Chris WorthingtonChris Worthington

, Editor-in-Chief of Income


Read More, Spend Nothing

As a kid, I spent a lot of time in the library. Heck, there was an entire class in elementary school devoted to the library, and I loved it. Sure, we had to learn a few monotonous tasks – like how to use the Dewey Decimal System, and check out books – but, we also...

Don’t Get 401-KO’d

Retirement aside, owning a home is the most significant financial milestone of our lives. Yet many Millennials, who are struggling to reach the same financial milestones as their parents, have found home ownership particularly elusive. According to a report from the National Association of Realtors, the number of Millennials living with their parents increased almost...

Cutting the Cord to Curb Spending

A few weeks ago, my colleague Samantha Solomon wrote about lessening her desire to buy, a topic that doesn’t receive nearly enough attention. I’m sure everyone has felt that burning desire to buy something, regardless of whether we really need it. We just want it, and after all, we work hard for our money, don’t...

Billionaire Investor Predicts Danger Ahead

Carl Icahn, one of the wealthiest and most famous investors on the planet, has issued a warning. Be prepared, he says, because there’s danger ahead. In a video released Tuesday on his website, Icahn explains why he believes we’re in for tough times in the near future. According to Icahn, short-term thinking in both the...

Vote Now: Will the Fed Finally Raise Rates?

Though it may not get as much media attention as the Federal Reserve, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has a privileged vantage point when it comes to the global economy. Considered the “bank of central banks,” the BIS fosters international monetary and financial cooperation and acts as the world’s top financial watchdog. In 2008,...

Miniscule 3-D Camera Could Revolutionize Brain Surgery

At NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, researchers believe a tiny medical device could have an enormous impact in the operating room. A team of researchers and surgeons has created MARVEL, or the Multi Angle Rear Viewing Endoscopic tooL, which is an endoscope with a miniscule 3-D camera attached. The camera measures just four...

Wearable Tech Goes to Washington

We’ve written extensively about wearable tech here at Wall Street Daily – but the latest news in this industry could be the biggest yet. On Friday, United States Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced that the Pentagon will fund a new project to develop flexible, wearable sensor technology for the U.S. military. The Pentagon will...

Find Out How Much You Could Save With Solar

It’s no secret that solar power is growing in popularity. States such as Arizona are seeing record numbers of residential solar system applications. So-called “Solar Gardens” allow people to invest in renewable energy and, in turn, receive a credit on their energy bill. Meanwhile, countries around the world are investing in solar energy at a...

You Can Fund a Virtual Reality Spacewalk

Have you ever wanted to see the Earth from outer space? Or take in the universe while enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime spacewalk? Well, a Kickstarter campaign from a company called Overview One would make these seemingly impossible dreams a reality. The campaign, which has a pledge goal of $500,000, plans to launch a 3-D, 360-degree camera...

Child Receives Double Hand Transplant

At the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, a team of surgeons recently reached a medical milestone. In early July, they successfully completed the world’s first double hand transplant on a child. Eight-year-old Zion Harvey had contracted sepsis at just two years old, and doctors were forced to amputate both his hands and feet. Since then, Zion...