Luiz Arakawa

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Why Stocks Are Undoubtedly Experiencing A Massive Bubble

In the five years since the Crash of 2008, U.S. stocks have been in an inexorable bull market that not even the Eurozone crisis, the U.S. debt downgrade, the Fiscal Cliff, rising levels of poverty, and this past summer’s bond and emerging market plunge could put an end to. After a half-decade of …

How To Run Like Mo Farah

Ever wanted to run like a double Olympic gold athlete? Science Correspondent Richard Gray takes a 3D gait test and picks up some tips on how to run like Mo Farah.<p>The Telegraph's <b>Science Correspondent Richard Gray</b> asked biomechanics experts at Run 3D, a spin out company from the University of Oxford, …

17 Ways To Be Indispensable At Work

Job security is a serious concern for so many employees in today’s workforce. Knowing that so many positions are being outsourced, cut, or revamped, for instance, makes it especially difficult to believe that anybody’s job is completely safe, says Rita Friedman, a Philadelphia-based career coach …

A Nexus GPS Would Be Google's iPhone Moment

The consumer GPS industry is an archaic wasteland. Outside of your own cellphone, using in-car navigation either with an external or internal device is a nightmare. My Volvo S60′s in-car navigation is clunky and laggy like a Kindle. Even the most elegant of GPSes have sluggish interfaces that are …

Learning To Learn Faster: The One Superpower Everyone Needs

<b>The Superpower</b><p>I have a new book coming out early next year, <i>The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance.</i> As the title suggests, my subject matter is the outer limits of human potential and the question of what might actually be possible for our species.<p>During the course …