Posted January 21, 2019
Back during the internet bubble and crash, around 57% of the U.S. population was directly invested in stocks. Today, it's less than 50%. But it's also more important than ever for maintaining a middle-class lifestyle. Briton Ryle discusses the best sectors for 2019...
Posted January 20, 2019
Apple isn’t the only company that could get seriously burned by weak sales in China. Let’s look at which other stocks might be the next Apple… in a bad way.
Posted January 10, 2019
You know things are getting interesting over at Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) when front man Elon Musk starts making big, thought-provoking public statements. This week, at least two such statements came barreling from the CEO's Twitter account. But it still won't protect the company from what's coming...
Posted January 8, 2019
If you haven't realized by now, the video streaming industry is only getting bigger, and companies like Netflix are coming into their own with strong original content. But one company, which recently went public, is a strong player for the device side of the market...
Posted January 7, 2019
If you think about it, trade wars have been a headline issue for a year now. And the end of the Fed's easy money policies has been worrying investors a good bit longer than that... Why did these two items all of sudden break the market's back? Well, it's because of Apple.
Posted December 23, 2018
Our world runs on electricity. And we don’t just mean light bulbs — practically everything around us consumes electricity. A key component in practically every electronic device on the planet is now running in short supply. Here's how investors can take advantage of the supply and demand scenario...
Posted December 16, 2018
Apple's stock is getting destroyed. The stock looks cheap, but we think it's a value trap. And a lot of it comes down to 5G developments. Jason Stutman explains why Apple is falling dangerously behind on 5G developments...
Posted December 13, 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 December 10, 2018
Netflix is now advertising itself as a destination for new movie debuts. Bad for the movie theaters, especially when Disney starts doing this, too. Wealth Daily editor Briton Ryle talks Netflix and Disney's new movie strategy. Plus, the Santa Claus rally has not happened as soon as expected, and there are a few reasons for this...
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 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 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 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 13, 2018
Pollution affects over 100 million people and is one of the biggest global killers. And one company, best known for revolutionizing the vacuum cleaner and hand dryer markets, is now setting out to do something about pollution as well.
Posted November 6, 2018
We've got a little over one month left in 2018, and it's been a strong year for the IPO market. In fact, it was one of the strongest since 2014. And 2019 might be even bigger... if you know where to look. Monica Savaglia has some insight...