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The Major Stock Markets and Exchanges

Opportunities for global investing can be discovered on many trading platforms. There are 60 major stock markets and exchanges throughout the world ... (Read More)

Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum

The Bitcoin Generation

In the United States, we have defined generations based upon major cultural, political and economic influences so it may be time to recognize the next generation as the Bitcoin Generation. (Read More)

Global Digital Currency

Top 15 Cryptocurrencies 2019

Our list includes some of the foundation cryptocurrencies along with some that made an impact in 2019. We also expect that each of these will make a continued impact in 2020. (Read More)

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Power of Wall Street: The New York Stock Exchange

The NYSE was originally founded on May 17, 1792 when 24 stockbrokers signed the Buttonwood Agreement on Wall Street in New York City. As the story has been passed down, the founding members met beneath a Buttonwood tree ... (Read More)

Stock Exchanges

Top 50 Largest Stock Exchanges in the World

While there are over 200 stock exchanges in the world, many are small and have limited trading so our research has focused upon ranking the 50 largest stock exchanges by market capitalization or market cap. (Read More)


The Home of Technology Stocks: NASDAQ

The National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ) was founded by a group of local stockbrokers in 1971. The exchange is different in that it never operated as an open outcry system. (Read More)

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America’s First Stock Exchange: The Philadelphia Stock Exchange

The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX), founded in 1790, was the first stock exchange established in the United States. Originally named the Board of Brokers of Philadelphia, it was also known as the Philadelphia Board of Brokers. (Read More)

Derivative Exchanges

Top 20 Largest Derivative Exchanges in the World

A derivative is a contract between parties where its value is based upon an underlying asset or group of assets. Common underlying assets include stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies, interest rates and market indexes. (Read More)

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