Emotional biases, for the most part, are an investor’s greatest enemy. The fear of missing out, or what some people have called “FOMO,” is a powerful emotion that skews investors’ thinking and causes destruction of wealth.  

Sure, we’re all on the hunt for the next Google, Amazon, or Microsoft, but the foundation for our search should be research, not emotions.

It’s not that emotions are all bad, all the time. I get emotional when I do the research, as I have a passion for finding the next big winner in the vast equities markets. I also get emotional when I write and release these reports, since I care about my readers and I want to get this vital information out as quickly as possible.

But I also want the information to be 100% accurate and reliable, so I’d rather take my time and get it right than put out a second-rate report.

Sadly, regret is a major force in most retail investors’ mindset. I urge you to quit focusing on opportunities that you may have missed in the past, and instead concentrate on what’s coming in the future.

You’ll want to place your bets on companies and stocks that will soar in the upcoming weeks, months, and years, not the ones that are already expensive due to excessive hype. Remember, the mainstream media and the majority of retail investors will pile on a company or a technology only after the sector has become overpriced and overvalued.

To avoid feelings of regret in your investing strategy, get ahead of the curve and think in terms of what will be dominant in the near future – what’s coming down the pipeline.

Future Money Trends is always looking for what’s next in the technology space, since that is where the biggest gains tend to occur. What the team has come up with might surprise you: we’ve been focusing our attention on the AI sector, which is also known as artificial intelligence or machine learning. This is a technological innovation in which computers can actually learn on their own, without always having to be programmed or instructed by humans.

This is a sub-sector of the technology space that is forecast to have double-digit growth in the coming months and years:

Courtesy of BBC Research

Autonomous robots, digital assistants, and expert systems are poised for huge and consistent growth, and I’ve taken a specific position in the AI space because I don’t want to feel the pangs of regret that come from missing out on huge gains.

With artificial intelligence, computers actually have the ability to mimic or duplicate the functions of the human brain, and this type of machine learning is already permeating our lives whether we’re aware of it or not.  In today’s modern world, it’s virtually impossible to avoid the influence of AI:

Courtesy of Hemant Sankhla

No matter what industry you’re operating in, whether it’s business or personal, you really can’t avoid the impact of machine learning. Tom Beck, the chief researcher at Portfolio Wealth Global, has been working with my research team to identify the next big winner in the AI niche; Tom has posted his own report on AI which you can read here.

Putting our heads together and working on this for months, we finally discovered the one firm that is going to dominate the AI landscape: Globalive Technologies (TSX-V: LIVE, OTC: LVVEF).

I chose this company because it’s unique in the industry, the only truly pure way to play the global takeover of machine learning. Anthony Lacavera, Globalive’s CEO and founder, has assembled a top team of professionals in AI, blockchain, finance, and business for this outstanding company. 

In addition, when we factor in Globalive’s joint venture with CoinSquare, a leading digital asset trading platform in Canada, along with Globalive’s partnership with Flexiti Financial, a leading financial technology company, you’ve got an investment opportunity that is simply undeniable.

Go here to download Future Money Trends’ exclusive report on how to profit right now from AI and Globalive.

Best Regards,

Daniel Ameduri

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