Have you ever wondered if you need more milk, butter or chicken? Well, we are about to take a turn to the Jetson’s with LG‘s new Home Chat smart platform that allows you to ask your fridge what groceries its run out of – while you are at Safeway, Save_on or any other store.
LG has just announced a whole raft of new home appliances from washing machines to vacuums that respond to voice and text commands. But that’s not all that’s coming to the new home kitchen. Belkin has a new Crock-Pot WeMo Smart Slow Cooker, which can be controlled remotely via smartphone and will be available in March plus Kolibree has a new internet-connected toothbrush, which records your brushing habits through a smartphone. No longer will parents have to ask their kids if they’ve brushed.
It’s all part of the tech revolution that is gathering momentum.
For Investors Looking For Huge Growth Potential
I am thrilled to announce that one of Canada’s premier technology analysts and investors, Brent Holliday, CEO of Garibaldi Capital Advisors has accepted my invitation (maybe more accurately put as begging) to speak at the World Outlook Financial Conference in Vancouver on his rules for picking technology winners. (January 31st and February 1st)
While on a larger scale Brent is interested in what the same things that we are – namely finding some potential monster winners. Last year Brent may have done over $100 million in transactions but the rules of how to find companies with huge potential are the same.
I am unequivocal in stating that investors must get familiar with these areas. The World Outlook Financial Conference is your chance to not only hear renowned analysts like Martin Armstrong, Mark Lebovit, Peter Grandich and get Ryan Irvine‘s World Outlook Small Cap Portfolio, 2014. It is also an opportunity to get familiar with the most important investment opportunities of the next generation.
It is going to be incredibly thought provoking – and a lot of fun.
For more info go to www.moneytalks.net/outlook