Technology

The technology sector has provided investors with some of the largest ever market returns. In the last 30 years companies like Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and Intel have transformed our world and the finances of investors. Going back further, investors in the motor car, or even the steam locomotive, generated gargantuan fortunes. Why? Because technology disrupts. It revolutionises. It constantly drives forward, remaking the world. And with that change comes the largest of opportunities to make money.

Imagine a form of smoking that supplements your diet and helps prevent you from getting ill. If it was proven, and government-approved, would you want it?
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Sam Volkering explains how and why he seeks out revolutionary tech stocks and Andrew Lockley interviews a prominent member of the alt-right.
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These are the industries to watch if you’re investing in tech in 2017, and the individual opportunities just on the horizon, according to our expert.
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Let me share one of our key forecasts for 2017. It’s all about oil and a major change in the markets that new technology is going to bring about…
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Latest Technology articles

  • Who will win the next space race?

    I heard an interesting story once about the space race. In the 1960s both Russia and the US realised that ordinary pens would not work in space. As their astronauts needed the ability to write, this was a big problem….

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  • Your money is no good here

    Something very powerful happens when you become financially independent. Not financially independent as in, my job will give me enough money to retire happy. Financially independent as in, if I quit work today I’d still have enough money to retire…

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  • We are your government now

    When I was a kid, the word for stealing was tax. The bad kids at school would walk around stealing things from the weaker kids and shout “taxed!” as they did it. The idea of tax was something someone more…

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  • False flags and drone assassinations

    Over the weekend there was an assassination attempt on the Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro. But this wasn’t your usual assassination attempt. Instead of guns or poison, the would-be assassins used drones. They strapped two drones with C-4 plastic explosives and…

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  • When good is bad

    During the dot-com crash, Microsoft lost $80 billion in a single day. Five months later, in September 2000, Intel went one better. It lost $90.7 billion in a single day. Until now, those were the two biggest single-day losses in…

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  • Utter rubbish

    “I don’t believe in recycling.” “What do you mean, you don’t believe in recycling? It’s not something you can just ‘not believe in’.” “I don’t believe in it like I don’t believe in unicorns. Have you ever seen your rubbish…

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  • The lights are not flickering

    Did you ever have one of your most strongly held memories proved wrong? For instance, maybe you thought your bedroom door as a kid was painted red, but when you see photos you realise it was actually green. Taken at…

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  • Life may be the price of Victory

    Before we get started, my colleague Chris, who sits just behind me in the office, wanted me to make sure you haven’t missed this message he’s been sending to subscribers. As he says, it “could make a significant change to…

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  • Can you keep a secret?

    Seals have been used for centuries to prove something is authentic. If you wanted to send a secure message in the Middle Ages, you’d seal it with wax. When the recipient got it, if the seal was broken, they’d know…

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  • What’s happening with electric cars?

    Right now, politics is all about Brexit, and only Brexit. So that means lots of other important news is slipping through the cracks. Case in point, the “Road to Zero”. This was the plan set out by the government last…

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