Bitcoin to FAANG (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google) stocks, it’s become the talking heads’ favorite daytime activity to opine about their imminent collapse.
There’s a new IPO fever overtaking the markets. Is it all talk or is there something behind the mania?
A “Frictionless Economy” fosters free transactions that require virtually no effort. Why then has it been likened to hell on earth?
Behind the curtain here at Wall Street Daily, we’re performing minor miracles with data. Data is power, folks. With that in mind, here are five data points currently jumping off the page.
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...
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...
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.
We’ve got two months of good data on the recently launched FAANG ETF (NYSE: FNG) — officially known as the AdvisorShares New Tech and Media ETF. To no one’s surprise, FNG has been besting the S&P 500 since the ETF launched on July 14. Will FNG’s blitzkrieg persist into the foreseeable future? I’ve got 415 billion reasons why the answer is an emphatic “YES!”
Money loves speed, and Amazon knows this fact better than any company on Earth. And Bezos’ obsession with speed continues to pay off for shareholders.
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...