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Can Search Engines & Social Media Predict Startups on the Rise?

5 Mar

Search Engine Rankings could have even helped the Wolf of Wall Street in identifying companies on the rise, while he was on quaaludes. There are many financial investment tools that allow do it your self financial investors to set a budget and forget it. These financial tools use genetic algorithms based on trading rules to determine which stocks to automatically invest in for their clients. There are also do it your self investors that utilize Google’s Search Engine to discover articles, customer reviews, videos, and social media info about the companies they are interested in investing in. Some popular financial investment tools are Google Finance, Yahoo Finance, Investopedia, Morningstar, Finviz to name a few. There are tons of web based financial tools that investors utilize to influence or make their financial investing decisions, some investors such as one of the most successful investors, Warren Buffet, still reads newspapers to determine financial investments.

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Google Buzz Fails. Google gets Power.

20 Feb

Every company has its ups and downs, usually its an annual happening. Google is no ordinary company. In about the same week, they had their new social media application, Buzz, land flat on its face, then were approved to buy and sell energy. What this means for Google’s competitors is left to be seen. It’s a bold move that few companies have made.

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Nexus One: The New Google Cell Phone?

12 Dec

The New Google Cell Phone - Nexus OneAfter all, Google is coming out with their own cell phone designed by HTC. It was reported several years ago that Android was going to be Google’s free cell phone to the masses. There would have been no monthly charges, no data fees as the free service would be supported targeted ads served up to users. The G1 was suppose to be that cell phone, but Google quickly refuted those claims saying that they weren’t making a cell phone, but they were making an open source Linux software that would be available for all cell phone makers.

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