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The world is constantly changing.
In fact, it is changing so quickly that the world in three years will be very different from the world today.
Soâ¦ what will the world be like in three years?
Well, I just sat down with InvestorPlace CEO Brian Hunt to answer that question in an hour-long podcast we just posted on Ahead of the Curve.
This is only the second episode of this new podcast, where each week Brian Hunt takes a look into the future, speaking to experts and coming up with actionable investing ideas to help people achieve financial freedom. .
So what will the world be like in 2024? What are the biggest tech trends that will dominate in the near future and how can you take advantage of these upcoming trends now?
Through exponential progress, the pace of change is advancing rapidly. And the things that look like science fiction today will be products, industries, and trends that you can invest in tomorrow. In fact, the pace of change is advancing so rapidly that you could be left behind if these innovations are not on your radar today.
Spoiler alert: you’re going to see self-driving cars, but maybe not the way you think. Electric cars will be everywhere. Homes are going to get a lot smarter. Robots are going to become much more common. And the flight market will be given a facelift.
This is just the short list. In this podcast, Brian and I talk about everything – and how you can position yourself to make big bucks from these historic changes.
It’s great listening. And I encourage you to take the time to click here and hear it for yourself!
And, hey, if you like what you hear, just know that there’s more of where it’s coming from in Innovation Investor – our flagship investment research product designed to invest in the technologies that will make the world of the future. .
At the time of publication, Luke Lango had (directly or indirectly) no position in any of the stocks mentioned in this article.
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