Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Recession Is Over!! Are You Kidding Me?

The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) announced yesterday that the recession is over, and officially ended in June 2009.  The NBER gets to make the official “call” on when a recession starts and finishes.  Unfortunately, that call is based … Continue reading

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It’s the Software, Stupid. Be Different, Not Better

We’ve been following the wireless data, handset, and carrier market for many years.  Research In Motion reported quarterly results last Thursday evening, and announced that they have shipped 12.1 million Blackberry devices into their channel, but added 4.5 million new … Continue reading

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Super Angel Investments Are About Data Collection and Learning

If you want to call yourself a Super Angel, then the entry fee will be $20K per investment, and you will need to do at least one investment per month – or one per week, if you can handle it. … Continue reading

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Schlocky Crap Peddled As Investment Research. Ten Points of Suspicion

As a former Wall St. analyst, it’s easy to spot really bad research reports marketed as “investment research”.  The problem is that it’s not as easy for the non-investment layman to recognize bad investment research.  As an entrepreneur, you know … Continue reading

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