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Robot Workforce; Walmart Preparing Its Employees Robot Take Over

Robot Workforce is supposedly the new workforce of tomorrow Walmart Store Inc.’s (WMT) store of the future may appear to be scarily devoid of employees. In reality, humans will still work there, but expect to see more robots. In addition to Walmart starting to use 16-foot automated towers to distribute online orders, scan-and-go technology to … Read more

Why are most Americans not investing in the Stock market?

A plethora of reasons are listed, but most seem to centre around the fact that most American’s don’t have enough to invest in the markets. However, these same chaps that don’t have enough to invest in the markets have enough to spend on $3.00 tasteless cup of coffee and or purchase an avocado sandwich that … Read more

Corporate Bond Bubble- AT&T Ups Bond Sale to $22.5 Billion

Corporate Bond Bubble in the making? Investor demand for investment-grade credit is only growing stronger, as evidenced by portfolio managers’ appetite for AT&T’s (T) huge bond sale on Thursday. Originally expected at $15 billion, the deal size was upped Thursday afternoon to $22.5 billion. That makes it the third-largest corporate offering on record, according to … Read more

5 AI-powered companies gaining traction for 2017-2018

AI is becoming a way of life for many of us. We check on flights using a chatbot like Mezi, we benefit from the AI within the booking engine used at Hopper’s website, and we are sending messages to businesses easier thanks to the machine learning at Yelp. It should not come as a big … Read more

Humankind Must Adapt As Artificial Intelligence Is Changing the World

Humankind Must Adapt As Artificial Intelligence Is Changing the World: Change is here IN A POST entitled “Machine Learning: Bane or Blessing for Mankind?”, I noted that the renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking along with his colleagues Stuart Russell, Max Tegmark, and Frank Wilczek recommend moving cautiously in the development of artificial intelligence (AI), especially … Read more

Hungary’s leader States Soros criticism is a declaration of war

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Hungary’s prime minister said Friday that harsh criticism by billionaire George Soros is a “declaration of war.” Soros has accused Prime Minister Viktor Orban of running a corrupt “mafia state.” Orban alleged that the Hungarian-American investor was paying “agent-like networks” of non-governmental organizations to enforce his policies, including the promotion of … Read more

Trump Flynn’s Life Being Destroyed While Hillary Walks Free

Editor: Johnathan Meyers | Tactical Investor Many readers wrote in stating that they loved the concept of us posting excerpts to other interesting articles. In keeping with that theme, we think the following post could make for a great read. A wide array of topics is covered as we believe that in today’s world of … Read more