Tech & 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.
By Louis Basenese - Jun 11th, 2013
As a government whistleblower exposes the shocking extent of federal snooping on Americans, a new cyber security budget proposal underlines the mission against terrorism – and bodes well for one company. More »
By Wall Street Daily Research - Jun 10th, 2013
Renault hopes that its eye-catching, all-electric concept car, Twin'Z, can help persuade drivers who refuse to embrace alternative fuel technology to change their minds. More »
By Wall Street Daily Research - Jun 4th, 2013
Researchers at Harvard have just discovered what could become an extraordinary leap forward in treating heart disease. More »
By Wall Street Daily Research - Jun 3rd, 2013
A Japanese startup is taking on tech titan Google, with a wearable computer it plans to have in stores by the end of 2013. More »
By Wall Street Daily Research - May 13th, 2013
Founded by a former shop operator, ShopKeep is hoping to get a bigger piece of the growing mobile retail point of sale business, by allowing small-to-mid sized retailers to use iPads to process and track customer sales - at a low monthly fee. More »