5G is the fifth generation of mobile networks, succeeding 4G (LTE), 3G (UMTS), 2G (GSM) and their precursor 1G. In the 1990s, 2G enabled wireless phone technology to expand from voice only to supporting text messaging. 3G carried data, which gave birth to the modern smartphone, while 4G greatly enhanced those capabilities with much faster...read more
Let’s say you have a brother.
Your brother is heading off to college, so he’ll only be working part-time over the next few years. He has no savings because he spent his summer income faster than he made it (but what a summer!). He also has no scholarships, not having invested as much time and effort in his education as he should have....read more
Saying the insurance industry is large is an understatement. Insurance is a trillion-dollar global industry. In the U.S. alone, the insurance industry represents 7.3% of total GDP . The industry has historically been personnel-heavy, process-laden and slow to focus on improving the customer experience. According to the CEO of Aviva, one of...read more
It is remarkable how much daily news (noise) is available that attempts to explain market activity. With utmost confidence, the daily headlines have a knack for succinctly explaining why a market/stock/commodity has moved, and will also provide either a positive or negative outlook. The price of copper provides a good example of this phenomenon...read more
The ancient Silk Road refers to the network of trade routes that connected China with Europe, Africa, and the West. From 114 BC to 1450 AD, the land and maritime pathways revolutionized commerce along the 7,000 miles between rising civilizations. The resulting cultural impact was equally profound, precipitating a connection between trading...read more