Ethereum Price Prediction: ETH/USD Could Resend the Market Price Above $380

ETH Price Prediction – September 28

ETH/USD is still struggling to stay above $380 as the entire market takes a brief pause.

ETH/USD Market

Key Levels:

Resistance levels: $420, $440, $460

Support levels: $300, $280, $260

ETHUSD – Daily Chart

ETH/USD is currently recovering above $360 and it is likely to climb back above $380 soon. Ethereum has been trading bullishly since the past four days and the coin is now trading above the 9-day and 21-day moving averages. The monthly-high remains at $488.95 while the nearest support level for the current trading is located at $330 in the short-term.

What to Expect from Ethereum (ETH)

If Ethereum price breaks and remains above the moving averages, it could test the $380 resistance. However, a successful break above this level could open the doors for a fresh increase above the $400 level. In the mentioned case, the price is likely to … Read more

How to Fire a Difficult, Long-Time Employee columnist Alison Green answers questions about workplace and management issues–everything from how to deal with a micromanaging boss to how to talk to someone on your team about body odor.

Here’s a roundup of answers to five questions from readers.

1. How to fire a difficult, long-time employee.

I work in a small office in a declining industry. Our salespeople have seen reduced commissions because they are based on sales, and the owners have taken pay cuts to avoid layoffs and cutting employee’s salaries.

One of our designers has been in the job since the company’s inception (20-plus years) and has become increasingly difficult to deal with. Among other problems, they seem to feel we owe them something for sticking around so long, and are now demanding that we pay them a high hourly freelance rate in addition to their salary: A salary that is the highest in

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Under the Influence: The New Way To Maximise Your Brands Reach

Arrive at a catwalk in 2020 and while you’ll still have the mix of journalists and stylists that have always been there, but there’s a new kid on the block—the influencer—and their opinion is worth so much when it comes to what is on-trend and what has reached its end.

These influencers don’t usually tend to have a blog, and they aren’t editors either. What they do have, however, is a social media following—usually Instagram because it’s the most visual, centring around imagery.

The worth of an influencer is usually calculated on how many followers they have and who these followers are. We aren’t talking a few thousand and a couple of a hundred likes on each picture — this is big numbers that make noise.

These people are usually, but not always, paid by fashion brands to wear their clothes and accessories and post the pictures to their profile. … Read more

Bitcoin Cash Price Prediction: BCH/USD Marks an Impressive Intraday Hike; Price Touches $231

BCH Price Prediction – September 27

The Bitcoin Cash shows an amazing intraday hike as it rises from today’s low of $216 to currently trading above $225.

BCH/USD Market

Key Levels:

Resistance levels: $245, $255, $265

Support levels: $200, $190, $180

BCHUSD – Daily Chart

BCH/USD is seen pushing the price above the critical resistance level. The coin is trading above the 9-day and 21-day moving averages to trade at $225.86 at the time of writing. The Bitcoin Cash is also seen focusing on the bullish momentum after a sustainable break above the channel. More so, the coin has gained over 2.01{998ff540fe94a59c7c9828c4dd5223100610db67cea90947d11644c77e05f5f4} since the beginning of the day as it is using $215 support as a jumping-off ground to develop the upside momentum, which is now gaining traction.

What to Expect from Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

On the upside, if BCH/USD stays above the 9-day and 21-day moving averages, the price … Read more

I Can’t Believe What’s About to Happen at United Airlines and American Airlines on October 1

I never thought this could happen to United Airlines and American Airlines.

In July, United Airlines warned that nearly half its workforce — that’s 36,000 employees — could be out of a job on October 1. 

American Airlines made a similar announcement soon after, warning that 25,000 employees risked losing their jobs the same day.

But I thought at the time that these were probably just warnings of things that would likely never actually come to pass — ironically less likely to happen, in fact, because the airlines were warning about them.

Why? Because the strategically timed announcements were designed to try to get the U.S. government to pass a second stimulus bill, including billions of dollars for the airlines to keep their employees working.

Since the government had already passed one stimulus bill earlier this year — which contained a provision that said the airlines had to promise

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