Monthly Archive:: June 2015

How to Tell “Failing Forward” from Just Plain Failing

When a company is struggling to hold on to customers or find ways to eke out revenue, you'll often see it begin to release news of adjustments or pivots in its business model, replete with claims that the new strategy will turn things around.

I've seen this time and time again in recent months, and it

The Tactics You’ll Need to Profit from the Greek Debt Crisis

There's a lot being written about the Greek debt crisis right now. It's scary, it's problematic, and, for the most part, almost totally unusable for the average investor.

That's completely unacceptable as far as I'm concerned.

So I thought we'd take a good hard look at what you actually need to know, then move on

Two Tech Firms with a Retail Presence I Can Get Behind

This morning I've got a $1,000 piece of useless high-tech hardware hanging over my fireplace at home in Oregon. It used to be a fabulous 50-inch Samsung SmartHub television.

Today I'll tell you a story about what's happened, because it illuminates something critically important when it comes to your money - why you won't see me

The Short Attack on Ekso Bionics (OTC: EKSO) Stock and How to Handle It

An anonymous individual writing under the name "The Pump Stopper" launched a vicious attack on Ekso Bionics Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: EKSO) stock on June 2 that immediately pressured it and caused it to drop 24.28% to close at $1.36 a share on heavy volume...

Your Best Investing Questions

This week we're taking a look at four of your most perceptive investing questions and my replies to them. We're also going to cover a question I was asked on FOX Business recently that has immediate bearing on your money and your investments at the mom...