Jay Taylor

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Jay M. Taylor is a Freelance Writer at Wyatt Investment Research. Jay graduated from the University of Vermont with a BA in English and completed the Business Bridge program at Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business. Jay began his investment career during college and soon combined his passion for writing with his interest in investments. A Seeking Alpha contributor since 2011, Jay wrote for Investor Bistro from 2012 to 2013. He joined the Wyatt Investment Research team in January 2014. Jay focuses on topics related to current events in the financial markets, the future of technology and retirement. He lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Is a Bitcoin Collapse Imminent?

The Bitcoin market is in a frenzy, and for good reason. With market confidence waning and an uncertain future for the digital

Is Candy Crush IPO Zynga 2.0?

I must have deleted 50 invitations from my Facebook (NYSE: FB) “friends” to play the online game Candy Crush. But not eve

World’s First 3D Printed Metal Gun is a Big Deal

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Why You Should Invest Like Richard Kinder

Kinder Morgan (NYSE: KMI) CEO Richard Kinder bought $27 million of his company’s stock on Dec. 18 when shares traded at $3

What is Bitcoin?

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Should You Invest in Bitcoin?

When an investment grows by 7,900% in less than one year, what do you do? That’s exactly what happened with Bitcoin in 2

Is the Obama myRA a Bad Idea?

President Obama announced a major change to the way some Americans plan for retirement when he introduced the myRA retirement

Is a Tobacco Ban Bad for CVS?

Drugstore chain CVS Caremark (NYSE: CVS) announced earlier this week that it would cease sales of tobacco products in all of

Twitter Shares Plunge After Earnings

Yesterday was a rough day to be a shareholder of Twitter (NYSE: TWTR). Despite surpassing analyst expectations for revenue gr

Top Residential REIT Boosts Dividend by 8.4%

Just last week, one of the premier residential REITs raised its dividend.  And income investors who buy the stock before Mar