Archive: Early Investing
The Wisdom and Pain of the Long-Term Investor
By Andy Gordon on November 28, 2018
Both crypto and dot-com companies have had their share of down spells. But have investors reached full capitulation yet?
Industries Must Heed the Fourth Industrial Revolution
By Allison Brickell on November 26, 2018
In a recent report, the World Economic Forum found that the Fourth Industrial Revolution is here - and businesses must adapt.
Mailbag: Marijuana Business, Crypto Market Rebound
By Early Investing on November 25, 2018
In this week’s Mailbag, the Early Investing Team digs into the marijuana business and a potential crypto market rebound.
On the Eve of Thanksgiving, Some Food for Thought
By Andy Gordon on November 21, 2018
It’s the day before Thanksgiving, a time for giving thanks and sharing. So here’s some food for thought.
American Companies Are Getting Old
By Allison Brickell on November 19, 2018
The typical American company is getting a lot older. And investment strategies may have something to do with it.
Mailbag: Decriminalizing Marijuana, Bitcoin Halving
By Early Investing on November 18, 2018
In this week’s Mailbag, the Early Investing Team answers questions about marijuana decriminalization and bitcoin halving.
Digging Into the Marijuana Business in Vegas
By Vin Narayanan on November 17, 2018
Half of the Early Investing Team traveled to MJBizCon this week... and it’s one of the most exciting conferences they’ve ever been to.
Look for Startups That Check These Three Boxes
By Andy Gordon on November 14, 2018
I’m always on the lookout for a company that meets three key criteria. So I was excited to discover two companies that checked all the boxes.
Distrusting Candidates (but Not Crypto)
By Allison Brickell on November 12, 2018
A week after the midterm elections, we’re seeing how crypto is playing an increasingly large role in political campaigns.
Mailbag: Open-Source vs. Private Blockchains, SEC Delays
By Early Investing on November 11, 2018
In this week’s mailbag, the Early Investing team addresses private blockchains potentially moving ahead of open-source projects and the SEC missing a deadline.
News Fix: Not All Political Victories Are Created Equal
By Vin Narayanan on November 10, 2018
It’s been a good week for the legal marijuana industry. But before we get too excited, we need to remember that not all political victories (or defeats) are created equal.
The “Why” of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency
By Adam Sharp on November 9, 2018
Adam explains the “why” of bitcoin and how cryptocurrency is driven forward by the idea that the world needs an alternative to fiat.
Why the Crypto Community Gets It
By Andy Gordon on November 7, 2018
Is the crypto cup half full or half empty? One thing is for sure: Change is coming. How fast is in the eyes of the beholder.
Q&A: Make Sure You Avoid These Investment Mistakes
By Early Investing on November 4, 2018
Some investing mistakes are worse than others. Adam Sharp talks about how to avoid making the absolute worst ones in pre-IPO startups and cryptocurrencies.
Startups Are Ready for Private Equity Crowdfunding
By Vin Narayanan on November 3, 2018
The founders of startup companies are ready to hop off the venture capital train and try private equity crowdfunding. But there’s one thing holding them back.
Nassim Taleb: Today Is Riskier Than 2007
By Adam Sharp on November 2, 2018
Nassim Taleb, who called the last financial crisis and profited from it, warns that today’s situation is more dangerous.