Powerful Executives Have Stepped Away From the Saudis. Not SoftBank's. – New York Times

Since the disappearance and apparent killing of a dissident journalist in a Saudi Arabian consulate, some of the most powerful figures in business are distancing themselves from the kingdom. There is one prominent exception: Masayoshi Son, chief executive of the SoftBank Group. Mr. Son, the 61-year-old founder of SoftBank, the Japanese internet, energy and financial …

The 5 Top Homebuilder Stocks to Buy Now – Investorplace.com

Homebuilder sentiment ticked up recently as buyers’ demand overshadowed headwinds. A growing economy and record low unemployment rate boosted housing demand. At the same time, the cost of lumber is falling, which is enhancing builders’ confidence. The broader construction industry is also hiring on a large scale, reflecting the housing market’s underlying strength. All of …

Former CFTC Chairman Claims Crypto Needs More Regulation than Other Commodities – Toshi Times

Gary Gensler, a former chairman of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), has recently sat down with Bloomberg TV to talk about crypto regulation at the Institutional Crypto: Laying the Foundation conference in New York. While some investors like Warren Buffett or Bill Gates have bashed cryptocurrencies, most agree about the huge potential of …

Is Tilray a Better Marijuana Stock to Buy Than Aurora Cannabis? – Motley Fool

Marijuana users are cheering the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in Canada, but it’s not just pot advocates who are excited. Investors are also upbeat because the recreational market for marijuana represents a massive opportunity for sales growth for leading Canadian cannabis companies, including Tilray Inc. (NASDAQ:TLRY) and Aurora Cannabis (NASDAQOTH:ACBFF). Is this a good time …