Judgment Day for Stocks: Third-Quarter Earnings Report Card
It’s report card time. Roughly 1,100 companies have reported third-quarter earnings. The data, so far, suggest that the market has reached the upper limit on prices. Who made the honor roll? Who’s being disruptive? And who just flunked out? Let’s find out...
Fair or Foul? Trust in Tech Reaches Alarming Levels
The Verge just published a fascinating survey. It indicates that consumers trust Amazon almost as much as their own bank. Google was a close second to Amazon in trustworthiness. Is this alarming or natural? Let’s break it down...
Stock Wars: Northrop Grumman vs. Caterpillar
Caterpillar (CAT) and Northrop Grumman (NOC) are each sitting near all-time highs. So which company is more worthy of our investment dollars? I asked my senior analysts to battle it out. Your vote decides the winner.
Snap Fail: Three Ticking Time Bombs About to Detonate
Snap’s viability as a social media platform is quickly waning. Shares have been in free fall since IPO-ing in March, and there’s no telling how far they can fall. Need more proof? Here are three ticking time bombs buried deep inside Snap.
Miracle Substance to Trigger New Growth Trend
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.
Out-for-Blood Analysts Condemn Virtual Reality Revolution
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.
Comcast’s Stay of Execution
We just deconstructed and evaluated the entire cable TV/broadcasting industry. Inside you’ll find the biggest winners (and losers) over the next 12 months.
12 Ordinary Investors Answer the $100,048 Question
During a live event today at 1pm, I’ll reveal a way to make at least $100,048 in the next year. What would you do with that extra cash? Well, that’s exactly what I asked some readers recently. This is what they told me.
The Shocking Truth About Your Next Smartphone
In a mere two years, biometric components — like facial recognition — will be integrated in 100% of wireless devices. Considering that the starting point for biometrics was virtually ZERO in 2016, 100% integration is, well… INSANE. And as this data shows, when insanity strikes, profits follow soon after...