Various members of the Canadian telecommunications cartel regularly try to upsell me on their products: They offer a four or a six month package for around $50 a month if I’d let them handle my phone, internet and TV.
Yield Growth’s (BOSS.C) subsidiary Urban Juve has arranged to put their hemp-based beauty products in ipsy’s glam bag.
I’ve had a bunch of requests this past week for information on two companies we’ve covered in the last few weeks, more than any other. That’s not unusual, sometimes companies hit a rich vein of investor interest for no apparent reason, and potential investors, rather than jumping in on faith, contact folks like me to explain what’s really going on.
What would happen if you put 3,000 monkeys at 3,000 trading desks and gave them $100 each to trade with?Basically a wash if today’s Stockstream Twitch experiment is anything to go by.
Mining is one of those industries that often lives in our imagination as blackened faces grinning under the incandescent glow of their head lamps. We see the swinging of blunt instruments and the explosions and the five-storey earth movers, but we often forget the science behind the brute force.
Back a few years ago, Fabrice Taylor, he of The President’s Club newsletter, was casting all sorts of magic on smallcap and mediumcap companies, which would cause investors to flock to them and ride ensuing rises. At times, it didn’t even really matter what the company did. If Fabrice said “I like this thing,” the thing was going up.
Daily fantasy sports is a niche sector that has been through the wars in 2016, with several US states coming at a quickly established and big money industry, demanding it prove it isn’t simply unlicensed gambling dressed up as a game of skill.