Back in November of 2022, The Trends Journal had forecast a stock market spike in 2023. We noted that over the past 40 U.S. midterm elections, the S&P 500 rose 16.3 percent in the next 12 months and considering the economic data, the trend would continue.
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For many years now, I have warned that at one point a “maximum saturation” moment would eventually occur in the financial system—it’s already started.
The amount of money owed by governments, businesses, households, and individuals grew by $10 trillion in this year’s first half to a record $307 trillion, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) said in a 19 September report.
Authors looking for permissionless web3 alternatives to Amazon or Barnes & Noble to publish their works have yet to see anything that approaches the ease of use of those platforms.
Sergey Lavrov, the top Russian diplomat, said the U.S. and its NATO allies are in a direct war with Moscow—no matter how these countries try to officially frame it.
While newsrooms across the country are cutting staffers and local news is an essentially dead market, Gannett, the country’s largest newspaper owner, announced earlier this month that it will hire two journalists who will exclusively report on Taylor Swift and Beyonce Knowles.
The Street is surprised, but Trends Journal subscribers aren’t. Ready for this “shocking” Bloomberg headline? “Canada inflation quickens to 4 percent, driven by higher gas prices.”
Last week Bloomberg reported this: “The Bond Market Has Not Flashed a Warning Sign for This Long in Over Six Decades.”
Money market funds’ assets have grown by $1 trillion so far this year, the Financial Times reported, and are poised to end this year with an additional $1.5 trillion if the current pace of deposits continues.
For years, scientists have been developing, with increasing success, AI that can self-learn in more sophisticated ways.
Neural net learning, modeled on the way human brains process and hold onto or discard information, is one of the most advanced ways AI systems “self-learn.”