Telstra needs something big. They need a plan that will dig them out of the very deep hole they’re in. That ‘something big’ could in fact be a big split…a plan to create two companies instead of one. Telstra wants to separate themselves completely from the infrastructure arm of the business.
There’s one in particular that has just released a massive new announcement with one of the world’s biggest tech companies. And we’re not just talking about any ‘big’ tech company. We mean one with a market cap of more than US$200 billion.
This is a moon-shot project powered by blockchain. It could send a clutch of unknown small and micro-sized biotechs hurtling into the stratosphere between now and 2022.
IBM is the US$130 billion aristocrat of American business in the Dow Jones. The question most Aussie investors are asking is if Telstra Corporation Ltd can now do the same.
Facebook isn’t stupid. They know the game they’re playing. They’re constantly butting heads with the new competition that continues to enter the social media playing field. But they have been playing smart. And they’ve made the perfect move to keep them on top of the social media ladder.
In 2000, the Human Genome Project gave scientists the complete genetic sequence of human beings. It was a real breakthrough moment. But I think the true impact is about to hit.
Ultra-long life spans, the eradication of disease, designer babies and new human senses could all become a reality in the future. And it's all being powered by something called blockchain.
Crypto is a technology revolution. It’s evolving, improving, expanding and changing. That's why we believe the BIS report on the death knell of bitcoin is wrong.
Telstra made an announcement this morning, indicating plans to restructure its business in order to make better use of its infrastructure assets. Other measures included letting go of 8000 staff, to help squeeze in an extra $1 billion in savings.
If you’re into speculative investing, you should try and get your head around this trend now. It’s to do with blockchain and genomics. And it’s getting very little attention at the moment.