I think that a lot of people are scared about the global macro situation, and I am as well - for the first time ever we have all these zero to flat interest rates around the world and a very correlated global economy where governments are all printing lots of money at once. Assets all inflated then all went down.
I would buy AMZN. I think Amazon is the most interesting company right now and represents the surest path to a $5T (15-20x from current levels) market cap within 50 years. The reason I think this has nothing to do with e-commerce, although e-commerce is their way of dogfooding the real reason: AWS.
The presidency is not a corporate CEOship where authority is checked only by the board and internal political foes. However this all plays out, I admire Carly for her tenacity; as she has demonstrated great balls. We just have to collectively decide if they belong in the White House.
Last May, I mused on the possibility of a tech bubble and projected that the NASDAQ would plateau for the remainder of 2015. Midway through these expectations, let's calibrate my crystal ball...
Bubble? What bubble?
Eventually, some of these companies will likely see their values drop as a natural part of the market correction, Tjan said
It's time to usher in the annual rite of spring known as March Madness. While Cinderella grabs millions at the box office, a record number of small-screen viewers will be on the lookout for another kind of Cinderella who can prevent the Kentucky Coronation.
Why is this bubble far worse than the tech bubble of 2000? Because the only thing worse than a market with collapsing valuations is a market with no valuations and no liquidity.
Llamas are big on the Internet, especially Thursday, because two escaped in Arizona. Funny enough, in the mid-1980s, llamas
Uber's investors are apparently unfazed by bad press. In recent months, the company has had to apologize for a top executive
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One of the hottest stocks in the universe right now is a social-networking company called Cynk Technology, ticker symbol
As you think about how to maintain and grow your business in both good times and bad, think of our best practice guide below as a form of "tech bubble preparedness kit."
Taking minimalism to the extreme, the Yo app sends push notifications to other app users with an audible "Yo!" This has proven
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Mark Gongloff and Alex Wilhelm join HuffPost Live to talk about if it's too early to start worrying about another tech bubble.
It is also worth pointing out that not only are the tech stocks getting a little expensive, but also maybe all of the stocks
It may be time to start worrying about a tech bubble again. OK, not really "worrying" so much. But the news that Yahoo has
As a society we are the more than willing victims who love the adrenalin rush that comes with watching the Dow rise, or our home assessments go up, or our portfolios expand but then turn around and blame our predators when we get caught.
The truth is often painful but nonetheless it is important that we live in the real world. Just as little kids have to come to grips with the fact that there is no Santa Claus, it is necessary for millions of liberals, including many who think of themselves as highly knowledgeable about economic matters, to realize that President Clinton's policies sent the economy seriously off course. In Washington it is common to tout the budget surpluses of the Clinton years as some momentous achievement, as though the point of economic policy is to run budget surpluses. Of course the point of economic policy is to produce an economy that improves the lives of the people in a sustainable way. Clinton badly flunked this test.