Mark Cuban has never been shy with offering up his opinion, particularly in the world of investments. But when it was reported that he was making investments in an initial coin offering after calling bitcoin “a bubble,” we wanted to ask why.
Howard Lindzon is an angel investor, market maven and a serial entrepreneur. We sit down with the founder of Stocktwits, who launched investment newsletter Peloton this past August, to discuss markets, bitcoin and the millennial generation.
In 2017, ads for Airborne Wireless Network appeared in Forbes, on Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN and now in MODERN TRADER. We wanted to get a better idea of the company’s principal business strategy of developing and licensing the first fully meshed, high-speed broadband network by linking aircraft in flight. In essence, an airborne wireless network.
Scott Adams is the creator of Dilbert, a daily comic syndicated in more than 2,000 publications that takes a satirical look at work office culture. He has just dropped his latest book, “Win Bigly: Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don’t Matter,” which highlights the strategies of persuasion Donald Trump used in his upset victory in the 2016 presidential election.
As daily observers of all market sectors, MODERN TRADER often chronicles the evolution of the business of music, particularly in the context of publicly traded entertainment companies and the soon-to-be public music industry disruptors.
Mark Cuban is a businessman, investor, television personality, professional sports franchise owner and philanthropist. He is also one of the main “shark” investors on the reality television series, Shark Tank, but here he sits down and submits to our 10 questions.
MODERN TRADER surveys our readers frequently to solicit opinions on market events and, most importantly, learn how we can best fulfill our editorial objective of being the essential monthly journal for professional traders and active investors.
Recently enacted Title IV of the Jumpstart Our Small Businesses (JOBS) Act, commonly referred to as Regulation A+, allows private companies to offer securities to the general public subject to certain eligibility, disclosure and reporting requirements. YayYo Inc. is running ads on the financial cable networks, so we take a look under the hood.