Angel Insider: Why Investors Can’t Miss CES
By Early Investing on December 6, 2022
CES (the Consumer Electronics Show) is the biggest tech event in the world. More than 2,000 exhibitors and more than 150 countries, territories and regions will be represented at it in 2023. It will cover every aspect of the tech sector: 3D printing, artificial intelligence, blockchain, fintech, wearables, gaming, robotics and far more. Big names like Amazon, Google and Microsoft will be there as well as plucky young startups. In short, it’s the…
Crypto Bear Market Continues Despite Relief Rally
By Vin Narayanan on July 22, 2022
Crypto Market Musings Relief rallies happen when a lack of bad news — or news that wasn’t quite as bad as investors expected — causes the markets to go up. And they typically take place during bear markets. We usually don’t…
Startup Insider: Ukraine’s Mighty Startup Scene
By Early Investing on March 7, 2022
When news broke that Russia invaded Ukraine in late February, people around the world responded with shock. Now headlines about the ongoing war describe civilians fleeing their homes, protesters resisting Russian forces and government officials discussing their next moves. But the mainstream headlines may not tell…
Startup Insider: (Don’t) Follow Your Passion
By Early Investing on July 8, 2021
Venture capital legend Marc Andreessen — founder of Andreessen Horowitz and one of the earliest architects of the internet — has some advice for young people. Don’t follow your passion. “Your passion is likely more dumb and useless than anything else. Your passion should be your hobby, not your work.
Invest in Technological Disruption
By Adam Sharp on October 23, 2020
These are strange times, economically and socially. The future seems as uncertain as it’s ever been. At first glance, now might not appear to be a good time to invest in startups. But I truly believe it is. The primary reason I’m still investing…
Keep An Eye On the U.S.-China Tech War
By Andy Gordon on September 23, 2020
The U.S. government doesn’t trust big Chinese tech companies. Their close ties to the Chinese government mean that they can be used as instruments of the Chinese state. Hence, Trump’s ultimatum to TikTok to transfer ownership to willing U.S. buyers. The Chinese internet colossus…
Tech Companies Flee California (Finally)
By Adam Sharp on August 21, 2020
For the last 50 years, California has been the home to a huge portion of America’s tech companies. Specifically, an oversized chunk of tech companies are headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area (SFBA). Here’s a list of just some of the major companies headquartered in…
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.
Everything Is Falling Except This Group of Companies
By Andy Gordon on November 26, 2018
The market has been getting ugly recently. Everything is falling... except for one particular group of stocks.
The New and Much Cooler 1%
By Andy Gordon on November 12, 2018
Things are only going to get worse for 99% of investors in the public markets. The good news is things are only getting better for you, the 1% who have embraced crowdfunding.