Tech

2
Mar

Investing in the Metaverse: A Guide for Beginners

You’re probably wondering whether investing in the Metaverse will be just as volatile as crypto, right? Now is the time to learn how to invest in the metaverse before it gets too crowded. Here is your metaverse investment guide.

31
Jan

Red Pill or Blue Pill

“You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.”

Remember those lines from The Matrix?

They came from Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), who delivered them to Neo (Keanu Reeves).

It was his way of giving Neo the choice of living in a fantasy land most people believed was real…

Or seeing the world as it really is.

Neo chose true reality, of course.

Now, 23 years after The Matrix was released, it feels like we’re living in a real-world version of that movie.

It seems to me like just about everyone has taken the blue pill.

Consider that most people are glued to their cell phones 24/7… addicted to social media… absorbed in video games…

Well, guess what?

28
Oct

The Sub-Sector of Healthcare Every Retail Investor Should Consider

On the outside, investing in healthcare sounds like a no-brainer. We all need healthcare services — at some point — and with the ageing of the baby boomer demographic and eventually even millennials, the largest demographic to date who are now pushing 40, this demand should only increase with time. The problem is, it’s tricky to know what to buy.

8
Jul

How to Profit on Tattoo Regret

As I watched the face-tattooed young man work behind the counter of my local coffee shop, he thanked the woman in front of me for her order.
That’s when I realized, I recognized his voice.
He was Josh, the son of a good friend.
I hadn’t seen Josh in nearly 10 years, when he was just a shy teenager.
Now here he was, a late-20s something working as a barista.
“Hello, Josh,” I said. “It’s been a long time – how are you?”
“Mr. Fogel?” he said, almost sheepishly. “I’m good, I guess… yeah, it’s been awhile.”
Business was slow that morning, so we chatted a couple of minutes as he made my double cappuccino.
I couldn’t help but ask about his tattoo.
“I had it done in college,” he said. “I thought it was pretty cool back then.”
But now, he said, it was a major hindrance in his quest for a professional job.
“I’ve been on a bunch of interviews, but they never call me back,” he said, sounding flustered. “I’m sure it’s the tattoo… I wish I had the money to get rid of it.”

2
Nov

How “WellTech” Is Creating A New Wave Of Tech Fortunes

Today Peloton is a household name. It has more than one million subscribers to its online fitness classes. Its stock is up 456% in the past year. And the company’s greatest problem is a great problem to have.