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This New Instrument Could Make Waves in the World of 3D Printing

There is an unwritten rule in biotech innovation that states epic engineering requires epic tools. Truly disruptive technology that changes the way we live our lives is often fast-tracked by


The Markets Are Scary, But There’s Hope

Earlier this week, Harry Dent sent me the nicest email ever. The opening line read: Adam, I continue to be impressed both by your unique insights and your returns in


There’s Just Not That Much Reason to Be Positive About Earnings

Earnings season is in full swing. Companies have as much pressure as ever to churn out positive reports even if that’s not what’s reflective in the underlying business. And even


This “Kickstarter Signal” Tipped Us Off to the Next Few Months

On Friday, January 22, eights stocks closed up for every one that closed lower. Historically, that means we could see a strong rally over the next few months.


Gargantuan! The Next Generational Bust Is Coming

Oil can’t seem to get a break. After falling just below $27 last week, oil finally rallied back to $32 before falling back to just under $31 on Tuesday. An

Central Banks

Is the Fed Confused?

Tomorrow the Fed will decide whether or not to hike rates again. Remember, the Fed gave us a nice holiday gift when they last met in December. After months and


Amazon Is Taking Over the Globe, and Retailers Should Panic!

By most accounts, holiday retail sales were a letdown. While retail sales climbed 3.3% over November and December, stores reported a 6.4% drop in foot traffic. So even though people


Investing: How to Find Where the Bodies Are Buried

One of our analysts, John Del Vecchio, has been at this game for a while now. Long before he became Dent Research’s resident forensic accountant, he was a successful short


Short Seller: “We Did the Unthinkable…”

Anyone that lived through the 2002 and 2008 bear markets can tell you: nothing quite rattles you like seeing these positions you’ve built up for months, or even years, get


These Stocks May Be The Weak Link In Your Portfolio

If there’s one thing that you need to remember it’s this: weak stocks almost always get weaker. Because of this, it’s important not to fall for discount pricing gimmicks that could only lose you money in the long run.