Does Bitcoin lie beyond the reach of policymakers? If so, I’m hearing chatter that U.S. regulators are ready to begin meddling with Bitcoin anyway. But what exactly can the feds do? Here’s what you need to know now…
As I write, Bitcoin has a market capitalization of $90 billion. Netflix (NFLX) has a market capitalization of $86 billion. So the market, in effect, is saying that these two assets are worth virtually the same. But can this possibly be true?
Today we pit two emerging technologies against each other: smart dust and brain-computer interfaces. Which innovation will win?
Order backlogs are among my favorite bullish catalysts. Think of order backlogs as the foremost measure of a company’s health. Here are three “backlog” stocks to start buying ASAP.
Today is the 30th anniversary of Black Monday — the bloodiest day in Wall Street history. Now, when you look at 1987’s pre-crash metrics against today's, it gets a little scary. Can we truly justify the hefty valuations of today’s market?
Metals & Minerals
Over the last three years, the SPDR Gold Shares ETF (GLD) has lollygagged in a sideways direction. Still, some folks will insist on owning proxies for gold, rather than actual gold bullion. If you’re among those who favor paper gold, don’t simply buy an ETF.
The divergence between lithium and oil is shocking. But will the divergence widen or race back to equilibrium? Let’s dig in...
So the California drought — the one that pundits told us would last 50 years (or more) — is officially over. Time to gauge the investment merits. Should you begin strategically buying the downtrodden assets, like vineyards? Or perhaps shorting the overinflated assets? Let’s dig in...
Silicon has dominated the computing landscape for years. Yet graphene was supposed to unseat silicon a few years back. Graphene is stronger than diamond and conducts heat and electricity far more efficiently than any substance on earth. If graphene is still the future, now is the perfect time to buy.
When Motorola’s “brick phone” sales came in soft 33 years ago, the “overhyped” cellphone revolution was deemed a bust. Of course, as history proves, 99.99% of the country missed a “rocket ride” aboard the most important innovation of our generation. Well, the same erroneous mindset is now plaguing the virtual reality industry.