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Miracle Substance to Trigger New Growth Trend

By Louis Basenese - Oct 11, 2017

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

By Louis Basenese - Oct 10, 2017

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

By Louis Basenese - Oct 5, 2017

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.

Personal Finance

12 Ordinary Investors Answer the $100,048 Question

By Louis Basenese - Sep 28, 2017

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

By Louis Basenese - Sep 22, 2017

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...

Technical Analysis

Equifax’s Fate is Sealed

By Louis Basenese - Sep 21, 2017

In the last week, Equifax’s stock has plummeted more than 30%, shaving more than $5 billion off its market cap. And it gets crazier… The volume on Equifax put option contracts just exploded. Check out this chart...

Personal Finance

The Investing Lesson of Mastodons

By Louis Basenese - Sep 19, 2017

10,000 years ago, mastodons seemed poised to rule forever. But mastodons weren’t adaptable. The day humans began hunting with spears, the extinction of mastodons became an inevitability. Modern-day mastodons suffer from the same inability to adapt. And these companies are on the cusp of complete failure...


iPhone X First Look… OMG or SMH?

By Louis Basenese - Sep 14, 2017

Tim Cook took to the stage this week and unveiled the newest iPhones. Cook’s challenge was crystal clear: How will Apple’s latest iPhones send the “usage” needle further north? Here’s our take...


Monsanto’s New Scientific Perversion Terrifies Consumers

By Louis Basenese - Sep 11, 2017

Monsanto is in the headlines again because a key ingredient in its Roundup weed killer, glyphosate, is now officially “known to cause cancer.” Here are a few other perverse inventions the company has engineered.


“Brain Boom” Unlocks Humanity’s True Potential

By Louis Basenese - Sep 7, 2017

Thanks to scientific advances in genetic sequencing, deep neural networks, and DNA editing technologies, a legit “Brain Boom” is upon us. Nothing races higher than a biotechnology stock with a hot new discovery. Here are a few more such stocks to consider when placing your brain bets.


This Walmart Plan Is Stranger Than Fiction

By Louis Basenese - Sep 6, 2017

Walmart has partnered with Uber to expand its grocery delivery service business. It’s a classic example of truth being stranger than fiction. Bespoke Investment Group isn’t impressed. It listed Walmart on its “Death by Amazon” Index. Let’s see what my top two analysts think, and then I’ll render a decision at the end.


Why Driverless Cars Are Here to Stay

By Louis Basenese - Sep 5, 2017

Driverless cars are the ultimate disrupter. Heck, Ford executives now make regular trips to Silicon Valley to meet with executives running startups a millionth Ford’s size. But I was recently asked if driverless cars are any different than the Segway. Let’s review…