Technology

GoPro Stock Price Craters: Where Will GPRO Bottom?

It’s been a roller coaster ride for GoPro (GPRO) stock investors. Since the IPO, GoPro’s stock price surged higher (almost hitting $100 per share), before falling all the way down as low as $11.26 per share today. Every time analysts or traders seem to call for a GPRO bottom, it…

8 Great Articles For Investors: Insights And Inspirations

We live in interesting times and it’s not always easy to see what the financial markets are up to. From the game of cat and mouse with the Federal Reserve to current market valuations to crashing commodity prices, investors have a tough job of working through intermarket correlations, short-term gyrations, and…

GoPro (GPRO) At Crossroads: Why A Rally Must Start Now

I’ve spent a lot of time looking at GoPro (GPRO) over the past year. And I’ve forecast several turing points for trading swings with pretty darn good precision (just search gopro on the site).  In my most recent post on GPRO stock, I highlighted why GoPro could fall under 30…

Twitter Tips For Investors: Maximize Returns, Avoid Pitfalls

Investors have tagged the now publically-traded Twitter, Inc. (TWTR) with a near $40 Billion market capitalization as we enter year-end 2013. Yes, it’s been mentioned by some in the context of a bubble, and many have questioned that market cap in light of current losses and sketchy prospects for profit…

The Biggest Risk to Apple’s Consumer Products Empire

By Ross Heart A few weeks back I mentioned to See It Market founder Andy Nyquist that I was working on a post detailing the #1 risk to Apple. Well, a quick slide in shares from $700 to $505 brought a rash of hurried “Demise of Apple” articles, and piling on…

Apple iPhone5 Review: Special Edition of Random Thoughts

By Alex Salomon So it’s official: on Friday morning, bright and early, my wife and I snatched Apple iPhone5 32GB #3 (Black, hers) & #4 (White, mine) smartphones in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. We arrived early, camped out in front of the store from about 7AM and got the phones by…

Up Close and Personal: The New Age of Advertising

By Alex Salomon As I started writing about the new age and evolution of advertising and delved into the realm of future automated engines that will harvest data in one’s personal online social network to create automated friend/network experience-based advertising (as well as user-definable filters to help narrow and match reviews),…

Social Media Musings and The Information Age

By Andrew Nyquist Welcome to the Information Age, where word travels fast… real fast.  Where we can track news from many media outlets and across many different people watching those outlets on Social Media (i.e. Twitter). And everyone one from the traditional news media to your Twitter “Follow,” Facebook (FB) “Friend,”…

Facebook and the Future of Targeted Search and Advertising

By Alex Salomon On May 18, we will likely witness Facebook (FB) rocket to a $100B capitalization. Pretty much every one has an opinion on Facebook and its IPO, even non-investors. And all sorts of discussions abound: the actual valuation of Facebook; its fight against Google (GOOG) and other emerging companies…