My readers know that I spend a great deal of time in the commodities space, but if there’s one commodity that’s more valuable than the others, it’s time.
That’s why I don’t like to waste my time or the time of my readers, who count on me to deliver only the absolute best research and opportunities in the markets today.
Frankly, I’m not that interested in picking stocks and sectors that are already tapped out – the ones that have been discussed ad nauseam by the talking heads in the mainstream press. By the time the traditional media gets a hold of a trend and wrings it for all it’s worth, investors like you and me are left to fight for the scraps and the risk-reward profile is highly unfavorable at that point.
Who really want to fight over financial scraps? Not me, and surely not you either. At Portfolio Wealth Global we’re focused like a laser, spending hours every day on the hunt for hidden gems in the markets.
We don’t bother with stocks and sectors that are yesterday’s news; it’s the fresh finds that are the real moneymakers.
I’m pushing out this report ASAP because I’ve discovered tomorrow’s news today: a technology sector that is revolutionizing the way the world does business and how people live their everyday lives. What I’m talking about is none other than AI: artificial intelligence or machine learning.
The time when everything had to be programmed into computers is long gone, as emerging technology allows computers and robots to learn on their own. This has repercussions across all global industries; take the banking sector as an example:
Courtesy of Accenture
Banks are using machine learning to improve efficiency and streamline customer interactions, as well as to connect the dots in the banking ecosystem. As more and more businesses discover the cost benefits and savings that accrue with AI adoption, the artificial intelligence sector will expand rapidly and you’ll see an infusion of machine learning into practically every facet of life.
Where else will we see artificial intelligence as its global reach expands in the coming months and years? Yet another example would be the automotive sector, where AI-based revenues will increase exponentially in the hardware, services, and software subsectors:
Courtesy of Neural Networks
This is a trend that will only continue unabated, and investors need to be aware of this in order to capitalize on this groundbreaking technology. But in order to profit from this, investors need to be picky and only allocate capital towards the best companies in the AI space; nothing less will do as far as I am concerned.
It has been my obsession to find a company that will dominate the artificial intelligence industry in 2018 and beyond, and to find this hidden gem, I’ve been teaming up with Daniel Ameduri from Future Money Trends, who has released his own report on this topic at FutureMoneyTrends.com/live.
Without a doubt, we’ve had our Eureka Moment when we discovered the one firm that is the absolute best in AI: Globalive Technologies (TSX-V: LIVE OTC: LVVEF).
Globalive founder and CEO Anthony Lacavera is 100% dedicated to machine learning, and since I was looking for a pure play in the AI space, my research team chose this company as the perfect way to invest right now.
What this firm does is commercialize two burgeoning technologies, AI and blockchain, across a number of industries, and in the process they solve real-world problems using 21st-century technology.
Mr. Lacavera has also gained a tremendous competitive advantage by partnering with leading Canadian digital asset trading platform CoinSquare and fintech firm Flexiti Financial, among other firms.
There’s no better way to take a position in a company and an industry that’s ready to shine and yield substantial profits for investors who get involved while it’s still early.
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