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GVA Research’s CEO Sees Bitcoin Stabilizing – Bloomberg

Having trouble viewing vide? Click here. Crypto-currency – Combined Market Cap Collapses 72% to $236bn from $830bn Peak As Regulatory Concerns & Operational Issues Dog Sector While Bitcoin (BTC, $6,633) is off -65% from its $19,205 peak, investors should note that the total cryptocurrency market has lost -$594bn (-72%) in value from its 2018 peak. However

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David Garrity on CNBC Worldwide Exchange: AAPL, The Rise of Services

David Garrity breaks down Apple’s earnings report from CNBC. No Smartphone “Super Cycle” Yet, But Operating Leverage Is Alive & Well At AAPL Off a modest +3% year/year increase in iPhone shipments to 52.2mm, AAPL delivered better than expected revenues of $61.1bn (expectations $60.9bn), a +16% year/year gain and the strongest revenue growth in more

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Spotify’s success comes from their focus on content: Garrity

David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research joins BNN live in the studio with his insights on the day’s top tech headlines SPOT IPO Opening Likely To Offer Discordant Movements With today’s direct listing IPO on the NYSE, albeit one assisted by Goldman Sachs, Spotify (SPOT) will break from the traditional IPO process in which companies

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FTC Consent Decree Fines Could Scorch Facebook: @GVAResearch on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Markets AM with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz GUEST: David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s apology over Cambridge Analytica crisis, and how Facebook could be fined. To listen to the replay, click here. Zuckerberg’s operative principle at Facebook has been “move fast & break things”. Clearly, given the scale

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Public Blockchain Companies: Opportunities and Strategies from the First Movers” – GVA Research Commentary

Snap Interactive and Zacks Investment Research Co-Host Successful Blockchain Investors Evening at Pryor Cashman:  “Public Blockchain Companies: Opportunities and Strategies from the First Movers” – GVA Research Panelist comments

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David Garrity on Yahoo Finance: Previewing tech earnings and watching bitcoin

To watch the video, click here. Tech earnings season preview and bitcoin discussion with David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research.

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David Garrity on BNN: Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain and Replicating AI

To watch replay, click here. David Garrity, chief executive officer at GVA Research, joins BNN to discuss why we should expect high levels of volatility with cryptocurrencies. That said, it should not be confused with the underlying blockchain infrastructure and the technological opportunities that can be powered by the blockchain.  He also takes a look

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FCC Putting Foxes In Charge of the Hen House: Garrity on Bloomberg Radio

Loss of Net Neutrality Is Inflationary The internet’s widening deployment and steady integration into daily life around the world has had a deflationary impact on the global economy. Consumers have become far more efficient at search and price discovery, in the process finding the lowest-cost source for any good or service listed on the internet.

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Apple will ensure iPhone X demand is met, China could be a big market for it: GVA Research

BNN speaks with David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, the day the iPhone X officially goes on sale and a day after Apple’s latest quarterly release. Having trouble viewing video? Click here. We heard from one tech analyst who says the key issue for iPhone X is going to be supply, not demand. What’s your

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Baidu needs to develop global brand for driverless cars, but US may curb China’s help in developing

Baidu needs to develop global brand for driverless cars “It’s the whole car that matters, and Baidu will have to commercialize it and build a global brand,” said David Garrity, a technology and investment analyst who heads New York-based GVA Research. Whatever vehicle Baidu and its partners develop, according to Garrity, needs be an integrated product

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