Posted February 15, 2006
I remember riding in the front seat of a car in China and noting the nameplates of the cars in front of me, wondering, "Will names like Dongfeng ever roll off the tongues of American consumers?"
Posted February 13, 2006
You already know oil is the lifeblood of modern industrial society. Today almost every human endeavor from transportation, to manufacturing, to electricity, to plastics is inextricably connected to this finite resource
Posted February 10, 2006
Wizard of Oz jokes get old quick. Having grown up in Kansas City, and on the Kansas side at that, I've put up with more than my share of mind-numbingly corny stabs at humor centering on the Sunflower State and its few pop culture reference points.
Posted February 7, 2006
Next to the main road there used to be a restaurant. A small shop where the smells were inviting, the people smiled and the food piled high on the plate before you devoured each delicious bite of tender meat.
Posted February 6, 2006
Let's say you're a multi-national oil giant. You're making a lot of money. And we're not talking Bill Gates money because that's chump change to major oil companies. We're talking making more money than the GDP of several nations.
Posted February 3, 2006
The days of Donna Reed are long since finished. We all know that by now. What is more surprising is television's modern predilection towards not the studio but the viewer. The history of television is the history of the fourth wall. That is the name given in the industry to the lens, the television set - those things that keep viewers' senses other than sight and sound from involvement in the show.
Posted January 31, 2006
You may remember that in my original write-up on AMD, I gave a price target of $39 a share. This was during a period when AMD was trading for around $25 a share.
Posted January 30, 2006
Natural gas prices have plummeted over the past month-and-a-half on increasing supplies and unusually warm weather. But seasoned Wealth Daily readers know that today's prices won't hold for very long.
Posted January 27, 2006
This week we saw one of the most unremarkable media mergers ever. After losing their respective parent companies a billion dollars over ten years, television networks The WB and UPN decided to merge under the name CW.
Posted January 24, 2006
They're the stepchildren of the periodic table. Relegated to the bottom of the chart on the wall in your high school chemistry class, your teacher probably never even mentioned them. "Just worry about hydrogen and helium first, hotshot..."
Posted January 23, 2006
Just after I uncorked a bottle of Cabernet Friday evening, I read a story that I've wanted to tell you about all weekend.
Posted January 20, 2006
You've been reading Wealth Daily for quite some time now. It's nothing new to you that we keep you up to date with the latest in technology, energy, and every other area where the cutting edge will determine who profits and who doesn't.
Posted January 17, 2006
The earth did not shake, but the deer and other animals raised their heads simultaneously, sensing something amiss. Later, the ground rocked with all the tectonic fury that had been stored up, and afterwards only the animals, with their natural instincts, were left.
Posted January 16, 2006
Before we get started today, let's quickly talk about one of Mike Schaefer's stock picks he recommended to Wealth Daily
Posted January 13, 2006
You already know how bullish I am on RFID. I first mentioned the technology only two weeks ago in my "Two Explosive Investment Opportunities" article. Today I want to talk with you about how a drug company is using RFID tags to thwart counterfeiting.