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Companies

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Robots That Can Beat the Market by 100% / Companies / Technology

By: ...

MoneyMorning.com Michael A. Robinson writes: According to Allied Market Research, by 2020 the global robotics market will reach $82.7 billion, ballooning at a 10% compound rate.

That mammoth grow is being fueled by tech stalwarts like Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN), Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL).

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Companies

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Tesla Could Be Changing The Dynamics Of Global Energy / Companies / Technology

By: OilPrice_Com

Tesla's announcement last week about creating a new line of batteries for use by businesses, consumers, and the electrical grid at large is a game-changer for the industry. Currently, when individuals or companies need back-up power, they usually rely on generators. Effective battery storage for large amounts of energy would be a game changer in that it would enable a separation of generation and use of energy produced through clean fuels like solar and wind power.

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Companies

Monday, March 02, 2015

Watch the Skies... for Investor Profits / Companies / Technology

By: Investment_U

Sean Brodrick writes: Here is one of the scariest data points I’ve seen this year: nearly 80% of consumers are willing to pay extra for drone delivery. We’re talking everything from books to pizzas.

I can just imagine what the skies over my little burg of Delray Beach, Florida, will look like.

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Stock-Markets

Thursday, February 12, 2015

You Can’t Stop Progress, Supposedly / Stock-Markets / Technology

By: John_Mauldin

Jared Dillian writes: I am a sometimes gold bug and hard-money advocate, and a hard-core fiscal conservative. I have a pretty bearish outlook on the markets, I am generally skeptical of company management and especially journalists, and I think most investors, even the professional ones, are clueless.

I’m one of those hopeless romantics who pays down his debt (often ahead of schedule), would never ask for a bailout, and would be loath to sign up for unemployment benefits or even Social Security. If I looked hard enough, I could probably find a tinfoil hat that fits.

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Companies

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

“Backup-Camera Envy” Is Driving This Unstoppaple Investment Trend / Companies / Technology

By: Money_Morning

Michael A. Robinson writes: Today is a good day to remind ourselves that we should always be in the stock market.

The markets remain the single best place to tap into the ongoing innovations in technology and the relentless growth that they create. And there are strategies we have at our disposal that we can use to safely capture some of that growth – and the wealth we all desire.

Today we’re going to head to the heart of the global auto industry to use Rule No. 3“Ride the unstoppable trends.” While we’re staying in the United States on this trip, we’re not traveling to Detroit.

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Politics

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

How to Prepare for the Super Convergence: the Bio-Info-Nano Singularity? / Politics / Technology

By: DK_Matai

More than a century ago, in 1900, Lord Kelvin famously stated, "There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now. All that remains is more and more precise measurement." Five years later, Albert Einstein published his paper on special relativity, which challenged the very simple set of rules laid down by Newtonian mechanics, which had been used to describe force and motion for more than two hundred years.

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Companies

Thursday, December 04, 2014

Innovation Sparks Wealth Creation / Companies / Technology

By: Harry_Dent

Most people almost always reject radically new things or ideas at first. Ask Galileo or Jesus. That’s why it takes extreme personalities to take the necessary risks and to persevere against all odds, criticism and rejection.

I should know. I’m such a personality.

I’m an entrepreneur and innovator in the arena of economics. If it hadn’t been that, it would have been some other kind of arena. It’s just in my blood.

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Politics

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Dawn of The Quantum Age? State-of-the-Art Quantum Technologies 2.0 or QT2 / Politics / Technology

By: DK_Matai

We are at the beginning of a new era in the application of Quantum Physics which is going to be dominated by subtle effects. From computing to cryptography and from healthcare to energy, many very significant innovations and inventions of our time are manifest at the Quantum Level. Does this herald the onset of the new Quantum Age?  Possibly... now that billions upon billions of dollars are being committed to Quantum Technologies 2.0 (QT2) by G20 governments and Multi-Nationals collectively with multiple announcements in recent months and many more overt and covert projects in the pipeline on which sovereignty, national security and industrial competitive advantage depend. 

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Companies

Monday, July 21, 2014

TransTech Digest: Super Battery Bio-Power vs. Dirty CleanTech / Companies / Technology

By: John_Mauldin

By Patrick Cox

Technological civilization runs on energy. Second only to health care in economic clout, energy accounts for slightly less than 10% of GDP depending on the actual fuel prices. Everything depends on energy, even the biological world inside and around us.

Energy is a cost component in all goods and services, from manufacturing to overhead and transportation. As such, the price and availability of energy is a major determinant of all price levels and, inversely, the standard of living.

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Companies

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Artificial Intelligence and Genuine Stupidity / Companies / Technology

By: John_Mauldin

By Patrick Cox

Editor, TransTech Digest and Transformational Technology Alert

In the in-depth article below, I discuss the recent headlines about a supercomputer supposedly passing Alan Turing’s “Turing Test.” I also trace out complex questions regarding how little we still know about the human brain.

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Companies

Friday, June 27, 2014

Thomas Edison’s Dream Smashed / Companies / Technology

By: Casey_Research

By Adam J. Crawford, Analyst

The incandescent light bulb was invented in the very early 1800s, but at that time was a device too crude and impractical for mass adoption. Over the next 80 years, at least 20 inventors contributed to its improvement, until, in 1880, Thomas Edison developed and patented a bulb that would last a miraculous 1,200 hours. Edison’s product was the first to offer the levels of functionality, durability, and affordability necessary for widespread commercial appeal. That’s why he gets credit for inventing the light bulb, even though he was decades late to the party.

