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Tim MaverickTim Maverick

, Senior Correspondent


The Future of the Industrial Internet of Things

In the digital age, we’re constantly on the lookout for the next big thing in technology – whether for personal use or to invest ahead of the curve. But having the keen eye to spot that Unicorn before the rest of the world takes tremendous insight. Many believe that the Internet of Things (IoT) is...

The Future of U.S. Shale Gas Hinges on Our Southern Border

There’s no denying that the United States is currently experiencing a shale gas glut. Gas fields – such as the Marcellus – are the gifts that keep on giving. Last year, overall U.S. production levels hit 74 billion cubic feet per day. On top of that, the warm U.S. winter created a dynamic that’s left...

The Wild Ride of Retiring in a Bull Market

It’s official – the U.S. stock market is now enjoying the second-longest bull market in history. This bull run started on March 9, 2009, and continues to maintain record-breaking momentum. As a former broker for nearly 20 years, I have advised countless people on how to structure their portfolios. But this gives me pause… When...

All That Glitters Isn’t Gold: Silver Enters Bull Market

With oil and the energy market grabbing headlines, there’s been another commodity slowly on the rise in the background: silver. Despite its quiet rise to market fame, silver is the best performer in the Bloomberg Commodity Index this year, with roughly a 20% gain to about $17 an ounce. This follows a tough patch for...

The Future Is Now: Entering the Age of Autonomous Drones

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s research arm, the Volpe Center, projects that the number of unmanned aerial vehicle operations will surpass that of manned aircraft by 2035. Commercial drones will be a big part of this revolution. Autonomous drones are fast becoming ubiquitous in all sorts of industries – it’s not just Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN)...

China’s New Silk Road: Railway to Europe

History buffs will recall that the Silk Road was an ancient network of trade routes that connected the Eurasian continent from east to west, spanning from China all the way into Europe. While the camel caravans of the historical route are long gone, China is breathing new life into the tradition of the Silk Road....

Druckenmiller and Liquidity: The Key to Stock Market Success

Many successful investors, including big names like Warren Buffett, believe that the future course of a stock’s price depends on its earnings. Even Wall Street Daily‘s own Chief Technology Analyst Louis Basenese follows the mantra “share prices follow earnings.” But, this isn’t the only path to major yields. Other equally successful investors don’t always put...

Microsoft Goes All In on AI

Humans have always had a complicated relationship with new “technologies.” From awe to fear, centuries ago, Plato even worried that writing would adversely affect people’s memories. Modernity has had a particular curiosity regarding artificial intelligence (AI). From Terminator-style killer robots to emotive humanoids, the mention of AI brings to mind the many silver screen renderings...

NASA’s “QueSST” to Recreate the Supersonic Jet

A new age in aviation is on the horizon. Aircrafts will be cleaner, quieter, and faster than ever before. If all goes according to plan, that is. NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Agency) recently put forth a 10-year strategy, which will research a number of avenues – reducing fuel use, lowering emissions, and eliminating as...