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Tom Kool

Tom Kool

Writer, conil.me

Contributor since: 21 Mar 2018

Biography

Tom majored in International Business at Amsterdam’s Higher School of Economics, he is now working as news editor for Oilprice.com and conil.me

  • Millennials Love Luxury, They Just Don’t Want To Pay For It

    Published 07 October 2018 | viewed 3,179 times

    Millennials are all about mobility—and this is the generation that’s reshaping our ability to get from point A to point B in style, even if…

  • Does Apple Still Have A 20% Upside?

    Published 03 October 2018 | viewed 900 times

    If you think this year has been good for Apple, try next year, says JPMorgan, which predicts the company will get 20-percent more valuable by…

  • Tesla Stock Is Plunging. What Next?

    Published 29 September 2018 | viewed 796 times

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk made “false and misleading statements” in August tweets about taking the company private for $420 per share—and now the company’s worst…

  • This Cannabis Giant Just Became Profitable

    Published 26 September 2018 | viewed 5,359 times

    While pot stocks are living the high life, soaring as major beverage companies look to get into the game as Canada prepares to officially legalize…

  • Wall Street Has No Idea What Stocks Will Do At Midterms

    Published 24 September 2018 | viewed 805 times

    Speculators love to find patterns in the stars, and the latest mantra—at least for the stock market bulls—is that history claims to tells us that…

  • Wall Street Salaries Soar After Another Solid Year

    Published 21 September 2018 | viewed 1,435 times

    Wall Street profits are up 11 percent more than last year, with pre-tax profits totaling $13.7 billion in the first half of 2018, while salaries…

  • Morgan Stanley Turns Bullish On Gold

    Published 19 September 2018 | viewed 3,712 times

    Calls by big analysts to buy gold are pretty rare these days, so when the sixth largest bank in the U.S. comes out with a…

  • Saudi Wealth Fund Pumps $1B Into Tesla Rival

    Published 18 September 2018 | viewed 1,030 times

    First Tesla. Now Lucid. Saudi Arabia’s Pension Investment Fund (PIF)—the Kingdom’s sovereign wealth fund—is gunning for electric vehicle glory, but it’s dipping its fingers in…

  • Trump Urges Apple To Build Products In The U.S.

    Published 12 September 2018 | viewed 819 times

    Trump has once again called on Apple to bring its manufacturing home to the United States, prompting a dive in Asian suppliers’ shares on Monday…

  • Amazon Falls After A Brief Stint In The $1 Trillion Club

    Published 05 September 2018 | viewed 1,129 times

    Stocks in e-commerce giant Amazon hit $2,050.27 Tuesday, catapulting it in to the Trillion-Dollar Club, along with Apple, the first ever U.S. company to hit…

  • When Will The ETF House Of Cards Collapse?

    Published 24 August 2018 | viewed 4,839 times

    It might not be impeachment, or trade wars, or even a tech bubble that leads to the next market crash … one trader told CNBC…

  • Is The iPhone X Too Successful?

    Published 21 August 2018 | viewed 3,992 times

    Fewer iPhone users are expected to upgrade to new phones next year because they like the iPhone X so much, but it’s a situation that’s…

  • Consumers Show ‘Extraordinary’ Shift In Sentiment

    Published 20 August 2018 | viewed 961 times

    The economy may be experiencing growth, but consumer sentiment isn’t feeling optimistic, largely because wages aren’t budging despite rising inflation. In fact, the situation is…

  • Switzerland Bans New Audi, Mercedes, Porsche Imports

    Published 17 August 2018 | viewed 2,237 times

    Switzerland’s Federal Roads Office (FEDRO) has banned the import of some new Mercedes-Benz, Audi and Porsche vehicles because their diesel engines skirted emissions regulations. This ban includes the…

  • Steve Bannon Looks To Take On Europe

    Published 06 August 2018 | viewed 1,150 times

    Steve Bannon, often called the architect of Donald Trump's presidential victory even if friends so easily become foes in this manic political set-up, is now…

  • Wall Street Predicting Major Selloff

    Published 31 July 2018 | viewed 1,488 times

    Multiple big names are predicting that we’re only at the beginning of a market sell-off, and when the real correction comes, it’s going to be…

  • Trade War With EU Temporarily Averted

    Published 26 July 2018 | viewed 1,277 times

    Whether a trade war between the U.S. and the EU has just been averted or not is anyone’s guess, and the current atmosphere of renewed…

  • Investors Still Like Qatar Airways Despite Blockade

    Published 23 July 2018 | viewed 1,184 times

    Ever since Saudi Arabia first floated the idea of essentially building a moat/nuclear waste dump around Qatar, turning it into a toxic island, it’s been…

  • 10 Countries Feeling The Heat As The Trade War Escalates

    Published 11 July 2018 | viewed 2,334 times

    For many months, the world’s largest economies, the U.S. and China, have been at each other’s throats with accusations and counter-accusations of unfair trade policies…

  • The $2 Trillion Trade War Fallout

    Published 05 July 2018 | viewed 3,211 times

    Fitch Ratings warned on Tuesday that increased trade tensions have raised the risk that new measures may be taken that would have a much greater…