Despite our problems, we in America have much for which to be grateful. Thanksgiving reminds us that there always is hope that life can be better.
Apple’s decline is a gold mine for companies that are still pursuing innovation that delights customers. And one company that’s doing this today is…
After months of being at record lows, volatility spiked 177% in two trading days, and then went back down 48%. So what does that mean?
This industry seems to be catching a second wind. It outperformed the market due to a couple of impressive quarterly earnings reports and a much-improved outlook.
Oil shale production is growing like crazy now. But knowing why shale drilling stocks are flailing is crucial to understanding why oil prices will keep moving higher.
Video game streaming has blown up over the past five years, with Twitch culminating in 355 billion minutes viewed in total in 2017.
Retail stock prices had been struggling. Didn’t many believe Amazon was going to put every retailer out of business? But my eyes tell me it’s game on.
Blockchain provides all the benefits of using modern technology without blindly trusting the tech oligopoly with your decisions, health data and whereabouts.
These stocks seem like ideal “freedom checks” companies. However, there are much better places to get freedom checks today.
There is a chance you will lose money if you buy today’s stock. But if you’re willing to take on a little risk, I have an opportunity for you that could be very profitable.
The next big natural resource story isn’t some exotic metal like cobalt or palladium. It’s much more simple and important.
Financial markets filter stories for risk. The market reaction tells us which news stories to worry about. And right now, markets are telling us to worry about Russia.
What I wanted to share with you today is that I love when multiple analyses all point to the same outcome — natural gas prices rising.
Margins on music streaming are historically thin. So, you can imagine my surprise when Spotify went public earlier this month.
There is a sense that the major semiconductor stocks are nearing a crucial tipping point. To confirm my suspicions, I turned to technical charts for three of them.
There’s one sector that’s got some great-looking data, but that’s really just masking an even bigger problem…
Moats in the way that Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett defines them are lame. I believe this is a terrible time to invest in Buffett’s moats.
It’s clear that the only thing Apple stock has going for it is that Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett keeps bidding it up.
If I had to compare the Amazon Echo to something, I’d say it’s like having a live-in research assistant. Sounds helpful, right? It does. But … it also sounds incredibly creepy.
Listed corporations are becoming harder to find in the U.S. That makes it harder to find promising investment opportunities without expert help.
Of course, performing gene editing on humans and animals is understandably controversial. But with plants, we’ve already seen enormous benefits.
Esports is a growing market with massive potential. Analysts estimate that it could grow to as much as $2.3 billion by 2022.
With a single chip connected to the blockchain, we could carry birth certificates, Social Security cards and passports with us.
But while the markets seem to be shrugging off trade worries, businesses are starting to worry about the impact of a U.S.-China trade war.
Apple’s strong second-quarter results didn’t just push the stock into the trillion dollar category. It also solidified a major breakout.
A recent argument from the bears is that the gains in the market this year are due to just the FAANG stocks. But that’s not true.
I’ve been tracking the movement toward “smart travel” for years now, and I believe it’s giving early investors the chance to make a ton of money.
I’ve followed the Tesla story from the beginning. And even though I made an early-stage wager on its competitor, I’m still a big fan.
Even though stock trading might soon be zero-commission, brokers can generate revenue from “free” trades in a variety of other ways.
Unauthorized individuals accessed over 176 million health care records. But there’s a new technology that will change how hospitals protect your medical data.