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Is Your Vehicle on the "Most Hackable" List?

My first car was a bone-stock 1929 Ford Model A coupe that has been in the family since it was new.

My late grandfather – a machinist on the Lehigh Valley Railroad – drove the car as his everyday vehicle until the late 1940s. My Dad restored the car in his mid-teens and drove it through his high-school years.

And I did the same…

  • Four Ways to Play the "Cure" for the Flu DUCK;MEAT;HOLIDASY;LUNCH There's a new generation of flu vaccines that are "programmed" to fight designated diseases. This is a "disruptive technology" that will turn the $30 billion vaccine market inside out. Four ways to play it here. Read More...
  • Get in the Ground Floor of This $1 Trillion Industry

    How many times have you studied the stock charts of Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG), Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) or Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) - and wished you could travel back in time to become an early stage investor in just those sorts of king-making companies?

    We can't, of course, but I can offer the next best thing: I can tell you about the brand-new industry where the next stock like this will likely come from.

    I'm talking about 3D printing.

    Folks who've been following my work know that I've been predicting this sector's emergence for some time. Back in March, I told readers of our sister newsletter Money Morning that 3D printing was a $1 trillion industry in the making. In October, in a note to all of you, I followed up with a roundup report on the newest breakthroughs.

    In every piece I've written, my key message was always the same: 3D printing will give tech investors the next real shot at windfall profits.

    It's already playing out just as I predicted. But even I was surprised at how much money investors made off this segment last year.

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  • The Top Four Tech Stories That Keep Me Up Late At Night

    Like the financial markets, the world of technology is moving faster than ever. As I look back over the top tech news stories I covered in 2012, there are four that are so huge they actually keep me up at night. The impact of these breakthroughs could be huge – and so could their payoff...

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  • These Five High-Tech IPOs Are On Fire

    Who says high-tech stocks have hit the skids?

    In a move that bodes well for 2013 stock market, high-tech IPOs have been absolutely on fire in the closing weeks of 2012.

    In fact, judging by their gains, high-tech IPOs have soundly beaten the rest of the market’s new issues over the last three months. At least five soared by more than 40%.

    Even the IPOs that many market watchers thought would fizzle have jumped out of the box.

    The most recent is SolarCity Corp. (Nasdaq: SCTY) which debuted last week.

    Instead of landing with a thud, shares of the solar panel installer soared nearly 50% on its first day of trading from a reduced offering price of $8 a share.

    That left SolarCity tied for third place among IPO performers in the quarter that ends Dec. 31. Even as of late yesterday, SolarCity shares were still up by 55%.

    But SolarCity is just the latest big winner. Here is a look at the other four winning high-tech IPOs based on their closing prices as of last week.

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