Market Trends

It’s often said that there’s always a bull market somewhere. Investors can always find unique and exciting ways to earn money if they look hard enough. Breakthrough medical discoveries, disruptive new technologies and other innovations are changing the world as we know it. We monitor the biggest market trends happening right now, keeping you informed and ready to profit.

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Why Apple Could Get Cut in Half

When bubbles pop, wealth disappears very quickly. Recently, there has been talk of a bubble forming in the tech sector, putting Apple in danger.

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The Magic Mushroom Revolution Is Here

For years, psychedelic mushrooms have been demonized. But today, those attitudes are changing.

Alternative Investments

The Sports Betting Opportunity Investors Can’t Ignore

As the U.S. sports betting market expands, investors won’t want to miss out on this combination of fantasy and betting.

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Pollution in Oceans Is Leading to Plastic in Your Body

Plastic in our oceans is leading to increased plastic in our bodies.

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Back-to-School Stocks: What Investors Need to Know

No, not the K-pop band. But spending for back to school is projected to top $34 billion this year.

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Buy These Travel Stocks While They’re Still Cheap

Travel is going to pick up again in 2021. So get in on these travel stocks now while they’re still inexpensive.

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Why You Should Invest in Cybersecurity Stocks

An increase in remote work due to the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a rise in cybercrime.

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Video Games May Be the Most Profitable Trend of 2020

This year, investors are setting new high scores with video game stocks. And this trend only has more upside ahead.

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Tech Stocks: Shares of This Innovation Are Skyrocketing

Tech stocks are on the rise. And Digital Turbine rockets higher after the company uses reliance on smartphones to its advantage.

Alternative Investments

Nickel Prices Spike After Tesla’s Conference Call

Nickel prices rose after Elon Musk called on miners in Tesla’s second quarter conference call.