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Recommendation by Motley Fools
08-01-2014, 11:17 AM.
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RE: Recommendation by Motley Fools
http://www.fool.com/video-alert/stock-ad...1719749497

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08-01-2014, 01:39 PM. (This post was last modified: 08-01-2014, 01:58 PM by specuvestor.)
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RE: Recommendation by Motley Fools
(08-01-2014, 10:24 AM)kagemusha Wrote: lol, enjoy your stay in India eating curry.
Yes, I believe it will be a world changer.
The world moves on, people move on.
Even the most backward country will be affected as people with new technology will go there, to explore, to study, to help etc....
Just the fact that you are able to send this message in the so called non developed part of India is proof.

Curry eating will not change much though.
Unless they invent synthetic curry lol.

Point is changing the world has different meaning for different part of world than we instinctively assume. IPv7 means little to those who can't afford curry, and it's not a small number

No doubt Internet is going to be even more connected. But changing the world world is diminishing return since the days of Mosiac or Veronica
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08-01-2014, 03:40 PM. (This post was last modified: 08-01-2014, 03:42 PM by kagemusha.)
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RE: Recommendation by Motley Fools
(08-01-2014, 01:39 PM)specuvestor Wrote:
(08-01-2014, 10:24 AM)kagemusha Wrote: lol, enjoy your stay in India eating curry.
Yes, I believe it will be a world changer.
The world moves on, people move on.
Even the most backward country will be affected as people with new technology will go there, to explore, to study, to help etc....
Just the fact that you are able to send this message in the so called non developed part of India is proof.

Curry eating will not change much though.
Unless they invent synthetic curry lol.

Point is changing the world has different meaning for different part of world than we instinctively assume. IPv7 means little to those who can't afford curry, and it's not a small number

No doubt Internet is going to be even more connected. But changing the world world is diminishing return since the days of Mosiac or Veronica

It is my belief that the world will get better and not worse.
Can't be help, I am an optimist. Tongue
So, while some part of the world may not be in the best of shape, I do not foresee that it can get worst, other than some natural disaster of epic proportion happening.

In that case, technology adoption is simply, a matter of time.
Consider than, how many years ago, was it that people are using 2400 bps modem to access bulletin board, compare that to the internet we are using now?
Is not the internet considered "world changing", that impacted billions of people?
Now consider that the internet as we know it now, impacting everyday things that we use and do. From how we use them to what they can now do, is that not "world changing" of epic proportion?

Hypothetically speaking, if cooking a pot of curry and the curry spilled over and kill the fire but not the gas. If the stove can detect the gas and off the gas immediately and alert the housewife that this has happened.
Is this not something that can help improve the life of people, even in the lowest rung?

Or should we imagine that in such a case, a gas leak happened and subsequently fire broke out and consume the house with its inhabitants?

Just because some countries are not that advanced, means that they do not find innovation useful.

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10-01-2014, 10:38 PM.
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RE: Recommendation by Motley Fools
Deciphering Motley Fool’s “R.I.P., INTERNET: 1 Explosive InterWorld Stock for 89x your Money by 2020″

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11-01-2014, 10:28 AM.
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RE: Recommendation by Motley Fools
They are talking about spectrum and congestion of wireless data flow :
http://www.fool.com/investing/general/20...ation.aspx


Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions 2012 - Deloitte
http://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Del...202012.pdf
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13-01-2014, 09:06 AM.
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RE: Recommendation by Motley Fools
Motley fools has interesting recommendations, I had been a subscriber before. They are gunning for companies with game-changing technologies and stocks that will grow 3x, 5x, 10x. Not the kind of standard value and dividends stock. They usually recommend high PE stocks and this is one of their criteria.

If you buy 10 of their recommendations, the 3 or 4 winners will pay for the rest of the losers. So if you just buy 1, chances are it may not be the winning stock. Recent winners have been the 3D printing stocks where they started recommending 2 years ago (up by 300%-400%). Just be ready for a wild ride.

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28-09-2017, 09:25 PM.
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RE: Recommendation by Motley Fools
Hi,

I would like to have advise on the Motley Fool Gold Singapore membership ($1700/yr). Is their recommendation good? Thanks

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