Not only is China aiming to be the innovation nation. Some of China’s biggest tech companies, like Tencent and Alibaba, are pouring hundreds of millions into start-ups. Tech companies globally, especially in China, have now become so much more.
Their UK mortgage services integration is currently ahead of schedule, while US mortgage services are gaining an edge with their strategy. Structural growth in employee share plans is rising at a significant rate.
The healthcare sector is at a point of inflection as it navigates a set of major forces, many of which merge into one another. All this means major investment opportunities for those who can work out where the chips will fall. Just look at the money pouring into digital health ventures. As always, it's technology driving the changes.
It’s far easier to buy ‘the market’ and just sit on the couch watching Netflix waiting for retirement. But what if you had a learning machine pick the stocks for you, literally? Well you can. It’s called the EquBot, and it could teach us something about stock picking. The bot is an artificial intelligent system, designed to pick stocks.
For a long time, Silicon Valley has always been the tech hub of the world. But in the background, teeming tech cities are rapidly gaining on the Valley. These incubators in the East may soon rival and even surpass the Valley in the coming years. And there’s plenty of growth potential in it for you, along the way.
Even today most people still can’t get access to most ‘traditional’ investment opportunities. What if you had a way to invest in the next wave of great pioneers? The world-changing projects and opportunities. And to invest in them before everyone else. Sometimes even before the elites and uber-wealthy...
I wondered, is crypto really mainstream? Or is it still just a fringe idea, an edge of the bell curve concept that most people still have no real idea about? My conclusion is that most of the mainstream say they’re in crypto, but the reality is they’re really not.
Investors today seem to be prizing huge tech conglomerates over anything else. All conglomerates aren’t bad investments. Growth via acquisition is a common method. If these are acquisitions just for the sake of having acquisitions, then it should raise some red flags. Could the same happen now to the world’s largest tech companies?
Self-service kiosks are a part of a two-part plan with automated self-bag drops being the second phase, these are to be installed within the year.
To run an ICO properly requires far more than a 1,200 word article. The good ones take months, sometimes years to prepare properly. The bad ones take weeks. And when you’re dealing with a whole new kind of market, hype, fear of missing out (FOMO), and speculators, there are going to be issues. As a potential ICO investor, this guide could help you find the projects with a chance to succeed.