GreenTech: Aboard The Sun Train
As lifelong fans of the locomotive, we’ve watched these last few weeks as trains have been shoved into the national limelight… looking on, often in
IPO Corner: Virtual Staffing
Picture it… you’re cruising down the interstate, family chattering at you from the back seat, the ever-changing American landscape whizzing by. Then, suddenly, you hear
Trading Desk: Not Every Bank Failure Necessarily Means Disaster
Last week I warned that it already felt like a recession in Silicon Valley, where Patagonia fleece vests are practically the corporate uniform for founders and venture capitalists alike. Now the chill in the California air is clear to everyone. The questions now revolve around
Trading Desk: So Much For Fed Dread
Want my latest thoughts on Powell? They’re right HERE in this interview with the TD Ameritrade Network. Picture the scenario: a major player in the U.S. financial landscape suddenly evaporates and the Fed decides it’s better to put projected interest rate hikes on hold and
GreenTech: Recycled Construction
Where can we find opportunity? That’s the question we’re always asking ourselves, in our quest to bring you information from the green space that is meaningful, and not just fluff. What’s drawn our attention recently… is a doozy, because it has the potential to remake
IPO Corner: High-Tech Cops
Last month, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, officers with the Tulsa Police Department suited up with exciting new virtual reality training technologies designed to make training officers easier, faster, and safer. The department is one of many across the country leaning into virtual reality training platforms. These
Trading Desk: Thinking Past The “Patagonia Recession”
The threat of a “recession” on the horizon paralyzes a lot of people whose only memory of a significant economic downturn revolves around the 2008 crash a full decade and a half ago. In the 18 months after Lehman Brothers imploded, 7.5 million people lost
Trading Desk: How Long Before The Fed Flinches?
A lot of investors intuitively realize that rising interest rates themselves aren’t necessarily a problem as long as they shock the economy out of its inflationary spiral fast enough to turn the Fed around. The pain comes if rates stay high for an extended period.