• 1 hour Gold Miners Eye Big Third Quarter Profits
  • 7 hours The U.S. Doubles Down On Domestic Lithium Production
  • 1 day Reddit Trader Scores 14,000% Returns On Rogue Trade
  • 2 days The Tangled Web Stretching From Turkey To DC
  • 2 days The U.S. Dollar Eyes Greater Upside
  • 2 days More And More Americans Believe A Recession Is Looming
  • 2 days Is The Pot Stock Boom Over Already?
  • 3 days How The California Utility Crisis Could Have Been Avoided
  • 3 days The Ugly Truth About Investing In Private Equity Deals
  • 4 days The World Is Facing A $1 Trillion Food Waste Crisis
  • 4 days Is It Time To Buy The Dip In Gold?
  • 4 days The History Of Oil Markets
  • 5 days Three Stocks To Watch Ahead Of Earnings Season
  • 5 days Markets Flat As Bulls And Bears Battle It Out
  • 5 days The Mining Industry Still Has a Human Rights Problem
  • 6 days 5 Billionaires Booted From Their Own Companies
  • 6 days Can Toyota's Hydrogen Car Take On Tesla?
  • 7 days Why Universal Basic Income Won't Work
  • 8 days Is This The Real Golden State?
  • 8 days Blockchain Firm Pushes For Ethical Mining
Why Universal Basic Income Won't Work

Why Universal Basic Income Won't Work

The universal basic income (UBI)…

The U.S. Dollar Eyes Greater Upside

The U.S. Dollar Eyes Greater Upside

World currencies show a shift…

Markets

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Dec 13, 2000 at 00:00

Business conditions are continuing to deteriorate rapidly throughout Techland. Yesterday, Compaq announced it would significantly miss fourth-quarter earnings estimates and guided forecasts considerably lower for 2001. On the heels of…

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Dec 06, 2000 at 00:00

It is another historic week in the financial markets, with accommodative comments from Fed Chairman Greenspan helping propel NASDAQ to its largest gain ever. So far this week, the NASDAQ100,…

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Nov 29, 2000 at 00:00

With technology stocks in a freefall worldwide, we seemingly come closer to global financial crisis by the week. It is certainly no surprise that Asian stock markets and currencies generally…

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Nov 22, 2000 at 00:00

Looks like Florida is not the only place undertaking recounts. Yesterday, Lucent said it was "recounting" fourth quarter sales due to $125 million revenue recognition issue. With the continuing deterioration…

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Nov 15, 2000 at 00:00

Although attention is focused overwhelmingly on the Presidential election, there are some significant developments that should be recognized. While the Internet/telecommunications/technology bubble is in the process of collapse, evidence continues…

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Nov 08, 2000 at 00:00

We regularly write that we are living in a truly historic period. Yesterday's extraordinary election was further confirmation of this view. Undeniably, we are witnessing history in the making, with…

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Nov 01, 2000 at 00:00

Yesterday was the 10th largest gain (percentage and points) in the 29-year history of the NASDAQ Composite. Three of the ten largest NASDAQ percentage gains occurred in October, and eight…

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Oct 25, 2000 at 00:00

There is considerable debate as to whether the market overreacted to Nortel's earnings. To help clarify this issue, we turned to Tim Heitman, ace telecommunications analyst at David Tice and…

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Oct 18, 2000 at 00:00

Amazingly, already wild conditions have become only more chaotic in global equity, currency, and credit markets. Here at home, the NASDAQ100 today traded in an intra-day 9% range, with the…

Alt Text

Mid-Week Analysis

Oct 11, 2000 at 00:00

The dollar has so far held together well considering the unfolding U.S. financial quagmire, with the dollar declining about 1/2 percent this week. After a brief respite, energy prices are…