesses, hair salons and museums are allowed to open across Quebec. Locally, gyms and restaurants will stay closed. Students are back in classrooms, including post-secondary ones. Like in Ontario, travel from one region of Quebec to another is discouraged. Quebec's 8 p.
Distancing and isolating The novel coronavirus primarily spreads through droplets when an infected person speaks, coughs, sneezes, or breathes onto someone or something. These droplets can hang in the air. People can be contagious without symptoms, even after getting a vaccine. New coronavirus variants can be more contagious. This means it is important to take precautions now and in the months to come like staying home while symptomatic, keeping hands and frequently touched surfaces clean and maintaining distance from anyone you don't live with — even with a mask on.
Masks, preferably ones that fit snugly and have three layers, are mandatory in indoor public settings in Ontario and Quebec. OPH says residents should also wear masks outside their homes whenever possible.
The federal government is in the midst of tightening international travel rules and asks people not to vacation abroad. The length varies in Ontario and Quebec. Symptoms and vaccines COVID can range from a cold-like illness to a severe lung infection, with common symptoms including fever, a cough, vomiting and loss of taste or smell. Children can develop a rash.
If you have severe symptoms, call Mental health can also be affected by the pandemic, and resources are available to help. About 52, doses have been given out, including about 34, doses in Ottawa and 8, in western Quebec Ontario's first doses are going to care home residents.
It says a first dose has been offered at every long-term care home. Ottawa has given a second dose to most long-term care residents, is giving second doses to some health-care workers and has given a first dose to high-risk retirement home residents. That province's campaign is still expected to expand to priority groups such as older adults and essential workers in March or April, with vaccines widely available in August.
Ottawa believes it can have nearly , residents vaccinated by August's Phase 3, hitting a groove of nearly 11, doses a day by early summer. Quebec is also giving a single dose to as many people as possible, starting with people in care homes and health-care workers, then remote communities, then older adults and essential workers and finally the general public.
Quebecers should get their second dose within 90 days. When the campaign expands, western Quebec's health authority plans two vaccine clinics in Gatineau and four outside the city that can vaccinate between 3, to 6, people a day.
Where to get tested In eastern Ontario: Anyone seeking a test should book an appointment. Ontario recommends only getting tested if you have symptoms, if you've been told to by your health unit or the province, or if you fit certain other criteria. People without symptoms but who are part of the province's targeted testing strategy can make an appointment at select pharmacies. Travellers who need a test have very few local options to pay for one.
Ottawa has nine permanent test sites, with mobile sites wherever demand is particularly high. People can arrange a test in Picton over the phone or in Bancroft, Belleville and Trenton, where online booking is preferred. Kingston's main test site is at the Beechgrove Complex, another is in Napanee.
Renfrew County test clinic locations are posted weekly. Residents can also call their family doctor or with health questions. In western Quebec: Tests are strongly recommended for people with symptoms and their contacts. Outaouais residents can make an appointment in Gatineau at blvd. Saint-Raymond or ave. They can check the wait time for the Saint-Raymond site. There are recurring clinics by appointment in communities such as Maniwaki, Fort-Coulonge and Petite-Nation.
Call with questions, including if walk-in testing is available nearby. More than people have tested positive across the community and eight have died. Its curfew from 11 p. Anyone returning to the community on the Canadian side of the international border who's been farther than kilometres away — or visited Montreal — for non-essential reasons is asked to self-isolate for 14 days.
It has released its vaccine plans. Kitigan Zibi has had 20 confirmed cases and Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory has had four, three of them active. Anyone in Tyendinaga who's interested in a test can call For more information. Indian technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad warned U. Newfoundland and Labrador has taken another hit to its beleaguered tourism industry, with the federal government's announcement last week that cruise ships will be banned from operating in Canadian waters until this time next year.
While the loss of cruise tourism will only add to the negative impact that COVID restrictions have had on the province's industry, Ross Klein, a Memorial University professor and cruise industry expert, said it will have a much smaller effect than other prohibitions.
Even if travel between the United States and Canada is slow to reopen, Klein said Newfoundland's tourism industry would survive with interprovincial travel alone, something that tour operators and others in the hospitality industry have hoped for in the wake of closures across the province. American cruise ships are required by law to stop in a foreign port between American ports, making cities along Canada's west coast profitable stops for local vendors.
American cruise operators are lobbying to have that law waived, and trying to find a way to keep running, including bringing back what Klein called technical stops. Larger implications in Labrador? While the federal ban on cruise ships might not have a pronounced effect on Newfoundland, some Labrador residents are expecting a bigger impact on their income. The federal ban includes an order prohibiting non-residential pleasure craft in Canadian Arctic water.
John Terriak is a Nain artist who runs a studio in the community. Terriak had previously sold a lot of his work to cruise ship visitors, and said he was disappointed by the announcement. When the cruise ships come and tourists come they buy my carvings," said Terriak. Terriak said he's not sure if that will deter people from taking Arctic cruises in the future, but said his community is already seeing a downturn across the tourism sectors.
