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DDIntel - Celebrating Women in the Workplace and Beyond

DDIntel - Celebrating Women in the Workplace and Beyond
By DataDrivenInvestor • Issue #31 • View online
This issue of DDIntel is dedicated to all of the amazing women out there. On Tuesday, international women’s day was devoted to celebrating the amazing work women do every day to keep the world turning.
At DataDrivenInvestor, we want to honor women’s work in shaping technology, finance, and beyond. As we speak, women are shaping and directing policy in some of the world’s largest institutions on the planet, paving the way for future generations of aspiring leaders. 
Thematically, and statistically, women are proven to be better leaders due to their more sympathetic approach to workplace engagements with a lesser focus on economics. Several studies have shown that women are more suitable leaders than their male counterparts. Thus, women will and do play a critical role in the future of humankind, especially when we talk about major issues, facing the globe, such as climate change. 
Young women leaders like Greta Thunberg have shed a powerful light on how influential women can be when tackling some of the earth’s trickiest problems. Likewise, it is no surprise during the Covid-19 pandemic that women leaders, such as Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister of Scotland, and Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand have been far more effective at tackling the pandemic than their male equivalents. 
Likewise, today, women work hard to feed their families and put food on the table, shaping the next generation. Similarly, we also want to highlight women’s role in the Ukraine Russian war. 
Every day, women fight to protect their country from the Russian invasion. Whether that be protecting their children at home or on the front lines, we take our hat off to you. This issue of DDIntel is dedicated to every brave woman out there who’s making a difference in the world.

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Bitcoin Is Both Good and Evil, Only at the End of the War Can We Say Who Won | by Napoleon | Mar, 2022 | DataDrivenInvestor
Bitcoin and the world of cryptocurrency are facing a test. With the Ukraine Russian war still raging on in Eastern Europe, many have asked themselves, will Bitcoin crumble? As fiat currencies dive, is Bitcoin like gold in times of war? Well, we are beginning to find out. At the start of the war, Bitcoin’s price fell to below $35,000. Now, it is starting to climb with the Ukrainian government accepting Bitcoin donations. But will the coin prevail? Will it see all-time highs during a time of war? We will have to wait and see. Author Napoleon explains more.
Happy International Women’s Day!. Today, we celebrate women. Happy… | by Joanne Reed | Mar, 2022 | DataDrivenInvestor
On Tuesday was International Women’s Day. A celebration of women, shining a light on the accomplishments of women in the workplace and beyond. Joanne Reed dedicates the blog above to women across the globe. She offers a snapshot of her thoughts on her vision and aspirations for women. Women are proved to be far more effective leaders than men in several important studies; it is about time women are recognized for their achievement. Congratulations. Happy international women’s day!
Data and the Meaning of Life According to Monty Python | DataDrivenInvestor
Monty Python is arguably one of the greatest comedy shows of all time. The quote “is death really the end? … Is there an afterlife?” is a quintessential line from the comedy, but how can this be applied to data? Michiko Wolcott’s article explains the data life cycle, from birth to death and death to an afterlife. She details data management and how it lives out its life, from data acquisition to data death. Although a slight tongue-in-cheek read, this article gives a brilliant account of what data is and why it is important in all of its lifecycles. Make sure to check it out.
He works at a Metaverse Subway. What he does and how much he makes | by Jenn Leach | Mar, 2022 | DataDrivenInvestor
The Metaverse is becoming a reality for all of us. As we approach Web3, more and more jobs will go online. Thus, the job industry is in for an almighty shock in the coming years. Already, some are making a living in the Metaverse, including a young person who works at a virtual subway. Yes, that’s right, people are becoming employable in the Metaverse. Jenn Leach explains more in her article above. She outlines how much this individual is earning and how much money is potentially on offer in Web3. The change is now, folks. We see a significant shift in work, not seen for decades. Will you capitalize off of the Metaverse? Only time will tell.
How To Correct Sampling Bias. Do you have a sample that is not… | by Arthur Mello | Mar, 2022 | DataDrivenInvestor
Sampling bias is a social scientist’s nightmare. In the realm of social science, academics often take samples of a population to observe naturally occurring phenomena. For example, academics may analyze why certain people have voted a certain way in an election. In this instance, academics will take a small population sample and ask them why they voted the way they did. There is often a sample bias due to our natural biases when taking a sample. Although near impossible to stop, these biases can dramatically impact the results of a study. Despite this, there are ways of correcting this sample bias. 
The Dilemma of the Fed and Other Major Central Banks in the Face of the Ukraine-Russia War | by Sylvain Saurel | Mar, 2022 | DataDrivenInvestor
As covered in previous issues of DDIntel, war is a cruel act of political aggression used by leaders to assert authority geopolitically. We have not seen war on the European continent for nearly one hundred years. Putin is using this war to establish his sphere of influence and kick the west out of his backyard. The consequence? A war killing innocents. Now the central banks must decide how to act in the face of the Russia Ukraine war. Sylvain Saurel gives us more insight into the economic consequences of the war and how a difficult balancing act awaits financial leaders.
5 Must-Follow YouTubers for Crypto (Updated Edition) | by Jamie Bullock | Mar, 2022 | DataDrivenInvestor
Youtube is one of the fastest-growing media platforms on the planet. Currently, some major Youtubers are earning millions from their content. Although an incredibly difficult platform to break into, you will reap financial gain if you make it big on Youtube. Similarly, cryptocurrency is another industry that is growing fast. Thus, they are a match made in heaven for those superb enough to provide their knowledge on the platform. In his article above, Jamie Bullock outlines five must-follow Youtubers you need to follow. If you want insight into the crypto world, this article is perfect. Go educate yourself on the upcoming crypto trends; Youtube is a great way to keep yourself on top of these.
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