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The U.S. market is the world’s largest and most liquid. It’s also the safest and most developed. It’s home to high-flying tech companies like Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), manufacturers like Ford (NYSE: F) and Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG), and financial juggernauts like JP Morgan (NYSE: JPM) and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS). Traders bet billions of dollars on commodities in both New York and Chicago. And U.S. Treasury bonds remain the world’s preferred safe-haven investment, while the dollar reigns as the dominant reserve currency.

So it’s no secret that Wall Street Daily is especially focused on opportunities right here in the United States.

August 2014

NYC Payphones to Become Free Wi-Fi Hotspots

By - August 20, 2014

Technology companies are currently vying for the opportunity to turn NYC's 7,000-plus payphones into free Wi-Fi hotspots.

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Advanced Battery Tech From Recycled Cigarettes

By - August 14, 2014

The process of recycling toxic, non-biodegradable cigarette filters could prove highly disruptive to multiple end markets.

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Haystack App Creating Chaos in Boston

By - August 11, 2014

Haystack is among the most disruptive forces that Boston has ever had to endure. Here's why it's causing such an uproar.

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Why Twitter Investors Were Just Duped

By - August 6, 2014

Last week, I got put on the proverbial hot seat when I was asked to analyze Twitter’s second-quarter earnings on CNBC...

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