The Time Has Come to Bet Big on the Automation Economy

Amidst the market turmoil, I look for one thing: finding opportunities to make money. Why? Because history shows that the best time to invest in futures is during a market crash, like the one that happened in 2022.

For example, the best time to buy computer stocks was after the 1987 Flash Crash. This left the promise of computers like Microsoft (Image of MSFT) trading for less than 20 cents per share (dividend adjusted).

The best time to invest in online products was the 2000 dot-com boom. This left a trusted internet site like Amazon (Price AMZN) trading at about 30 cents per share (dividend adjusted).

The best time to invest in smartphone stocks was after the 2008 financial crisis, which left smartphone stocks as apple (Image of AAPL) trading for less than $3 per share (split adjusted).

And the best time to invest in electric cars was after the 2020 COVID crash. This left EV stocks like Tesla (TSLA) trades at about $25 per share (dividend adjusted).

The example is clear. Whenever the stock market crashes, a group of up-and-coming stocks are left trading at huge discounts. Investors who buy at those prices can make a fortune in the next few years.

So, which group of emerging technologies will be the best buys in the market in 2022? I want to make a case for AI stocks.

That is why.

The Need is Urgent

I truly believe that AI and automation technologies will take off one of the biggest technological revolutions of our lifetime. And according to my research, this change will happen mainly in the 2020s.

That is, over the next decade, we will move from a human-controlled world to a robot-controlled world. During this time, our country and the global economy will be changed forever.

Like many in the past, this technology megatrend will be driven by a combination of the global demand for electronic technology and the number of engineers who can build it.

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Let’s talk about the “need” part first.

In short, the country must fix inflation. And Any adoption of electronic technology is the only way we will permanently suppress inflation.

There are two parts to the problem of inflation. The demand for goods and services is high, and the availability of those goods and services is very low.

The Fed can end the first phase by raising interest rates, destroying consumer spending, and suppressing economic demand.

But inflation does not solve the problem of inflation. The only way you can fix this is if companies know how to create more products and services. But to do this in a human-driven world, you need a lot of work. This requires companies to hire more workers, which means higher wages, higher consumer spending, higher spending, and higher economic demand.

In other words, the current “solution” to fixing part of the inflation equation will exacerbate the fundamental part of the problem. Therefore, it cannot completely solve the problem of inflation.

We need another solution. We don’t need a solution to human-driven inflation – we need a disinflationary driven solution.

Disinflationary method

Let’s play the above but in a world controlled by machines.

A company must produce more. It uses automation technologies – both software and hardware – to create.

That technology has high upfront fees but low recurring costs later on. Are the results costing annual operating expenses? A little bit.

However, those technologies don’t sleep, die, or go on vacation. They always strive to create more. All results in output? Great motivation.

The overall result – the company can produce more products at a lower cost. Sales increase without generating economic demand.

Automation is the panacea to our inflation problem.

Companies are starting to realize this. This is why they are starting to turn to automation technology in 2022. And so is the emergence of the multi-billion dollar Automation Economy.

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Automation Technologies Has Arrived

In terms of capabilities, automation technologies have advanced rapidly over the past few years. Now they are able to make real world profits – and in good time, too!

For example, Walmart (WMT) is in the middle of all its storage systems and end-to-end systems. It unpacks, sorts, stores, and repacks inbound and outbound packages and integrates robotics and small autonomous vehicles.

Then after Amazon has already built its own warehouses with its own robotic systems. And in fact, he recently found both iRobot (robotic vacuum maker) and Cloostermans (warehousing company), just a few months after unveiling its first home robot.

Of course, Amazon is making a big push into home robotics. In the near future, we will see the deployment of robots to replace household tasks such as mowing the lawn, cleaning the pool, and more.

In the restaurant world, a typical local chain like Chipotle (Price CMG), Wings Zoneand White Castle they are using robots to make food. Another chain like Chili cha they are using it to wait tables. The robot takeover of the restaurant is here!

It is also available in commercials. Robots and autonomous vehicles are being used to stock shelves in stores, clean aisles, and deliver orders.

And the Automation Revolution has also affected media and entertainment. Have you seen ads that say “this ad may have been written by a robot”? Or drawings made by DALL-E, an AI that creates images from questions? Have you ever heard of it? JasperAI writing machine?

Recently, a new AI chatbot – ChatGPT – has taken the world by storm. It’s an advanced version of Siri that can write all search results, articles, notes, and more in minutes.

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The machines that are used in the world today are very impressive.

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Experts predict that by 2026, 90% of all internet content will be generated by AI.

Alas, I rest my case. The world doesn’t need automation technologies today – it has technology that can be reused today. It’s a powerful combination.

Final Words on the Automation Boom

Despite the challenges facing the market in 2023, including economic potential, Louis Navellier, Eric Fry, and I see exciting opportunities ahead. Every crash in the stock market is an opportunity – an opportunity to buy “the next big thing” in the stock market dirt-cheap, while everyone else is worrying about the short-term problems that will pass (they always do).

In the 1980s, the “next big thing” was the computer. In the 1990s, it was the Internet. It was the smartphone in the 2000s and electric cars in the 2010s.

And now, in the 2020s, it is automatic actions.

The best time to bet on stock automation is today. They are cheap, they only sell for a few bucks… But they will skyrocket in the next decade as robots and software take over the world.

Although automation is not the only thing I see great promise in…

I will share my insights and predictions along with renowned experts Louis Navellier and Eric Fry on 2023 Early Warning. Follow us Tuesdays at 4pm Eastern learning about the potential for growth in the energy sector and where you can find profitable opportunities in the market.

With our guidance, you can be successful even when the market turns.

As of the date of publication, Luke Lango did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article.

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