There are opportunities to make money all around us. All you need to do is pay attention. How many times have you had a great idea and then get distracted by “life” only to later find someone else executing on that very idea and making a fortune? Opportunities come and go all the time and, in most cases, if you miss one thing you don’t really need to sweat it, something else is right around the corner. However, how often do “once in a lifetime” opportunities truly stare you in the face? Revolutions so profound that once they take a hold on society, everything changes, and nothing is the same afterwards. I’m talking about things like a caveman discovering fire, the steam engine, the automotive and aviation industries, the internet? Take Amazon for example, the company isn’t even a revolution in and of its self but rather a byproduct of the internet (which is a revolution)….Amazon just offers all of us a better way to buy stuff. Regardless, would your financial life would be different today if you invested in Jeff Bezos start up in 1995? I don’t know you, but I’m guessing the answer is a resounding yes.
The internet created companies like Google, Amazon and Facebook and no one can argue these companies have changed the world and have made a select few mind-blowing fortunes. If you missed the internet revolution the time to really cash in has already come and gone and it’s not coming back. But, it gave life to a technology that can and almost certainly will surpass the internet in everyway way one could measure: Artificial Intelligence.
“I am telling you, the world’s first trillionaires are going to come from somebody who masters AI and all its derivatives and applies it in ways we never thought of,” - Mark Cuban
Research company PwC recently predicted that AI will replace 40% of all jobs by 2030 and unless you’re a trust fund baby who doesn’t need to work, this should give you some anxiety. However, in that same report PwC also estimated that AI will add $15.7 trillion to the global economy. Unfortunately, for the vast majority of humans all of that wealth will be concentrated to a very, very small percentage of the population. For most, AI, machine learning and robotics will simply be technologies that either totally steal or best case devalue your skills in the workplace.
Basically, it won’t matter what you can do…There will be a machine that can do it faster, cheaper and better. That’s a fact. However, it will matter what you know and more importantly what you own. So, while the robot or software application might take your job, what if you could simply own the robot? Sounds nice no?
“Owning” the robots and machines via acquiring stock in the leading technology companies is well within most of our grasps whether we know it or not. You don’t need to be technical, you don’t need a degree in computer science, and you don’t need to live in Silicon Valley to do this. What you do need is knowledge, insight, guidance, the willingness to learn and a trading account where you can buy stocks. For the last 20 years I’ve been an executive at some of the worlds leading technology companies and have learned (in many cases the hard way) the ins and outs of technology investing and by all accounts have done very well with it. Artificial Investing was created to serve the average investor, who’s smart enough to see the coming AI revolution but doesn’t yet know enough to knowledgably invest in it.
We’ll help you understand AI and other technologies, we’ll help you see through a lot of the BS out there, we’ll deep dive into what companies we’re investing in, explain why and call out exactly what price we are buying these stocks at and at what prices we’re locking in profits and selling at. It’s a place for those who want to learn and then take that knowledge and profit directly from it. The bottom line is AI will have a huge impact on your life, the only question is will it lower your standard of living or take it to heights you never thought possible?