SPACs

WTF is Happening to Spire Stock – SPIR?

There’s no such thing as a free lunch. That’s the title of a book by economist Milton Friedman that business school professors expect you to read as part of your bee school experience. It’s a dreadfully boring book that you can skip by simply pondering what it says on the tin. The saying “there ain’t […]

Memic Innovative Stock: Robotic Surgery for Gynecology

Last month, we profiled an interesting surgical robotics company for urology called PROCEPT BioRobotics (PRCT) shortly before it went public a couple of weeks ago. PROCEPT has developed the first and only image-guided, heat-free robotic platform for treating a type of prostate condition that affects the urinary tract. The company has been generating meaningful revenues […]

Satellogic Stock: Turning Earth into Google Maps

While special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) in their current form have been around since the 1990s, these shell corporations that acquire and merge with private companies have surged in popularity in the last couple of years. There have been more than 600 SPAC filings and about $170 billion raised since last year, according to the […]

Energy Vault Stock: Gravity Storage Using Giant Bricks

You can tell when people have too much money because they’re willing to invest in businesses that plan to lose money for a long, long time, especially when it comes to the green economy. For example, we just read about a company called Climeworks that recently opened a new carbon capture facility in Iceland. The […]

Leafly Stock: Will it Become the Amazon of Weed?

Once upon a time, cannabis was part of the counterculture and not a target of venture capitalists. Cheech and Chong, the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, and High Times represented the extent of its media reach through the 1960s and into the 1980s. Today, Cheech is one of a number of ganjapreneurs, while the Freak Brothers […]

4 Self-Driving Semi-Truck Stocks for Investors

Less than four months ago, we did a deep dive into the first pure play in self-driving semi-truck stocks with a profile on TuSimple (TSP). We found the business to be intriguing but opted to sit on the sidelines for now until the company puts more miles on the road and money into its bank […]

Why Are Popular SPACs Falling Down?

We often research what today’s investor is looking for and then get in front of it with an article. This usually starts with software tools that tell us what people are searching for. You can do this yourself by simply opening up Google and typing a phrase. In the below example, we’re asking Google to […]

Sema4 Stock – AI-Powered Precision Medicine

If you like buying special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) at $10 a share, you’ll love buying them at $6.67 a share. A Sober Look at SPACs was a study last year by Stanford and NYU that revealed “by the time the median SPAC merges with a target, it holds just $6.67 in cash for each […]

Bright Machines Stock for Software-Defined Manufacturing

Traditional industrial robots do one job really well but with little or no flexibility to do anything else – sort of like game show hosts. The name of the game today is automation, and the combination of technologies like artificial intelligence, cloud computing, big data, sensors, and the Internet of Things, among others, is accelerating […]

Analyzing Six Disruptive Technology SPACs

You’d be hard-pressed to find a Wall Street analyst incapable of telling you what stocks to invest in. Much rarer is the analyst that tells you what not to invest in. This is especially true in the world of tech stocks, where everything is focused on telling great stories. Today’s youthful investors seem more interested […]