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28 Feb 2019

Market Cycles: Peak

The attached chart on Corporate Debt to GDP in the United States could be telling us that the United States has peaked and is staring into the eyes of a bear market.

However the same could have been said in 2016 which continued to go higher with no recession.

This is the problem with speculative investing.

Speculative selling or buying prior to a future predicted event does not work. It you somehow get the timing right then it is actually just good luck.

If you are now asking yourself, can the current bull run go longer? The answer is yes and will the current bull run bust? The answer is yes.

Attached is also research on the last 7 bear markets in the United States.

The lesson from the past is that all bear markets end and so remember, when fear and panic take hold during the next financial catastrophe, investors will be presented with the opportunity to buy more quality assets at discounted prices.

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26 Feb 2019

Demographics: Generation Z

Generation Z were born between 1997 and 2010 and are now in the workforce.

They are typically the children of Generation X and would have no idea of a time before the internet.

Interestingly, initial research suggests that Generation Z prefer face-to-face interactions in the workplace, are focused on saving money and expect to work harder than previous generations.

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19 Feb 2019

Machine Learning: Alexa

On Thursday the 20th September 2018 Amazon allowed Alexa to begin teaching itself.

Whether you are for or against Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer important because it has now arrived, it will not be stopped and it will grow at an exponential rate.

We humans will just have to adapt to the advantages and disadvantages of AI.

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11 Feb 2019

Warren Buffett, The Oracle of Omaha

Warren Edward Buffett is 88 years of age, still working and one of the best Portfolio Managers that has ever lived.

Here he talks with Bill Gates (age 63) about the most precious commodity that we all own.

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7 Feb 2019

Harvard Business Review: Accounting for Time

This is a genius 6 part series on the interrelationship between time, happiness and money.

The read is far more insightful than the video.

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