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We believe establishing floor valuations for layer 1 protocols may be helpful amid the crypto downturn. Here's our analysis.
Apps, smart kitchen appliances, meal kits (e.g., HelloFresh, Blue Apron, Home Chef), food and grocery delivery services (e.g., Just Eat, Amazon Fresh, Instacart), and other food innovations make our lives easier, but their value would be demonstrably higher if they were combined into one smart food solution, personalized to our needs.
When the price of Macdonald’s Big Mac is rocketing, you can be sure that inflation is back. In the US, it was reported recently that the iconic burger now costs $6.05, on average with some variations across states. That’s 7.2% higher than a year earlier – the biggest jump since 1981, according to the National Restaurant Association.
Gold's traditionally positive performance in an inflationary and rising rates environment is hindered by the strength of the U.S. dollar.
Although digital assets struggled in April, volatility in this space actually declined, with the exception of the DeFi sector.
Remember the dot-com era of the early 2000s? The Web’s potential inflated an extraordinary investment bubble that eventually burst in 2001. Some companies, like WebVan, imploded. Others hung on. A few, like Amazon, grew and rewarded their shareholders relatively richly.
Morningstar® US Sustainability Moat Focus IndexSM combines Morningstar’s proven equity research process of identifying companies with long-lasting competitive advantages and attractive valuations with Sustainalytics’ industry-leading ESG research. The Index focuses on three proprietary ESG criteria when selecting companies for inclusion: ESG Risk, Controversy, and Carbon Risk. Here we will explore the Sustainalytics ESG Risk Rating.