Tinnitus: When the World is Too Loud

Derived from the Latin verb tinnire (to ring), the term tinnitus describes the conscious perception of an auditory sensation in the absence of a corresponding external stimulus. Tinnitus is a common medical Read more…

Marcum Microcap Conference Overview. Healthcare Companies to Watch

The 6th Marcum Microcap conference is fast approaching on June 15 and 16 in NYC. This growing and increasingly significant conference will take up the Grand Hyatt Hotel to accommodate the estimated Read more…

New Drugs in Opiate Addiction Battle

The New York City Police Department reported a startling statistic last week: a 38% increase in fatal opioid overdoses in the city last year. Approximately 1,300 fatalities – more than homicide (335) Read more…

The Case for a Healthcare Futures Market

BY:  BRETT JOHNSON, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF As politicians and the public wrestle with redesigning the nation’s healthcare system, all parties are faced with the twin realities of an aging population and rising health costs. Read more…

Undervalued Microcaps: OneMed Research announces new healthcare report

OneMed Research announced the introduction of a research process and report to identify the most undervalued microcap healthcare companies. The purpose is to provide recognition to exceptional companies that go unnoticed. The model Read more…

Advances in Medicine: Opportunities for Investors

BY: BRETT JOHNSON, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The pace of innovation in healthcare continues at a seemingly accelerated rate which makes the discovery of promising companies less challenging. But success is elusive and requires true Read more…

The Uber for Investment Bankers? Wall Street veteran Weild creates new business model for independent investment bankers

BY: BRETT JOHNSON, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF “We want to put the joy back into investment banking,” says David Weild IV, the former NASDAQ vice chairman and head of Equity and Corporate Finance at Prudential. Just Read more…

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