Bull said his community didn't expect much from this season, after two cruises were cancelled last summer and they decided to close. While they were able to hire people in the community to prepare for the coming summer, restoring buildings and adding trail-markers, Bull said it looks like that s eason won't happen at all.
But he's run the numbers, he said, and it could be tough to meet those goals. People are not going to be too keen on getting on there. At first dismissed and ridiculed by Western countries, Russia's Sputnik V vaccine has not only been rehabilitated; it's emerging as a powerful tool of influence abroad for President Vladimir Putin. Instead, initial claims of Sputnik V's effectiveness were met with deep skepticism after Russia authorized its widespread use before completing all phases of its clinical trials.
However, a key turning point came last week with the validation of Sputnik V's Phase 3 trials by the Lancet medical journal. It confirmed the vaccine is "safe and effective. Global market Since the Lancet article, more good news announcements about the vaccine have followed, with Russian TV showing pallets of boxes filled with vaccine vials being fork-lifted into the bellies of Aeroflot aircraft, ready for delivery to countries across South America, the Middle East and Central Asia.
Russia's government reports that up to 30 countries have either already purchased the vaccine or have expressed an interest in doing so. Even the once-unlikely notion of selling the vaccine to countries in Europe suddenly seems to be within reach. On Tuesday, the regulatory body for the 27 members of the European Union announced Russia had made a formal submission for approval of Sputnik V and that the review process could begin shortly.
Hungary, which ran its own trials of Sputnik V, is so far the only EU country to announce plans to use it. Other member states, however, say they continue to have reservations about the political motivations behind Russia's vaccine hype. Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte tweeted that she saw no good news in Russia's vaccine breakthrough.
Diplomatic dilemma Twigg says for Russia's adversaries, the choice of whether to use Sputnik or not presents an ethical dilemma. In fact, you needed [them] yesterday. With the Kremlin facing widespread criticism for its imprisonment of Putin-foe Alexey Navalny and the subsequent mass arrests of thousands of protestors who came out in support of the opposition leader, Borrell's words of criticism for Putin were overshadowed by his comments praising Sputnik and his hope it would be made widely available to the world.
Borrell's visit was widely slammed as a diplomatic blunder that allowed Putin to shift the focus away from Russia's authoritarian crackdown on dissent and dodge the issue of Navlany's fate. The question of whether or not to use Sputnik V is especially acute for Russia's closest neighbour, Ukraine, which is one of the poorest nations in Europe and has yet to launch a mass vaccination campaign.
Nonetheless, Ukraine, which has had close to 1. The only regions of Ukraine that will use the Russian vaccine are those controlled by pro-Russia separatist forces around the eastern city of Donetsk, where a shipment of , doses of Sputnik V arrived recently. Russia-friendly media outlets have launched a barrage of coverage, including dozens of newspaper and TV reports, targeting Ukrainian audiences, much of it aimed at denigrating Western-made coronavirus vaccines and attempting to leverage Ukraine's lack of vaccines as a means of turning the population against Zelensky's pro-Western government.
In response, Ukraine's president revoked the licences of three pro-Russia TV channels in the country, claiming the move was necessary in "the name of national security. Few options for some countries Elsewhere, however, geopolitics are either less of a factor or simply outweighed by the lack of vaccine alternatives. Russia shipped 10, doses of Sputnik V to the Palestinian Territories this week, allowing a mass-vaccination campaign to begin for the 4.
Doctors and staff at Istishari Arab Hospital in Ramallah were among the first to get jabbed. We have to protect our population against this pandemic and this virus," said Dr. Ali Abed Rabbo, director of preventative health for the Palestinian Authority. Hesitancy at home One of the ironies of Sputnik V's new-found international success is that people outside of Russia may be more convinced of its efficacy than those at home.
The Levada Centre, an independent polling and research organization, reported earlier this month that only 38 per cent of Russians are ready to get vaccinated, with many saying they either fear side-effects or don't trust the Russian vaccine maker or just won't take any vaccine. In an effort to overcome the vaccine hesitancy, pop-up vaccination clinics have been established at many sites around the capital, Moscow, and getting a jab is easy, free and usually involves just a short wait.
She told CBC her friends who live in Vancouver are jealous, and they can't believe it's so easy to get vaccinated in Russia. Members of Italy's 5-Star Movement voted on Thursday to back Prime Minister designate Mario Draghi, opening the way for the former European Central Bank chief to take office at the head of a broad government of national unity. After coalition infighting brought down the last government, President Sergio Mattarella called on Draghi, one of the most respected institutional figures in Italy, to form a new cabinet to tackle the coronavirus health crisis and economic meltdown.
Having secured the endorsement of almost all Italy's political parties, Draghi is likely to present his list of ministers to Mattarella on Friday and unveil his policy programme next week in parliament. ET on Wednesday, Feb. There are , confirmed cases in Canada. There were 3, new cases Wednesday. The rate of active cases is Over the past seven days, there have been a total of 24, new cases. The seven-day rolling average of new cases is 3, There were 95 new reported deaths Wednesday.
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