What if there was a free discussion forum available for the individuals to discuss long term investing in innovative/growth themes?
What if the site was unbiased?
What if the discussion forum was moderated such that it precluded promoting particular investments?
What if everyone could contribute their insights/information around investment potential themes such as: artificial intelligence, real estate, block chain, space, autonomous vehicles, IT security…….
What if the site was meant for the average person, society and the economy to directly and financially benefit from the potential of science/math, innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity?
There will be….. January 2020
A way that the average person can be involved.
We don’t see entrepreneurship and innovation talked about by those outside the industry, because the average person doesn’t see the direct benefit. We need a way so the average person has a direct measurable result from the innovation and startup industries.
I’m working on the last item mentioned above. How do we get the average person to personally support innovation and startups? By helping them make money off it.
I am writing a book and launching an associated initiative to help the average person invest in long term innovative/growth trends.
The book focuses on investment types such as start-ups, stock market companies, options and real estate to provide an integrated investment strategy based on emerging themes taking place in society, the economy and innovations. I introduce the reader to the advantage that a long-term investor has over professional investors and then describe my best practices for creating an investing strategy that focuses on building a global, growth oriented, consistent, diverse, and recession/downside resistant portfolio.
Everyone benefits when we invest in the future.
Stay tuned for more…..
I am currently working on a book and initiative on investing which is part of a bigger vision.
About ten years ago I wanted to help change the entrepreneurial landscape and produced two books describing their startup best practices. The book helped to create support for a national entrepreneurship award that focused on community interaction.
At that time StartupCanada was forming and they undertook the herculean task to create an incredible national award program we now call StartupCanada’s Startup awards.
My current book provides a doable long-term investing strategy for individuals. The book focuses on investment types such as start-ups, stock market companies, options and real estate to provide an integrated investment strategy based on emerging themes taking place in society, the economy and innovations.
The book introduces the reader to the advantage that a long-term investor has over professional investors and then describes best practices for creating an investing strategy that focuses on building a global, growth oriented, consistent, diverse, and recession/downside resistant portfolio.
Stay tuned for more…
My Latest FrontRunner Podcast:
In the era of Artificial Intelligence and automation, Hala Beisha discusses the adaptive requirements individuals need to be successful in the modern work environment. Hala explains how to have a positive, life-long learning perspective when it comes to career development and offers new ways to integrate knowledge in order to contribute to corporate decision making.
In my latest Frontrunner podcast, Jovan Strika describes how hacker tools have become easier to use, thus broadening the type of hackers using them. Given the increase in hacker activity in recent years, he discusses the detection and recovery process that organizations need to consider. Jovan also discusses whether hackers have become more organized as a group.
My latest Frontrunner podcast. Into the business models around open source. The open-source model is also applicable to other industries that generate creative knowledge.
The average American spends around $1,500 a year in coffee, imagine the impact if 100 million coffee drinkers diverted $100 a year of their coffee money into start-ups?
My new post discusses investing