Posted December 9, 2018
On December 1st, Huawei Technologies CFO Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Vancouver and is now facing extradition to the U.S. While this could be seen as an act of foreign aggression, China is still moving forward with the tariff truce. What does all this mean for tech investors?
Posted December 6, 2018
The first positive sign that humanity is on its way to a sudden, terrifying conclusion will probably take place in an internet chat room. But AI doesn't have to be scary... in fact, it has the potential to be incredibly profitable to those who get in now.
Posted December 2, 2018
2019 is shaping up to be the year of the robo-taxi. GM's executive-level shakeup this week is just one indication of what's to come. Waymo, Daimler, Tesla, Uber, and Lyft are also making moves to get in on the autonomous taxi industry...
Posted November 28, 2018
The U.S.–China trade dispute might be escalating soon. And the tariffs President Trump is considering right now could be the straw that breaks the U.S. economy's back. Here's why Wealth Daily editor Briton Ryle is calling it the Apple Recession...
Posted November 27, 2018
Amazon is a success story many companies are trying to emulate... and sometimes that means hiring on high-level Amazon execs. Airbnb is the most recent company to do so. What could this mean for its future IPO prospects?
Posted November 23, 2018
If you live in the United States, chances are good that yesterday you switched on your oven and spent some, if not most, of the day heating a large bird. And statistically speaking, the heat used in preparing the key components of the meal most likely came from electricity, not gas.
Posted November 18, 2018
The Cold War between the United States and Russia may be heating up again. And this time, Elon Musk’s SpaceX is caught in the crosshairs. Elon and his rockets continue to attract attention to the burgeoning space industry, another player has re-entered the field: Russia...
Posted November 15, 2018
Death... It's the ultimate equalizer. It takes you regardless of your race, your gender, or your nationality. It takes you whether you're young or old, whether you're devout or atheist, whether you're rich or poor. Now, some of the world's top billionaires are looking to change that.
Posted November 11, 2018
5G is coming, and the world's biggest tech giants (Apple, Qualcomm, Intel, etc.) are squabbling over the supply chain. The latest trouble comes from a Qualcomm earnings call...
Posted October 27, 2018
Amazon's stock took a hit this week, but there's nothing but green under the curtain. Wealth Daily editor Jason Stutman informs investors of another way they can take advantage of Amazon stock without owning shares of the stock itself...
Posted October 25, 2018
Just about every electric motor in the world today suffers from the same design failure that plagued the very first electric motors, built way back in the first half of the 19th century. But one company has finally figured out how to fix it. And it's publicly traded.
Posted October 21, 2018
Lots of people like to throw around “Apple moments” when talking about Tesla. We count at least half a dozen, but another one has just occurred. Tesla's (NASDAQ: TSLA) new AI chip is coming, and it's expected to give the automaker a leg up on the competition...
Posted October 18, 2018
Wealth Daily editor Alex Koyfman can no longer get investment information the way he used to as a teenager... and now everyone wants to sell you something. So it's rare he comes across a source he finds this credible... and an opportunity this incredible.
Posted October 16, 2018
Trust is a hard thing to gain, and it’s even harder to maintain. And even though we won't share personal information with strangers, we WILL share it with social networking sites. So what happens when those sites are hacked? Facebook is answering that question now.
Posted October 11, 2018
Electrical motors consume 50% of all generated power... and generators account for 99% of the power we produce. So how is it that these machines have not been improved in any major way since their advent? Wealth Daily editor Alex Koyfman may have found an answer...