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“Fancy” and Google Glass


An intriguing Match, a self-described “crowd curator” of fashion, brands, and other items of interest, ties together social networking and shopping. It allows people to pick what they “fancy” on the internet by clicking the Fancy link.  They then share it with the community and can buy the item itself. Social networking plus popular items equals big time ... Read More »

The Google Car, No Drivers Necessary


Not only are drivers unneeded, they might be the worse option The search-engine-turned-business-giant, Google, has outlets in nearly all outlets technological. Its Android Operating System dominates the market, and its Google Glass is one of the most highly anticipated, and feared, new technologies making rounds on the internet.  Yet, the technology that Google is developing that will likely be the ... Read More »

Help For Your Penny Stock Investments


What Else Should I Know About Penny Stocks? Last year we put out an article answering the question What Are Penny Stocks? It was a short guide to help those who are just starting out in the venture into the penny stock trade. In the article, one of the things we point out is the defining attributes of penny stocks, ... Read More »

The Most Efficient Solar Stocks


Key Differences in Solar Energy Stocks If you are looking for a Solar Company stock to invest in, there are quite a few options, in a great variety of sizes.  SolarWorld (SWV) ($96M Market Cap) is America’s largest solar panel manufacturer. NetEra Energy (NEE) ($34B Market Cap) has been named No. 1 seven consecutive times on Fortune Magazine’s ‘Most Admired ... Read More »

Government Shutdown Stuns Small Businesses


How the Government’s Shutdown Will Affect Your Wallet The effects of the government shutdown that began just two days ago have been, at the least, frustrating.  Even if you have managed to dodge the brunt of the damage yourself, you likely know someone who works for the government and will go without work or pay until the situation in Washington ... Read More »

Private Business Owners Troubled By Government Shutdown


As a Result of the Government Shutdown, Private Business Owners Have Not Been Able to Hire New Employees. This is the first government shutdown since 1996. However, there have been a total of 17 government shutdowns before this one in the past 36 years. That’s far too many for the United States to have. This Tuesday, October 1st, the U.S. ... Read More »

Does Apple’s iOS 7 Have Staying Power?


Apple’s new operating system shows some dedication to customers, but is it enough? With the release of Apple’s newest smart phones, the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c, the company released its new operating system, the iOS 7.  Apple’s newest phones have been selling so quickly that even in countries where the phone isn’t technically available people have still been ... Read More »

Which Next-Gen Tablet is Right for You?

The Next Wave of Tablets to be Released in October Amazon and Microsoft have both recently announced their next generation tablet devices including a slew of big time changes to go with them. The Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 Earlier in the week Microsoft announced the Surface 2 and the Surface Pro 2.  Both models will be released on ... Read More »

The New iPhones and Grey Market Smugglers

Smuggled iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c Sell High   Apple Inc sold 9 million new iPhones after only three days.  The iPhone 5s, and the less pricey iPhone 5c, launched in the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, and the UK. In previous years, China was not part of the launch campaign however the obvious ... Read More »

Gold Prices Surge: Why You Should Care

Price of Gold Rises After Fed Announcement For many, whenever a change in gold price occurs a person will do a quick mental inventory of their assets; watches, jewelry, misce llaneous coins if they have any, etc.  Rarely after that is there an immediate rush to buy or sell gold, but generally that is all the thought that is given ... Read More »