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 21, 2018
Knowing where the puck is going gets you to goal before anyone else. Knowing where legal cannabis is going gets you to the profits before anyone else. Wealth Daily editor Jason Williams lets you in on the next states to legalize...
Posted December 20, 2018
If you imagine a cannabis grow operation to be a dirty commune-style warehouse run by a dreadlocked master grower, that image may have once been right... but no longer. Today's growers wear Armani suits and have business degrees, and this company is one to watch.
Posted December 18, 2018
2018 was a big year for cannabis, with recreational legalization in states like Michigan and Vermont, as well as the entire country of Canada. But 2019 could be even bigger as we look toward the possibility of legalization on the federal level...
Posted December 17, 2018
Johnson & Johnson got a beat-down on Friday after a report that seemed to confirm that JNJ sold Johnson's Baby Powder for years knowing that it had small amounts of asbestos in it. Shortly after, Wells Fargo said the sell-off was done. So what's the truth?
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 14, 2018
Volatile markets just aren't fun. But they can help you take advantage of stocks that are better than their peers but not getting valued properly. Wealth Daily editor Jason Williams explains how to find "relative value" in any market.
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 12, 2018
For investors, disruption is an awesome and terrible force. Get on the wrong side of it, and you could be ruined. Because disruption changes the rules, but there's no announcement, no memo to say the rules have changed. And right now, Amazon is changing the rules.
Posted December 11, 2018
Uber and Lyft are racing each other to the initial public offering (IPO) finish line. The companies announced just a day apart that they had filed IPO documents, and investors are watching closely to see which company will come out on top...
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 December 7, 2018
You've likely heard talk of inverted yield curves this week. But what does that even mean? The yield curve you’ve heard people talking about is the comparison of two U.S. Treasury bill rates. Wealth Daily editor and fixed-income expert Jason Williams breaks it down and explains why you don't need to worry yet...
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 5, 2018
One day. President Trump made it one trading day before undermining his tariff truce with China and reigniting fears that tariffs will weigh on an already slowing economy. And that's why "Twitter risk" is a real thing to watch out for when trading...