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Getting Rich from Military Technology, Part II

Mar 21st, 2013 | By | Category: Featured, High Growth, Investing Strategies, Investor Education, Technology
The Russian and the Frenchman First, let’s return to Mendeleev and his missing elements. Why were there gaps in his table? Did the Russian scientist make errors in arranging the elements? Or, based on the gaps, were these apparently “missing elements” key to another aspect of chemistry? Mendeleev was perplexed, but he more

Getting Rich from Military Technology, Part I

Mar 20th, 2013 | By | Category: Featured, High Growth, Investing Strategies, Technology
When you listen to military communications, a lot of words are slang, and actually have quite distinct meanings. For example, there was this time, long ago during my Navy days, when my squadron was working up out at NAS Fallon, Nevada. (“Working up” is Navy shorthand for getting everyone qualified more

A Shortage in Our Favorite Tech Metal

Mar 6th, 2013 | By | Category: Featured, Penny stocks, Technology
Did you hear the U.S. Mint recently ran out of silver? In mid-January, the Mint suspended sale of the 2013 run of its popular U.S. "Eagles." The new silver Eagles sold out fast. They went on sale, and buyers bought everything they could lay hands on. Within days, the shelves at more

Nano Smack-Down: The Penny Sleuth v. The Gripper

Mar 1st, 2005 | By | Category: Investing Strategies, Penny stocks, Technology
*** James Boric reports from Bloomington, the basketball capitol of Indiana... Well, folks, this week we have a special issue of Penny Sleuth. Our very own Penny Sleuth, Irwin Greenstein, and resident OTC expert, Carl "the Gripper" Waynberg, have been debating whether nanotech is the next powerhouse more