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

  • The only number that counts when it comes to retirement

    There is around a 49% chance the stockmarket will drop in price tomorrow. But over the next ten years, there’s more than a 99% chance it will be up in price, at least according to Barron’s. That’s pretty good odds….

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  • Humanity’s greatest achievement

    What has been humanity’s greatest achievement? Survival. When you boil it all down, survival is, and will continue to be, the most important thing ever achieved by humanity. All our other big achievements have merely been in pursuit of survival….

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  • Just how gullible are we?

    “Propaganda is making puppets of us. We are moved by hidden strings which the propagandist manipulates.” – Everett Dean Martin 1929 That quote comes from a debate between social psychologist Everett Dean Martin and the father or modern propaganda, Edward…

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  • The internet space race is hotting up

    The internet space race already had three heavy-hitting contenders: SpaceX, OneWeb and Facebook. Now Amazon has entered the game. The space internet these companies are promising is very different to the inherent satellite we have today. Current satellite internet is…

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  • Your letters

    You might have noticed over the last couple of weeks I’ve been asking you to write in more than usual. I’ve been interested to get your take on renewable energy, driverless cars and the future of the oil nations. Your…

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  • Why aren’t UK cities swarming with scooter taxis?

    Crossing a road in other parts of the world is not like crossing a road in the UK. In the UK, you’d only step out into moving traffic if you had a death wish. In most of Asia, it’s the…

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  • Who would win in a fight?

    Which sector wields more power, big banks or big tech? Big banks control the money. And money is power. But big tech controls information. And knowledge is power. In the past controlling money was the surest route to power. I’m…

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  • Why our business is flawed

    Very soon a special announcement will be made. You’ll get an email with a subject line something like this: “Claim your all-access pass, worth £500” or “I’ve credited you membership account with £500”. A big fuss will be made. And rightly…

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  • Killed by a rose

    The first patient to be treated with penicillin was an English policeman called Albert Alexander. The year was 1940. While pruning roses in the garden of his pretty Oxfordshire cottage Albert scratched his face on a thorn. A minor injury…

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  • Analysis – The bank of Google

    Today, I’ve got a new video for you from Eoin Treacy. If you don’t know Eoin, he’s an investor and trader with nearly twenty years’ experience. The fund he manages was voted the #1 wealth protection fund in the US….

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