Around this time of year, I look back at the best stocks of the last 12 months. They reveal a lot about how the biggest trends develop. This helps me develop strategies to trade them.
No one wants to lose money. But surprisingly, a LOT of investors see chasing returns as more important than protecting their capital.
What can you do when time is not in your favour? One option is to look for opportunities in growing regions. If you can bag a couple of these winners, they’ll do wonders with just a few thousand dollars.
So IBM put Watson to work. Since 2011, Watson has been analysing massive amounts of data, coming up with new innovative products and dabbling in medical diagnoses.
How do you buy shares in a company before the spotlight shines on them? Well, I’m going to tell you about this in a moment.
Scale isn’t all that important. That’s what Warren Buffett told students at the University of Georgia. It’s a bit rich coming from one of the richest men in the world.
This is a dangerous situation but it’s a wake up call that you don’t have freedom on social media. You are under the control of people like Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
The Low Dose Computed Tomography lung cancer screen has a Sensitivity of 93%, but a Specificity of 73%. The Prostate Specific Antigen test has a Sensitivity of 21% and a Specificity of 91%. The Mammography breast cancer screen has a Sensitivity of 68% and a Specificity of 75%.
The living drug doesn’t treat the disease. It supercharges your immune system. Not only could this tiny stock help patients the world over, this tiny stock could be your ticket to gains of 2,422%.
Rather than fighting the diseases, this technology super charges your own immune system. And with this treatment, Kaitlyn was able to kick cancer. Now, I’d like to draw your attention to the billion-dollar pharmaceutical companies falling over themselves to buy anything to do with this living drug.