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Tesla: To Short, or Not to Short?

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted March 3, 2016

Lithium supply concerns have some investors shorting Tesla. But a look at the facts shows otherwise.

Your Home Is Overvalued

Written by Jessica Sheppard
Posted February 29, 2016

The only guarantee we have about the housing market is that another bubble will be bursting in the future..the only question is, when?

The Facebook Virus

Written by Jessica Sheppard
Posted February 25, 2016

There comes a point in time when technology completely saturates its possible customer base. By 2018, that means Facebook. Investors should prepare for a new generation of social media to take over.

How do you spell "profit"? B-R-E-X-I-T

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted February 23, 2016

The idea of freedom from EU law becomes even more appealing, as Britain will be able to secure its own trade deals with other important countries, like China, India, and the U.S.

Private Companies or Gov't Puppets?

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted February 18, 2016

If the Department of Justice can force Apple, a private company, to bypass security measures and enable information surveillance, imagine what it can make other private companies do.

Business Loses Its Biggest Ally

Written by Jessica Sheppard
Posted February 16, 2016

If you won't mourn the man, mourn the position and the public service.

Winners & Losers of Obama's Oil Tax

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted February 11, 2016

With time running out for his presidency, Obama scrambles for his last jab at the American energy sector... just another part of his war on capitalism.

Venezuela's Death Spiral

Written by Jessica Sheppard
Posted February 9, 2016

Thanks to a combination of economic and social missteps, Venezuela is on the verge of the worst economic crisis since Argentina in 2001. But who is really to blame?

"A" is for AAPL? Not Anymore.

Written by Jessica Sheppard
Posted February 4, 2016

Reinventing What it Means to IPO

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted February 2, 2016

January of 2016 was the first in 51 months to post zero IPOs. What does this say about the future IPOs of 2016?

The Worm Inside Apple

Written by John Peterson
Posted January 29, 2016

As Apple grew from the floundering tech disaster of the mid-'90s towards the half-a-trillion-dollar giant it is today, another problem started to surface.

Russia's Technology Renaissance

Written by Jessica Sheppard
Posted January 28, 2016

Elon Musk's vision of a 760 mph vacuum tube Hyperloop is a science fiction dream, right? There's no way we could get from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 30 minutes on the ground, right? Wrong.

Overthrowing the House of Saud

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted January 26, 2016

Blizzards in the U.S. failed to jumpstart oil prices. The downward spiral continues. We have to wonder if there are ulterior motives at work here.

Go Nowhere, Be Transported Anywhere

Written by Jessica Sheppard
Posted January 21, 2016

Virtual reality technology was the star of CES this year, but can it be used for more than recreation and gaming?

Tehran and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Written by Jessica Sheppard
Posted January 19, 2016

When will it be time to pull the plug on oil? As prices continue to free fall, alternative (clean) energy is starting to look way more appealing.