Tech and Innovation Archive
Nothing garners more excitement (and profits) in the investment world like new technology. Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) iPhone is the perfect example. When the company launched the original device in 2007, shares blasted over 300% higher in less than four years.
Now, targeting companies like Apple might work for long-term investors. But traders looking to bank double-digit gains in short order should shift their focus to smaller, lesser-known players in the technology space. The following articles should point you in the right direction.
Allow me to share an investment insight I recently received from self-made millionaire, Chris Camillo. Chris is the bestselling author who turned $20,000 into $4 million straight through the Financial Crisis, without shorting the collapsing housing market. Back in November,…
MIT Technology Review just published its list of the world’s “50 Smartest Companies.” The list is strictly a reflection of the companies having the biggest market impact through the sheer force of genuine innovation alone. MIT’s list wasn’t concerned with…
Zoe’s Kitchen, Inc. (ZOES) went public on Friday, earning those privileged enough to score shares at the $15 IPO price a lightning-quick fortune. The stock opened trading at $24.67, representing a 64.47% pop over the IPO price. Brentwood Associates, the…