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Chris Versace

Christopher (Chris) Versace is the Chief Investment Officer at Tematica Research, which utilizes a thematic investing strategy leveraging changing economics, demographics, psychographics, technology and more to determine investment candidates, while also sidestepping companies vulnerable to thematic change. Versace also co-manages TheStreet’s Trifecta Stocks as well as Stocks Under $10, co-hosts the Cocktail Investing Podcast and developed the NJCU New Jersey 50 Index at NJCU, where he is an Assistant Professor of Finance.

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Recent Articles By The Author

iPhone 11 Pricing

iPhone 11 starts at $699, which means Apple has addressed its price point issue... now for iPhone Pro...

Apple Watch 5 Arrives, Price Cut on Series 3

While Apple did unveil a new Apple Watch Series 5 with a new display, it also dropped its Apple Watch Series 3 to $199, which will open up new markets and likely push those sitting on the fence over. It's also a competitive salvo against Fitbit , Ga...

AppleTV+ Priced at $4.99 Per Month

Another ouch for Netflix as Apple has just announced AppleTV+ will be $4.99 per month.

Thoughts on Ford Motor

Some quick thoughts on Ford from my gal-pal in crime, Lenore Hawkins, who has a better pulse on the bond market than I:  Ford Motor is taking a hit today after Moody's downgraded the auto maker's credit rating to junk status citing weaker than expec...

Volkswagen May Be Able to Cut Battery Costs for Electric Vehicles

It's being reported that Volkswagen has hit a new milestone in reducing battery costs with electric vehicles as it now pays less than $100 per KWh for its batteries. Given the battery pack is the most expensive part of an electric vehicle, this has ...

Boeing Jet Deliveries Descend in August

Boeing  plane deliveries are down 72% in August. This pulls total deliveries so far this year down more than 40%, as the worldwide grounding of 737 MAX jet enters its seventh month.

Too Much 'Information'?

According to a report over at The Information, Amazon expects "annual revenue from all Amazon Go stores would balloon from a mere $28 million in 2018 to as much as $639 million in 2020." The same article puts the total number of Amazon Go stores at ...

Breaking Down the Apple Event: Wow or Meh?

We're a few hours away from Apple's next iPhone event and already the company has shuttered its online Apple Store with a "Be right back" sign. As usual expectations for the event are high but given how Apple is promoting the event this year compare...

Dividends and the Diary

Separating Quality Dividend-Paying Companies From the Wannabes: Part 1

Salem Communications provides a good example of how to separate weak and strong dividend payers.

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