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February 2016

Artificial Photosynthesis to Power the Future

By - February 10, 2016

When we think of energy from the sun, we think of solar panels. But that’s so last year. Artificial photosynthesis is on the way.

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Internet of Things + Big Data = Top Healthcare

By - February 10, 2016

What happens when two massive tech trends join forces? When it comes to our well-being, these trends are enhancing healthcare in new and valuable ways.

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Sovereign Wealth Funds Draining Market Liquidity

By - February 9, 2016

The stock market is in lockstep with the oil market. Liquidations by sovereign wealth funds are one reason why.

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Corporate Taxation Gets Nasty

By - February 9, 2016

Corporate tax havens are depleting governments of necessary tax revenue. Luckily, there are solutions that could help.

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China’s Missed Opportunities

By - February 8, 2016

Nobody can predict China’s future with any certainty, but Carl Delfeld’s advice is to keep an open mind, and be skeptical.

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A Chance for Mike Bloomberg

By - February 8, 2016

Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg might run as an independent. What are his chances, and how would he would impact the economy?

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Zeros Approaching

By - February 6, 2016

Global Markets Analyst Martin Hutchinson identifies the cracks and provides context for the crash, as the global financial system approaches yet another credit crisis.

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Young & Prudent: Parents Just Don’t Understand

By - February 5, 2016

Samantha Solomon takes a closer look at the distinct economic differences between millennial adulthood and that of past generations.

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The Power of the Triangle

By - February 5, 2016

When it comes to technical trading, the ascending triangle is a powerful indicator that can identify stocks about to surge higher.

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Get Smart, Millennials!

By - February 4, 2016

Carl Delfeld examines Global X’s Millennial ETF, and provides some sound investment strategies for Millennials.

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Japan Joins Europe in Taking Rates Below Zero

By - February 4, 2016

With the Bank of Japan’s recent decision to take interest rates into negative territory, we look at the implications.

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Puerto Rico Cries Wolf (Again)

By - February 4, 2016

Puerto Rico’s debt crisis is coming to a head. Will Congress help the struggling territory, or will the Puerto Rican government default?

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The Ehang 184: Your Own Personal Drone

By - February 3, 2016

With flying car technology making slow progress, Chinese firm Ehang recently unveiled a scaled-down version – a Jetsons-like personal flying drone.

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Opportunities Abound in Healthcare

By - February 3, 2016

The healthcare sector has its problems, not the least of which is ethics, but there are still some attractive income opportunities.

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The Fed: One Hike and Done

By - February 2, 2016

Is the Fed about to go one and done? The founder of the world's biggest hedge fund, Ray Dalio, thinks so. He says look for QE4.

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Cable Monopoly of Set-Top Boxes Poised to End?

By - February 2, 2016

Hate paying the rental fee for your set-top cable box? The FCC has had enough of cable companies’ control over them and has a proposal to end the monopoly.

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Oil Firms Delaying Projects

By - February 1, 2016

The plunge in oil prices is forcing oil companies to slash nearly $400 billion in projects. Will it be enough to stem the tide?

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Stock Market Valuation in Perspective

By - February 1, 2016

Despite the recent selloff, the stock market is still expensive based on several different valuation metrics.

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