From: April 2006

SleepBook.com

The sleep industry is BIG money! So why the hell hasn’t FaceBook.com started SleepBook.com? Stay with me here: The last time I slept well was in college. I slept on average 12 hours a day. If FaceBook is worth $2 billion for their University customers awake half the time, why not keep them online and …

Global Markets en Fuego!

Global Markets have been on fire, despite the negative headlines . Why? Who cares if you are a trend follower . The web is a great place to build a brand with little cost – Pete Cashmore explains Lot’s of Cash being put to work. Mr. Allen makes a case that IPO’s should swing back …

Beijing – CHA-ching?

The haves and have nots are the focus of Maoxian’s recent post. I note the 40 percent occupancy vs investor ratio and that rampant speculation is rampant speculation – IN ANY MARKET. Even our great bull markets in the 20th century were interrupted by stock market crashes and a depression.

Google is great…cont'd.

I forget how I found BuyGoogle.com, but each time I read it I like it better and better. I am by no means a technology expert, nor a market expert – just someone trying to interpret the tea leaves and find some trends and opportunities. When I find a blog that is worthy of reading …

CNBC – Welcome to our casino Mr. Akabano!

I forget the movie but the line and name have stuck with me through the years – “…no, thank-you Mr. Akabano.” Trader Mike – a web 2.0 blog for trader’s has latched on to the joke that is CNBC. Today Mike writes: “I love the ridiculousness of CNBC’s ‘portfolio’ challenge. They just interviewed the guy …

Apple…"It smells like Victory!"

I just took a walk over from my office to the Apple Store. No gloating, just business as usual. Humming along. Something in the air. Like Robert Duval says in “Apocalypse Now” – “It smells like victory!” By the way – Microsoft stock down 12 percent on the day and Apple stock up 2 percent …