Monthly Archives: October 2014

Gary Kapanowski: Oil Supremacy – Saudi Arabia and North Dakota

In the Oil news, as the price drops to under $3 a gallon of gas, the production from Saudi Arabia is said to remain the same to keep market share of the demand. This has been predicted by many analysts since the belief in the market is that the Saudi Arabian producers can win any […]

Gary Kapanowski: Wall Street Metric signals Market Declining Alarm – Should We Listen?

This week the S&P 500 reached a trade metric used by many traders to sell: crossing the 200-day moving average when above the previous day. The last time this occurred was 683 days ago, November 20, 2012. Along with the decline was the previous month’s all-time high for the S&P, most analyst were predicting a […]

Gary Kapanowski: The Apple Stock Play

Everyone likes a good stock tip. Sometimes they seem more farfetched that reality, until you review Tom Bemis from analysis of Apple stock around their earnings announcement. His analysis proves that since 2009, Apple stock averages a gain of 5.06% following its April results and 1.57% following its July results. If you thought that […]

Gary Kapanowski: Apple’s stock rise (again) due to several factors

Apple seems to be the technological giant that just won’t leave. As the company releasing another set of new products and more on the way in 2014, is it any wonder how analyst doubted this company’s success with its execution from Research and development to customer. Of all the things that can be said about […]

Gary Kapanowski: How to Become the Wealtiest Man in China like Jack Ma? IT & Alibaba of Course

There is a shift in the economic wind from Real Estate into Technology in China, and that is a good thing.   This reflects the overall world economic trends and balance, eliminating the suggestion that China was experiencing an economic bubble.   Currently in China, 5 of the top 10 wealthiest individuals/groups are in Technology and only […]

Gary Kapanowski – Is Ailbaba worth $125 per share?

From the initial public offering (IPO) of $68 per share, Alibaba (BABA) shares have increased to over $100. Since that quick rise, the stock has receded to $85. Should this be part of your core investment holdings in 12 months? Is this the next Google for China? There are many reasons to say yes to […]

Gary Kapanowski – Macomb County – Michigan Investment produces several top 10 lists throughout the year. This one really caught my eye in regards to the Macomb County “Arsenal of Democracy” theme in Michigan. This area is fully entrenched with the Big 3 Auto companies from the beginning of the industrial age and even increased after World War II. For our analysis, […]

Gary Kapanowski – Lamborghini Aventador

In the spirit of MC Hammer “You can’t touch this” comes something from my wheel-house: Fast Sport Cars. Yep, in the latest offering by Michael Bay’s Transformer series, “Transformers: Age of Extinction”, the star actors cannot touch the sport cars unless they are using them in a scene (See article below). Hey, both Autobots and […]

Gary Kapanowski: Technology gap over time

It is amazing to read how progress takes time, or days, to show its value. In this article by Dylan Love, Kepler’s prediction of the most efficient way of stacking spheres was in a pyramid formation was left unproven for over 400 years. Well that changed as Thomas Hales’ “The Flyspeck Project” and the help […]

Gary Kapanowski: Millionaire Cities

The top 5 cities, based on percentage of total population, that millionaire’s call home are not surprising. The biggest surprise was the lack of representation from Asia. With Singapore #8 and Hong Kong at #11, I would expect this top 5 to change by 2020. Being an international traveller, it’s nice to see 9 cities […]