Posted December 22, 2020
Upstart (NASDAQ: UPST) rode the wave of IPO enthusiasm this month. It went public on Wednesday, December 16, and on its first day of trading, shares soared by 47%. Can it continue to soar?
Posted December 21, 2020
Bubbles happen when people believe so deeply that they start ignoring fundamentals. We are seeing instances of fraud crop up these days. Wealth Daily editor Briton Ryle discusses the correlation between bubbles and fraud and what investors need to watch out for...
Posted December 18, 2020
Wealth Daily editor Jason Williams brings you part one in a four-part series on megatrends that will shape the markets and drive investor profits for the next decade or more. This week, Jason focuses on 5G and the backbone of the new network...
Posted December 17, 2020
Medical marvels like remote patient monitoring will be just one among dozens of revolutionary new technologies that will be hitting the commercial and consumer markets before the end of this decade. For investors, the big puzzle is finding the one which maximizes the gain potential while minimizing the pitfalls
Posted December 16, 2020
Stocks are definitely, unequivocally, without a doubt trading at nosebleed levels. “Overbought” is the technical term. Wealth Daily editor Briton Ryle reminds investors why patience is a virtue now more than ever...
Posted December 15, 2020
Despite everything that was thrown at us in 2020, we’re getting through it better than anyone expected. It was a record-breaking year for the IPO market, and that success could easily continue into 2021. Here are some IPOs to keep an eye on as we go into the new year...
Posted December 11, 2020
There has been a flurry of IPOs this year. On the surface, they've performed really well, but dig a little deeper, and you'll see they've all been stolen before they even hit the market.
Posted December 10, 2020
A revolution in personal transportation has arrived. But to be truly revolutionary, it would have to run totally independent of fossil fuels. That technology exists today, and it just might be the most important technological and industrial trend of the mid-21st century...
Posted December 9, 2020
You’ve likely heard a lot of people talking up gold prices this year, but one metal has been severely overlooked. Rhodium prices have skyrocketed this year and look to keep climbing. Wealth Daily editor Jason Williams explains why and gives you his two favorite ways to play the rally.
Posted December 8, 2020
IPOs on U.S. exchanges have already raised a record $156 billion this year, and there are still a few weeks left of December to make even more. Airbnb and DoorDash are set to make their public debuts this week, and if all goes well and each IPO is priced at the top of its price range, both companies will make a combined ~$6.2 billion.
Posted December 7, 2020
Stocks have been running like crazy — Bitcoin too. Home prices are up, copper is at record highs, lithium for electric car batteries is doing well, platinum too... Why? Why should such a wide range of assets be doing so well? Glad you asked.
Posted December 4, 2020
You hear it a lot in the markets, but it's never “different this time.” Wealth Daily editor Jason Williams explains why this year's flurry of IPOs should make you more than a little cautious.
Posted December 3, 2020
The conceptual failure that the modern electrical vehicle represents goes deeper than the obsolescence of the core technology. Wealth Daily editor Alex Koyfman paints a picture to give you an idea of just how pathetically unadvanced modern electric cars really are...
Posted December 1, 2020
DoorDash, the food delivery giant, filed a new S-1 document earlier this week. That document gives a little more insight into the company and its tentative mid-December IPO. Wealth Daily editor Monica Savaglia reveals those IPO details here...
Posted November 30, 2020
Wealth Daily editor Briton Ryle has been professionally investing in the stock market for a long time (22 years and counting). He's watched the price gyrations in response to currency crises, bubble implosions, outright fraud, 9/11 — you name it. But the market still finds ways to surprise him...