Emerging technologies that seemed like a fantasy a decade ago are fast-becoming a reality today. In the process, enormous amounts of wealth are being created. Clearly, then, as investors, we can’t afford to miss out on this historic wealth grab, right? Or can we? Perhaps it’s time to raise some serious questions about morality and tech.
The recent volatility in the tech sector should act as reality check — underscoring the importance of diversifying your portfolio. So I asked senior analyst Martin Hutchinson to provide a quick rundown on the best way to approach diversification.
The EPA’s global ban on the popular refrigerant R22 is sending its prices through the roof. And as senior analyst Jonathan Rodriguez notes below, R22’s steep climb means huge profits for this small-cap firm…
What happens when a videogame company tries to break into an entirely different market? And more importantly, what do you do as an investor? Check out Martin Hutchinson’s analysis on rebalancing now to find out…
With so many bullish forces at their back, uplisters tend to greatly outperform the market. In fact, they’re so mouthwatering that I asked my senior analyst, Martin Hutchinson, to drill down on uplisters. If your portfolio doesn’t include at least one uplister, you’re potentially costing yourself thousands.
Each summer, venture capitalist Mary Meeker offers up her equivalent of the president’s State of the Union address. Her annual Internet Trends report is all slides. This year’s chart stack checks in at a staggering 355 slides — up 67% from last year. Each year, we distill it down to the most compelling and insightful charts. Consider it our public service.
Restaurants have endured painfully slumping sales over the last year — with no end in sight. But as senior analyst Jonathan Rodriguez points out, one smart food services company just made a huge pivot that could line investors’ pockets with profits.
Cable customers are cutting the cord in droves and advertisers’ fat ad dollars have shifted dramatically in favor of mobile devices. But as senior analyst Jonathan Rodriguez notes in today’s article, one left-for-dead cable services firm has made a shocking reversal. And it stands to make investors a killing.
Jim Altucher spent years as a day trader. Here are 11 things he learned from an experience that he says “almost killed” him.
According to James Altucher, there’s always an irrational fear somewhere in the market. It’s the financial version of fight or flight. Except investors always run. Fight that fear and you’ll be surrounded by solid opportunities at a huge discount.