There are countries opening their doors to legal marijuana. Many are starting with legal medicinal marijuana. And some — like Uruguay, much of the US and now Canada — are going with legal recreational marijuana,…
It was a future that we saw four years ago. And only recently have we started to reap the rewards. With cutting edge tech there’s no way to know exactly when things will take off.…
You’ll know that all cryptocurrencies are starting to get a lot of attention. Bitcoin is getting most of the press. Yet Ethereum is still relatively unknown to the masses. But the whole idea of cryptocurrency is steadily gaining traction. Ethereum in particular is not only being hailed as the ‘next Bitcoin’, but perhaps even … Read More
The cryptoconomy is a digital economy made up of hundreds of different kinds of ‘currency’. Which means there is no physical note or coin that they are based on.
Without the blockchain you can’t validate a transaction, and the network won’t allow it. It’s simple. No blockchain, no bitcoin.
Physical money, coins and cash are on the verge of extinction, and we are headed towards a ‘paperless’ digital system or a ‘cryptocurrency’.
The cryptoconomy is a new phenomenon. It’s a digital economy made up of hundreds of different kinds of ‘currency’. These are all digital currencies.
Those companies work in F1 partly to advance development of their in house car tech. The same thing is happening in Formula E.
In June 2016, after just nine months on the buy list, oOh! Media breached the 106% return mark. The next day the stock slid back slightly.
Once worth $100 million, it’s now valued at $1 billion. Real small-cap companies that go from being worth tens of millions, to billions.
Ever heard of Purplebricks? They do it far cheaper than other real estate sharks. It also helps the buyer to communicate directly with the seller.
Who said you can’t make money in this market? If Avocados can demonstrate incredible growth, then I know there are other opportunities out there, too.
The overall Aussie market was down 2.2% on Monday. And on Tuesday, while it got off to a good start, the ASX All Ords again closed down for the day.
Sometimes it pays to remember why microcaps are so much more exciting and full of potential than the ‘safe’ companies most people refer to as ‘blue chips’.