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Advanced Graphene Battery to Replace Lithium by 2030

Written by Alex Koyfman
Posted June 23, 2022

Last week, a tiny company operating out of Australia began building the first-ever graphene "pouch cell" batteries. It's the next step toward full-sized EV battery packs...

Rivian in a Downward Spiral

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted May 10, 2022

Rivian (NASDAQ: RIVN) was the largest IPO in 2021. The company is down 69% since it went public. What could be the root cause of its downfall? Monica Savaglia discusses...

The Forgotten Era of Flight

Written by Alexander Boulden
Posted March 23, 2022

Now that traditional aviation companies are coming under scrutiny for their fuel consumption, we could see major disruptions to commercial air travel soon.

Would You Hire a Robot?

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted January 11, 2022

Here’s how professional service robots could become one solution to the “Great Resignation.”

Toast Seeks $18 Billion Valuation With Its IPO

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted September 21, 2021

Toast has provided its crucial restaurant payment and management software to restaurant owners and businesses during the time of COVID-19 hardships, and now the company is on the verge of going public.

Why Our Cities Are the Dumbest in the World

Written by Alex Koyfman
Posted August 26, 2021

The money being thrown at making “smart cities” a reality is getting pretty substantial. The problem is that the futuristic image we picture when we hear that term is a myth...

What Can We Still Expect From the 2021 IPO Market?

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted August 10, 2021

So far in 2021 there have been 682 IPOs (including SPACs), surpassing the total number of IPOs in 2020 — and there are still four months left in the year. Here are two IPOs to keep an eye out for...

The Electric Car's 122-Year-Old Deadly Weakness

Written by Alex Koyfman
Posted July 15, 2021

Despite the victorious vibe that electric vehicle-makers are already exuding with regard to the future of the auto market, there's a big fat reason why electric cars just might fail, and fail big...

Kraken Learns From Coinbase’s Public Debut

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted June 15, 2021

U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange Kraken is preparing for a public debut in the second half of 2022. The company could be considering a traditional route with an IPO rather than a direct listing after witnessing the dull market debut from its rival Coinbase (NASDAQ: COIN).

Electric Vehicles Are Dead Without THIS Technology

Written by Jason Williams
Posted May 21, 2021

Wealth Daily editor Jason Williams is all for EVs, but he knows that without this company's technology, that dream will never become a reality. And he wants you to ride the tidal wave of profits it's going to create.

Timing Is Everything

Written by Briton Ryle
Posted May 3, 2021

It’s all well and good for you to find a technology, service, or process that is so streamlined or cost-effective or indispensable that it represents the future. But what if the market isn’t ready for that future? 

New Green Fuel Starts Disrupting the Oil Industry

Written by Alex Koyfman
Posted April 29, 2021

Thanks to a very recent technological innovation, ammonia fuel can now be produced cheaply, with zero carbon emission, using only air, water, and electricity. This story is gaining momentum, and the tiny company that’s acquired the IP rights to the production process is set to soar.

"Liquid Electricity" at a Filling Station Near You?

Written by Alex Koyfman
Posted March 11, 2021

Despite what the mainstream media have been telling you for decades now, the future of consumer and commercial transportation is not electric. It also won't be gas-powered… Instead, it will be a combination of the two, and it will all be made possible by a marvel of modern science — a wonder fuel — that few people even know exists.

Bumble Has an IPO Date

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted February 9, 2021

Bumble, the second-highest grossing dating app in the world, has been preparing itself for its first date with the public markets. The company seeks to raise about $1.8 billion and is set to go public on Thursday, February 11.

Slack Starts 2021 With a Global Outage

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted January 5, 2021

Slack (NYSE: WORK) started off the new year at a low point. For most people, it was the first day back to work after the holidays, and they couldn’t even log into Slack to start their first workday of 2021. Early Monday morning, Slack reported that a global outage was having a significant impact on its platform.