As you are aware, we are in the midst of the biggest stock bubble in American history. In all probability, it is the biggest stock bubble in human history.
A small group of important convenience store retailers in Japan are taking a different approach: completely cashierless stores.
Stocks soared after the U.S. election, but that pace of growth has slowed during 2017. So is the Trump rally over, or is there another run higher?
With more than $1 trillion in e-commerce sales projected in China this year, and more than $1.5 trillion in 2018, “massive” is an appropriate description.
The CAC 40 is a benchmark French stock market index. The day after Sunday’s election, the index gained 4.5%, breaking out to new highs for the year.
China is adding robots at an average pace of about 20% annually. In other words, about 650,000 new robots are expected to be installed there by 2020.
While the Federal Reserve is raising rates in response to improved economic news, traders seem to be worried about the political situation around the world.
Given the pace of advancement in recent years with robotics and AI, we are left with the question: Can too much technology be a bad thing?