Feeling good about being one of the first devotees to purchase Apple's latest gadget? Well here's a real reality check: If you had spent lets say the price of a $5700 PowerBook G3 250 on Apple stock instead, you'd have $330,563 today, cash-in-hand.
That's what UC Berkeley computer science major Kyle Conroy put together in this thorough spreadsheet of the amount of money consumers would have gained if they had purchased Apple's stocks in lieu of its products.
It’s perhaps one of the strangest findings in the whole of modern science - that going to church can actually improve your health. For the all the disbelievers out there, it might sound rather far-fetched. But the evidence is in, and it seems to suggest what some church-goers have known all along: that their Sunday morning habit is one of the best things that they can do for their health. Read more
It is human nature to want to know how well you are performing compared to other people. Not only that, you may be wondering if you should continue the path of trading and how your success rate stacks up against others. Here are 10 key questions to ask yourself regarding your trading progress and success. Read more