Here is a little riddle, for the inquiring mind. What is old, new, and ever-changing at the same time? The answer; mankind’s reasons and ways for achieving individual and communal growth. And although this may sound like a silly little play on words, there is recent evidence in the worlds of business and technology that definitely support the claim. Fortunately for the general public, there are men and women who make a living out of knowing these reasons and predicting the resulting changes to come in more than one market.
A major theme I expect to emerge this year are competitors pairing off to better compete against Amazon, including some of the following companies…#Mergers #ACQUISITIONS #stocks #StockMarket #investing #BanyanHill $amzn $ebay $erj $kr $gww https://t.co/RFc7T2xudP
— Jeff Yastine (@Jeff_Y_Guru) January 2, 2018
One such man of wisdom is Jeff Yastine, and he knows a lot about a many number of things. One of his latest insights is in the field of regtech, which is a hybrid word from the joining of regulation and technology. It is a blanket term that includes many different forms modern-day advances from blockchaining to AI (Artificial Intelligence). And even though these are some of the hottest new services and products out on the technology market, they are basically doing something that had been a part of business since the first trade in commerce.
Their function is to cut the cost of production. How they new this is surely something of a sign of the times. They help to keep the costs down while doing business, by taking the hassle out of regulatory requirements when dealing with the government. That is not such a major headline. After all, businesses have been offering this service from a long time ago. Nearly every working US citizen can remember going to a “tax person” in their youth. Read more about Jeff Yastine at Bloomberg
Now a days, all a person has to really have is a handheld device and the required information. The deal can be done just pretty much painlessly. Again, this not the big news. What is the good new is that a lot of these companies are privately held and seem to be in phases of extreme growth. This could indicate an extreme boom potential, for those who has the right skill set, discipline and vision to carve out a market for themselves.
This is the type of good news and strong growth that Jeff Yastine has experience with and like to report about all the time. As editor of the Total Wealth Insider, since the year 2015, he does it all the time. His focus is centered around helping investor make the best decisions they can.