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Growing Money Supply
The Global Wind Power Ecosystem
Non-Fungible Tokens: Is a Bubble in the NFT Market Forming?
Non-Fungible Tokens are in the most basic form a unique digital asset. This compares to digital assets like Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, which are fungible.
Nuclear Plants to Become More Valuable in Green World
Gabelli Funds believes the value of nuclear plants could be revived over the new few years given the emphasis on green energy and achieving aggressive renewable and net zero carbon goals.
Dissecting 2020 FCC Communications Market Place Report
Growth in EVs and the charging infrastructure will require considerable coordination among major stakeholders, including the automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), utilities, charging station manufacturers, municipalities and governments.
Green Energy Wave
A vertical farm replicates the traditional growing conditions of a farm – light, air, water, nutrients, and support/growing media – but does so with artificial substitutes in order to deliver higher yields and faster crop production.
Quantifying the SaaS Bull Case
2020 Political Advertising Outlook
Demystifying SaaS Unit Economics
Investors are increasingly using LTV/CAC and other metrics (sales efficiency, payback period, R&D efficiency) to justify the sky-high multiples seen across SaaS.
US Sports Betting Market Outlook
Riding Out the Pandemic: Can Theme Parks Still Bring the Magic?
The Nation State Companies
Free Apple Picking
Utilities – U.S. Mid-Year Outlook 2020
Through the first half of 2020, the S&P 500 Utilities Index (SPU) returned a negative -11.4% (including dividends) compared to a -3.1% return from the S&P 500.