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The IoT and the Day the Internet Died … Almost
by Ted Bauman October 31, 2016 Privacy Invasion
Recently, the Internet almost died thanks to cheap security in IoT devices. Instead of killing the IoT market, though, the event may have opened a new opportunity for investors.
Thriving in a Sharing Economy
by Paul Mampilly August 11, 2016 Trading Strategies
New technology and the rise of the millennial generation has created a boom within the sharing economy, creating new powerhouse companies and profits.
Millennial Mega Trends Are The Secret To Long Term Investing Gains
by Paul Mampilly June 23, 2016 Stocks
The only thing millennials like better than outdoor experiences is sharing those experiences. This growing social-media market is opening doors for connected investors.
Escape the Earnings Meltdown Market Declines & Options on The S&P 500 Explained
by Chad Shoop May 13, 2016 Stocks
For the first time since 2008, we are facing four straight quarters of negative earnings growth. Stocks are now poised for a plunge, but there is one sector that could offer you protection.
The Wall Street Money Suck Wall Street Secret: Management Fees Are Draining Your Investment Profits Have you been sucked in by Wall Street’s pitch? Don’t pay millions in fees to fund managers ... there are better ways to invest and grow your wealth.

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