Why Are My Super Bowl Chicken Wings Costing So Much More This Year?

By Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Proof InflationListen to the mainstream media and they will have you convinced there is no inflation in the U.S. economy. The recent decline in gas prices has some saying deflation will prevail in the U.S. Their arguments are rather naïve; they say lower gas prices will eventually result in lower costs for producers and so on and so forth…
The logic… Read More

Stocks: What the Earnings of Microsoft and Texas Instruments Tell Us About the Year Ahead

By Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Two Big Tech Stocks Showing Two TrendsThere is a collective nervousness to stocks and the market’s still in its consolidation that began last September. But what’s interesting is that both the NASDAQ Composite and the Dow Jones Transportation Average are still outperforming the other major indices. This is an optimistic technical trait for the stock market, as le… Read More

Despite Increasing Competition, Netflix to Remain Tops in Streaming

By Friday, January 23, 2015

Netflix to Remain TopsNetflix, Inc. (NASDAQ/NFLX) got my attention on Tuesday after announcing a massive fourth quarter, reminding me why I have been bullish on the stock for so long. Threatened by emerging rivals such as Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ/AMZN), Hulu, and Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ/YHOO)… Read More, Netflix proved why it is the “Best of Breed” in video steam

How Facebook Makes Money: New Platform an Advertiser’s Dream

By Thursday, January 29, 2015

How Facebook Makes Money
Facebook’s Rocky Start (Before Its Revenue Platform Made Headway)
Starting with just 20 or so initial profiles scattered around Harvard in 2004, Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ/FB)… Read More has since morphed into the world’s most important marketing platform, now with 1.3 billion active users.
Every day, disciples of Facebook log into their

Volatility in Global Currencies Good News for Gold Investors

By Thursday, January 29, 2015

Volatility in Global CurrenciesAs it stands, we are seeing wild swings in the currency markets. The only currency that’s performing well is the U.S. dollar. Other currencies, like the Canadian dollar, euro, Japanese yen, Australian dollar, and British pound, are in a definitive downtrend. The Swiss franc is seeing historical moves due to its central bank’s i… Read More

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