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Taboola: What is Taboola, how does it work, how to run ads on it, and how much it costs

Taboola is a content discovery platform that helps people find interesting articles, videos, and other content from around the web. The platform is used by major publishers and brands, including BuzzFeed, The Guardian, and Business Insider. Taboola was founded in 2007 by Adam Singolda, who is now the company’s CEO. The company has offices in New York City, London, Stockholm, Tel Aviv, and Tokyo. Taboola has raised over $160 million in funding from Comcast Ventures and WPP. In 2018, the company generated $200 million in revenue.

Inflation

Stagflation: It’s back, what is it, what causes it, how to invest, how to stop it, and what is the difference between stagflation and inflation

Bloomberg’s coverage this week includes the launch of an ETF designed to beat stagflation and the ECB and the Fed insisting that stagflation is not the base case in the future. However, weekend coverage is putting the question of stagflation to economics experts like Ray Dalio, with responses that assume stagflation is the base case and includes a base inflation rate above 4% for the foreseeable future.

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Dead cat bounce: what is it, how long does it last, how to spot or identify a dead cat bounce

A dead cat bounce, also known as a “cat bounce,” is a brief recovery in the price of a stock or other security following a sharp decline. This type of recovery is typically short-lived, and is often followed by an even larger drop in price. The name of this phenomenon comes from a common belief that even dead cats will bounce once they land on the ground after falling – though this idea has been shown to be false in numerous scientific experiments. Overall, the term “dead cat bounce” is used to describe any transient uptick in the price of an asset following a steep decline.