This Fourth of July, America’s 246th birthday happens to coincide with the heart of a social movement arguably just as powerful and transformative as that which built our nation and in turn transformed the world back in 1776. That social movement is completely unique and unlike any that came before it—it is the rise and development of Bitcoin’s legitimacy as a store of value and a financial instrument.
Many college students and adults want to start their own company as they think they have the next million dollar idea. However, only a few of those entrepreneurs actually succeed while many others go bankrupt. In this article, I will discuss what I believe to be the most important characteristics of a successful startup.
Travelers can now take advantage of unique vacation opportunities — for free. Senior Investing Columnist Sean Toobi breaks down the home exchanges domain and its growing popularity despite the recent struggles in the broader travel and tourism industry.
Israel, a small nation of less than 10 million people tucked in the western corner of the Middle East, has both the most venture capital per capita and the most startups per capita out of any other country in the world, thus being dubbed “the Startup Nation.” Their culture of ingenuity, adeptness at recognizing and developing talent, and emphasis on tech can all be attributed to their success in startups. However, these traits did not emerge in a vacuum.