I nearly fell out of my chair when I saw a pack of Marlboro marijuana cigarettes being promoted online. As the story goes, Marlboro’s “M” series cigarettes are available in four states. So are Marlboro “M” cigarettes real or a hoax? And where is the “budding” marijuana industry going next? Here’s what you need to know now.
Behind the curtain here at Wall Street Daily, we’re performing minor miracles with data. Data is power, folks. With that in mind, here are five data points currently jumping off the page.
The downward momentum of a crashing stock can be every bit as forceful as a falling piano. Nonetheless, people keep buying beleaguered stocks simply because they seem “cheap.” Well, we’re throwing you a lifeline today. If you MUST buy a market laggard, at least buy one of these.
When you buy shares of GSV Capital, you’re actually buying a diversified basket of startups. Positions range from companies ready to IPO to ones just getting started. A handful of these tiny companies have valuations ready to rocket higher, which demands your immediate attention.
It’s report card time. Roughly 1,100 companies have reported third-quarter earnings. The data, so far, suggest that the market has reached the upper limit on prices. Who made the honor roll? Who’s being disruptive? And who just flunked out? Let’s find out...
The Verge just published a fascinating survey. It indicates that consumers trust Amazon almost as much as their own bank. Google was a close second to Amazon in trustworthiness. Is this alarming or natural? Let’s break it down...
Compounding interest is a force of nature. It’s such a daunting force, in fact, that it’s chiefly responsible for 99% of the wealth residing in the hands of 1% of the population. The last time we saw wealth so ferociously concentrated at the top was in 1905. The problem isn’t going away, either. Here’s what you need to know now.
JAB Holding Co. is rumored to be considering a takeover of Dunkin’ Brands. If the deal is consummated, JAB would own virtually every coffee asset besides one. Let’s take a deeper dive into the situation.
Caterpillar (CAT) and Northrop Grumman (NOC) are each sitting near all-time highs. So which company is more worthy of our investment dollars? I asked my senior analysts to battle it out. Your vote decides the winner.
Many fear that America’s $20.4 trillion debt crisis is more worrisome than ever. Yet the president recently said that stock market gains offset the national debt. Could this actually be accurate? Let’s dig in...