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Amazon's Fire TV Stick Lite drops to only $12 for Prime Day – Yahoo Finance

Amazon has discounted all of its Fire TV devices for Prime Day this year, and the standout is the Fire TV Stick Lite for only $12. That's $18 off its normal price and the cheapest we've ever seen it. That's not surprising either, consider it's the most basic of Amazon's streaming dongles. But all of the more powerful models are less than usual, too. You can pick up the Fire TV Stick for $17, the Fire TV Stick 4K for $25, the Fire TV Stick 4K Max for $35 and the Fire TV Cube for only $60.
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The Fire TV Stick Lite provides the most essential streaming technology, supporting 1080p content and voice commands with the basic remote that comes with it. You won't be able to control your TV with the included remote, but if that's a must-have for you, you can spend just a bit more for the standard Fire TV Stick. We like that you at least get an Alexa button on the remote, which allows you to ask the device to search for your favorite shows and movies. Ultimately, the Fire TV Stick Lite is best for those who want to outfit older TVs with streaming capabilities without dropping a ton of money.
If you're not committed to going for for the lowest-priced gadget available, we'd recommend the $35 Fire TV Stick 4K Max. Aside from the Cube set-top box, it's the most powerful of Amazon's streaming devices and it supports 4K HDR content, Dolby Atmos, Live Picture-in-Picture View and WiFi 6. Plus, the remote that it comes with has both the Alexa voice command button and TV controls as well.
For those who are looking for a new TV that already has streaming chops built in, Amazon's discounted most of its Omni Series Fire TVs, too. The cheapest of the bunch is the 43-inch Omni set, which is $170 off and down to $240 for Prime Day. But even the most advanced model, the 75-inch set, won't set you back too much: it's $350 off and down to $750 right now.
Buy 43-inch Omni Fire TV at Amazon – $240 Buy 75-inch Omni Fire TV at Amazon – $750
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Savvy investors can win on their trades whether the market goes up or down, and no one knows this better than Michael Burry. Burry, whose successes in profiting from the financial crisis of 2008 were featured in the book and film The Big Short, has turned his eye to historical analogies, and is hinting at reasons for optimism in today’s environment following last week’s collapse of Silicon Valley Bank. Referring back to the October bank panic of 1907, Burry notes certain similarities with today’
The FDIC is still trying to sell the bank, which is having trouble finding a buyer.
The membership-based warehouse club has said that two major moves are coming that stockholders will love (members won't).
The crisis of confidence in the banking system continues to intensify, despite rescue plans for banks that are showing signs of weakness. Silicon Valley Bank, a major player in financing tech and biotech startups as well as small businesses, collapsed on March 10 after a run by depositors who were worried about losing all their funds in the event of a bankruptcy. Regulators also had to close Signature Bank in New York on March 12, after another bank run.
Taken one by one, it might be reasonable to downplay the events of the past week.
The federal government's decision to backstop all the deposits in failed banks Silicon Valley and Signature Bank — even deposits above the FDIC's federally insured threshold of $250,000 — marked a fundamental change in the U.S. banking system, according to Kevin O'Leary. The banking system will "never go back to normal" after the Treasury Department, Federal Reserve, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said that it would insure all deposits at SVB and Signature, according to O'Leary.
Is the government doing more harm than good?
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A major brokerage house was the underwriter and had a price target of $30 on the stock. Didn’t the analyst, a professional, do due diligence before releasing such a high price target to the public? It seems they put a high price target to generate interest in the IPO.
Many investors know that Warren Buffett says to be greedy when others are fearful. Well, right now, there’s plenty of fear in the banking sector, especially when it comes to regional banks. However, it can be hard to heed that advice in real time when you’re worried about a stock going to zero like Silicon Valley Bank or Signature Bank. Here’s where ETFs like the SPDR S&P Regional Banking ETF (NYSEARCA:KRE) come in handy. The Appeal of Using an ETF in a Storm Investors can use ETFs like the SPDR
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The top five biotech stocks today have several commonalities: strong ratings. Some also show promising charts and are Tech Leaders.
A recall has been issued on select Ford (F) Bronco SUVs, including some already in customers’ hands and some waiting to be delivered. The recall pertains to 2023 Bronco Wildtrak and 2022 Bronco Raptor models, and the problem involves a steering-gear part that may be cracked and could affect a driver’s ability to turn the steering wheel, according to a report filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Ford added that most of the 58 affected customers “are now in loaner vehicles and are having their vehicle fixed as we speak.”
The nation's banking giants will be beneficiaries of the industry's turmoil. They have cheap stocks, and hefty dividend yields.
UBS, Credit Suisse and key regulators are rushing to finalise a deal on the merger of the two Swiss banks as soon as Saturday evening, the FT reported, citing people familiar with the matter. FINMA declined to comment on the FT report. UBS and Credit Suisse did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.
Boeing has a new flat base, while EV chip play Aehr Test Systems is another stock acting well in a tricky market.
Bill Ackman in a tweet on Friday said Bank of America is going to acquire Signature Bank on Monday, without citing the source of information. Unless and until we can protect uninsured deposits, the cost of capital is going to rise for smaller banks pushing them to merge or be acquired by the SIBs. However, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters that Bank of America is not interested in buying Signature Bank.
UBS is in talks to take over parts or all of Credit Suisse, part of an urgent effort by Swiss and global authorities to restore trust in the banking system.
The Swiss government reportedly urged UBS to buy Credit Suisse, to end the crisis of confidence around its rival.
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