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Why You Will Lose Your Job In The Next 5 Years, And What To Do About It

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Posted by Mad Hede Fund Trader via Seeking Alphavia Seeking Alpha

on Tuesday, 18 April 2017 07:00

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Artificial intelligence and automation is accelerating far faster than anyone realizes.

It is all extraordinarily disruptive.

This will cause corporate profits to rocket and share prices to soar, but at the price of higher nationwide political instability.

Yes, it's happening.

And if you lose your job in five years, you will be one of the lucky ones.

It's possible that your job is already gone, they just haven't told you yet.

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...related from Michael Campbell:

The Numbers Exist - Time To Ring The Alarm Bell



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Marc Faber - How much Gold is Enough?

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Posted by Marc Faber -via Finance and Liberty

on Friday, 07 April 2017 20:13

Key Points in Faber's Worldwide Debt Bubble & Currency Collapse Interview:

- Ahead: a crisis worse than 2008 @ 0:54
- Young adults will earn less than their parents and die with less than their parents @ 2:56
- How to weather the hard times ahead @ 7:41
- How much gold is enough? @ 11:01
- What form of precious metals is best? @ 13:27
- Ed Note: This interview was done in 2016

 

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How Solid are Canada’s Big Banks?

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Posted by Peter Diekmeyer - Sprott Money

on Thursday, 23 March 2017 08:47

banksThe World Economic Forum consistently ranks Canada’s banks among the world’s safest. Competent regulators have overseen stress tests, tightened lending standards and delinquency rates are low. Demographics are good and the country’s diversified economy is backed by a treasure of oil, wood, gold and other natural resources. 

So the experts say.

Institutional investors, relying on the work of Jeremy Rudin, Canada’s chief bank regulator, agree. In fact, Canadian financials accounted for 35.5% of the market capitalization of the benchmark exchange (NBF February). 

However this façade hides major uncertainties. Key concerns stand out, which if unaddressed, could spark solvency and liquidity issues in one or more of Canada’s Big Six banks. 

The fragilities can be seen in an IMF report, which calculated that Canada’s financial sector accounted for a stunning 500% of GDP in 2012. Today, the assets of the Big Six banks alone are more than double the size of the country’s economy. 

Each (RBC, CIBC, Scotiabank, BMO, TD and National Bank) have been designated “systemically important,” which in turn, due to sheer size and interconnectedness, suggests that they are almost certainly “too big to fail.” That means the collapse of any one Big Bank would threaten to trigger systemic implosion. 

More ominously, if Canada’s financial system, arguably the world’s best, is riddled with pores, what does that say about the US, the UK, and Japan? Let alone Italy and Spain? 

Yet signs of fragility are everywhere. Consider:

Complacency following “secret” $114 billion bailout



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Stock Exchange: Can Humans Compete with High Frequency Traders?

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Posted by Jeff Miller - Dash of Insight

on Friday, 17 March 2017 07:53

the-dark-pool-high-frequency-tradingMany individual investors have been frustrated by the growing prominence of High Frequency Trading. Complicated algorithms can process new information and react in fractions of a second. It sounds intimidating, and in some sense, it is. Individual Investors would be poorly suited for direct competition.

Instead, stick to what the market is giving you. The connections made by these programs are often spurious – totally unrelated to the fundamentals of a given business. This is intentional. After all, they’re after a quick buck rather than a long-term investment.

For that reason, a stock being walloped for frivolous story in the 24-hour news cycle may present an attractive buying opportunity. It all comes down to the individual investor’s process and commitment to their goals.

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One of the Most Effective Trading Tools for Investors

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Posted by Mike Burnick via The Edelson Wave

on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 11:02

Screen Shot 2017-03-15 at 10.39.39 AMMy mentor and friend Larry Edelson had an uncanny ability to correctly identify market tops and bottoms.

This includes calling the 1987 stock market crash weeks in advance. Plus, the great bull market bottom in gold that began at $250 an ounce in 2001, and the bear market top at over $1,900 in 2011.

What’s Larry’s secret weapon that made him so prescient with his market calls?

Larry’s life’s work over four decades was the study of cycles. He quantified and cataloged historical cycles stretching back hundreds and even thousands of years. He combined this with cyclical pattern recognition across hundreds of markets and individual securities.

Plus, he added his own unique methods of technical analysis, to produce one of the most effective trading tools any investor could hope for: His Artificial Intelligence Neural Net model with the power to indicate expected cycle highs and lows in stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies and more.

Larry devoted these last three years pouring himself and his vast investing experience into this model. And as my mentor of 15 years, he entrusted me and his team of analysts and traders here at Weiss Research with his most closely guarded secrets and strategies for reliably detecting key market turning points.



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