After nearly 20 years in the trenches of high finance, Robert has joined St. Paul Research to assume the role of Chief Futurist. Robert cut his teeth as an analyst for one of the most revered and prestigious medical institutions on Earth, whose endowment is valued at $4.3 billion. From there, Robert became the lead analyst for a Fortune 500 private company — a firm with revenues above $12 billion. He also worked for the companies of two billionaire owners of major professional sports franchises (NFL and MLB)…. collaborated with countless bestselling financial authors… and founded an internet business worth millions. Robert is Master’s educated in Finance, as well.
Not all earnings seasons are alike. In the age of COVID-19, social distancing and self-editing our lives to be more pandemic friendly… very few industries are immune to the devastating economic impact of the virus. Bankruptcies are soaring. Yet the technology sector has been a safe haven. And recent earnings point to some great things for the future
We’re still a week away from our monthly issue, but this is an opportunity I can’t pass up. Today’s company is one that could quickly become a major player in the smartglasses industry — So I’ve decided to reveal it here today, a week early.
What do you think of when you hear the word “rainmaker”? Some think of the 1997 movie with Matt Damon and Danny DeVito. Others think of raising enormous amounts of money for an organization or group. And one particular company fits this last criteria well…
We awoke yesterday to incredible news. One of our speculative positions announced a partnership with a big-name automotive manufacturer. They look to be at the forefront of an upcoming EV automotive launch, which means big news for the stock!
Deductive reasoning is immensely helpful when faced with questions you’ll face in investing. When applied correctly, it seldom fails to answer these questions. And there’s one trick to it that will make it easy to apply in even the most complex scenarios.
Rumors have been swirling for months. In fact, it’s easily the worst-kept secret in Silicon Valley… Google is planning a comeback! And it all revolves around one project that was a previous failure.
Despite their pivotal role in financial markets, not every boom and bust gets media attention. Take the smartphone industry, for example. It’s experiencing a phenomenon only seen a few times… A boom and a bust in the same industry overlapping each other.