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Chatbots Will Soon Discuss Your Banking Info With You

Text a question like “What’s my credit card debt?” or “How much did I spend on gas this month?” and the friendly answer comes within seconds. “Let’s see,” it begins, before listing the requested information. This is a banking chatbot, a software program that understands and responds to questions and commands about your bank account. It’s like your bank’s customer service representative ... Read More »

Will Banks Survive? Inside Financial Tech’s Disruption of the Way You Fund Your Business

“My six-month-old baby daughter is probably going to open her first bank account, not with an HSBC or a JP Morgan, but rather with a Facebook or Apple.” Financial technology (fintech) aficionado Henri Arslanian believes that in the future, banks will be obsolete. Instead, people will turn exclusively to solutions such as Facebook or Amazon for their financial needs. He ... Read More »

This Market Will Never Crash

Summary Many investors continue to brace for a stock market crash. Today’s stock market is likely to never crash. The anatomy of a “crash” and what we can reasonably expect once the next bear market finally arrives at some point in the future. The opportunities that abound even in the most challenging broader stock market environments. The keys to capital ... Read More »

Watch | [email protected]: Will market have a modest start today?

The Nifty50 breached its crucial support placed at 50-DEMA but last hour buying pulled it around that mark -Considering the fact we are trading near crucial support levels, a technical bounce could be on cards -The index has strong support placed near 10,000 which would be difficult for bears to breach in a hurry Investors are advised to stay cautious ... Read More »

Small Firms, How Will Merger of These Two Giant Trucking Companies Affect You?

Two of the nation’s largest trucking companies announced plans to merge Monday, creating a trucking behemoth worth more than $5 billion. Swift and Knight Transportation Merge Swift Transportation and Knight Transportation announced an all-stock transaction that will merge the two trucking companies with Swift shareholders owning 54 percent, and Knight holders owning the remaining 46 percent, according to the Wall Street Journal. ... Read More »

The economy is not strong, wages remain weak, and rates will stay on hold

The annual growth rate is still well below par, despite what Scott Morrison says. If Treasurer Scott Morrison really thinks the latest report on the health of the Australian economy represents a “strong set of numbers”, it will be interesting to see what sort of adjectives he comes up with to describe them when they really are strong. The economy is not ... Read More »

How Will You Respond When The Market Goes Down?

The stock market is like a child with a yo-yo on an escalator. The escalator is long-term results, while the yo-yo moments are short-term gyrations. As investors, our goal is to focus on the escalator, not the yo-yo. But to some degree, we utterly lack the emotional financial maturity needed to avoid the yo-yo’s request for attention. Shutterstock Having enjoyed ... Read More »

SoftBank’s investments will elbow out other funds from the market

Masayoshi Son, president and CEO of Softbank, delivers his keynote speech at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 27, 2017(REUTERS) The New York Times reported on July 25 that SoftBank Group Corp. is considering a “multi-billion dollar investment” in ride-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc. The report said talks between the two companies were still at a preliminary stage. SoftBank already has ... Read More »

I just drove the Tesla Model 3, and it changes everything – the entire world will want this car

Tesla has been promising a great electric car for the masses since its founding, and on Friday that car finally arrived. Before a handoff of the first 30 Model 3’s to owners at Tesla’s factory in California, I got to spend about fifteen minutes behind the wheel of thelatestt car of the future (I had been given a short ride ... Read More »

Carmakers say fossil-fuel vehicle ban will dent industry and stall sales

David Bailey, an automotive industry expert at Aston University, said two decades was plenty of time for carmakers to evolve. Photograph: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Britain’s car industry has warned that the government’s proposed ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040 risks damaging the industry and stalling sales of new cars. Mike Hawes, chief of executive of the ... Read More »