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Friday Charts

Death by Disruption for BlackBerry, Twitter… and Humans?!

By Louis Basenese - Feb 17, 2017

The latest data out of tech research firm Gartner confirm the most obvious, overdue and unsurprising death in the history of tech.


Uptick in Police Surveillance Tech Sparks New Opportunity

By Jonathan Rodriguez - Feb 16, 2017

One local government just paid a small fortune for a powerful spy tool. And the stock that owns the technology has generated 307% gains since 2012.


The Hidden Story Behind Apple Earnings Announcement

By Jonathan Rodriguez - Feb 9, 2017

Investors have already begun rotating their portfolios to shed large-cap tech holdings and load up on domestically focused names.

Friday Charts

Friday Charts: Apple Pops, the Death of Volatility, and Fitbit’s Tragic End

By Louis Basenese - Feb 3, 2017

We’re exploring Apple’s favorable iPhone news, Trump’s surprising effect on the market, and Fitbit’s continued death spiral.


Patent Filings: The Next Great Leading Indicator

By Louis Basenese - Feb 2, 2017

An uptick in patent filings has proven to be a reliable indication of new, potentially game-changing products in development. It’s also an earlier indicator of stock price performance.

Unicorn Stocks

Friday Charts: Unicorns, Hot IPOs and a Biotech Buyout Binge

By Louis Basenese - Jan 27, 2017

A picture can be worth a thousand words. Even for investors. So we’re going back to our roots – and letting a few carefully selected charts do the talking every Friday


How to Master the “Hype Cycle” for Maximum Profits

By Louis Basenese - Jan 26, 2017

This is one of the simplest, yet most powerful tools that you can use to pinpoint the next profit opportunities in technology stocks.


How Will We Stop the Rise of Superbugs?

By David Dittman - Jan 19, 2017

A Nevada woman is dead because of an infection that was able to fend off every available antibiotic in the United States. How the heck are we going to stop the rise of killer superbugs?


Gene Editing: CRISPR Patent Dispute Can’t Slow Innovation

By David Dittman - Jan 16, 2017

CRISPR-Cas9 is the big name in gene-editing technology — and for good reason. An ongoing patent dispute holds potentially millions — even billions — in new business. But researchers continue to find new ways to make us better, stronger, faster...

Self-Driving Cars

Will Driverless Cars Kill Their Masters?

By David Dittman - Jan 9, 2017

The intersection of ride-sharing algorithms, self-driving cars, and artificial intelligence is a great metaphor for the food chain. There’s always a bigger fish.

Space Travel

Elon Musk Is the Madman We Need

By David Dittman - Jan 6, 2017

We already know that the future of humanity rests on our ability to colonize the cosmos. It’s just a matter of who can get there first. Will it be NASA or acclaimed engineer/entrepreneur/impresario Elon Musk?

Internet of Things

Why 5G Wireless Technology Is Buzzing in Las Vegas

By David Dittman - Jan 5, 2017

As this year’s Consumer Electronics Show gets underway in Las Vegas, we look at the onset of 5G wireless technology, which will boost connectivity speeds by 100 times and be critical to power the Internet of Things.