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Companies

Sunday, June 15, 2014

The Age of Transformation / Companies / Technology

By: John_Mauldin

One of the many luxuries that my readers have afforded me over the years is their willingness to allow me to explore a wide variety of topics. Not all writers are so blessed, and their output and responses to it tend to stay focused on specific, often quite narrow topics. While this approach allows them to dig very deep into particular subject matter, it can reduce the total scope of their research, vision, and advice. But don’t get me wrong; these types of letters are very important. I benefit greatly from being a subscriber to a number of letters that give me detailed analysis for which I simply don’t have the time to do the research. There’s just too much going on in the world today for any of us to be an expert in more than a few areas.

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Politics

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Networks and Hierarchies / Politics / Technology

By: John_Mauldin

I have a big-picture piece for you today from a big-time thinker, my good friend Niall Ferguson. This is a little bit different for Outside the Box, but then isn’t that what this letter is supposed to be? Something to make us think and to come at a problem with a little bit different viewpoint?

At our recent Strategic Investment Conference, Niall focused on the dangers of US isolationism, the degeneration of American culture, and the immense problem of government debt whose trajectory is in the hands of a dysfunctional political system. In today’s Outside the Box, Niall examines a related issue: the dynamic interplay of networks and hierarchies that has led to the creation and destruction of economic systems in generations past… and will ultimately drive political outcomes in today’s unbalanced and rapidly changing global economic system.

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Companies

Saturday, April 26, 2014

I’d Like You to Meet “Cortana” My Artificial Intelligence / Companies / Technology

By: Money_Morning

Michael A. Robinson writes: I’d like to introduce you to Cortana.

And let me tell you: She’s awesome.

Cortana can search the Internet, set up reminders, shift calendar appointments, manage your mishmash of meetings, find restaurants, send text messages, and place phone calls. And, as good as she is right now, Cortana only seems to get better the more that I deal with her. The longer we work together, the more she seems to understand my habits and anticipate my needs.

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Politics

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Matt Drudge on Information Overload! / Politics / Technology

By: MISES

Jeff Deist writes: Opening comments presented at the Mises Institute’s High School & College Seminar: “Inflation: Causes, Consequences, and Cure,” April 11, 2014.

Good morning and welcome!

My name is Jeff Deist; I’m president of the Mises Institute.

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Companies

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

The Technological Evolution of Nonlethal Weapons / Companies / Technology

By: Casey_Research

By Doug Hornig, Senior Editor

The rise of humans from fearful creatures huddled around cave fires to the dominant species on the planet largely parallels the evolution of weaponry. Different subgroups rose and fell, spreading their culture or declining in influence as they either came up with the new best thing with which to slaughter their neighbors or fell behind in the innovation game.

Club, axe, spear, atlatl, sword, longbow, crossbow, catapult, gun, bomb, artillery, really big bomb—all have had their day.

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Companies

Friday, June 14, 2013

Transformative Energy Technologies / Companies / Technology

By: The_Energy_Report

The synergy of temperament and intellect has fostered much success for the father-son team of Michael Berry, editor of Morning Notes, and Chris Berry, founder of House Mountain Partners LLC. In this Father's Day interview with The Energy Report, the Berrys reveal what they've learned from each other's investment strategies over the years, and mull energy metals and emerging green technologies that could be "compelling investment opportunities." They also reveal that, for all the familial camaraderie, there are energy issues about which they strongly disagree.

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Companies

Friday, March 22, 2013

Profit from the Breakthrough in Liquid-Cooled Computers / Companies / Technology

By: Money_Morning

Michael A. Robinson writes: When Ray Harroun came out of retirement in 1911 to race in the first Indianapolis 500, he made one request: He wanted to ditch the ride-along mechanic that the rules required in order to save weight and give his yellow Marmon Wasp a racing edge.

The Indy organizers balked: The mechanic provided a big measure of safety, they said, acting as a spotter who could watch for cars behind or on either side of the racer.

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Companies

Monday, March 11, 2013

How to Profit from The Next Technological Revolutions / Companies / Technology

By: Nadeem_Walayat

The quantum leap in technological development in computing, molecular biology and material sciences is converging towards sparking the next series of technological revolutions the name to which will only be given many decades from now with the benefit of hindsight but all things considered I suspect that we come to call it the Graphene Age, as this wonder material becomes the building blocks for everything we use today including computers, nano machines and ultimately even new life forms.

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Stock-Markets

Friday, March 01, 2013

Epic Crisis... and Vast Prosperity / Stock-Markets / Technology

By: DailyWealth

Porter Stansberry writes: I have become well-known in financial circles for doom-and-gloom themes.

That's mainly because my professional life as a financial writer and analyst happened to correspond with the largest speculative bubbles in history.

As a result, I spent most of my 30s writing about one disaster or another... from the collapse of MCI-WorldCom and the dot-com/telecom bubble... to the mortgage/housing bubble... to today's sovereign-debt bubble (which, by the way, is the largest and most dangerous bubble yet... by a wide margin).

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