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How to Protect Yourself From the Revolution Today

 

Dear Reader,

Top insiders and CEOs know we are in for drastic change.

The American economy is struggling. The status quo can’t continue.

The government has gone to great lengths to boost the economy. It’s pumped over $4.4 trillion into the market.

This experiment is bound to end badly. It’s a serious problem.

The government is scrambling to patch the American economy. Our politicians can only react. They spend their time fixing, not preventing the problems.

Smart investors have taken notice and a closer look. They’re taking protective measures.

Actions need to be taken today to protect your estate and family.

The root of the problems we’re seeing today is a direct effect of a massive revolution underway. Both Wall Street and Washington are struggling to keep up.

The revolution is changing the complete framework of our society.

Where you send your kids to school, how you shop, where you eat, your healthcare, energy… it’s all changing.

This revolution is the reason jobs have begun disappearing. Both blue AND white collar jobs. In fact, this revolution could soon put up to 90% of working Americans out of a job.

The great revolution I’m talking about is… Software and Robotics

Software and robots can already replace over 40% of jobs today. And more jobs disappear as machines advance.

Don’t believe me? Let me prove it to you.

Moore’s Law states that computers’ overall processing power will double every two years.

To put it in perspective, imagine you have one penny and each day it doubles. So in day two it’s two pennies. Day three it’s four pennies… In just one month the one penny turns into over $10 million.

Starting with One Penny

This example is similar to the change in technology we’re experiencing today.

Technological progress is allowing robots to perform more complex tasks. Robots paired with big data and artificial intelligence are changing every industry.

Businesses must implement robots and software to stay competitive. Robots perform tasks at low costs. They’re simply more efficient.

For example, big grocery stores are phasing out workers with self-checkout lines. Political and telemarketing calls are automated. Customized online courses are replacing teachers. And online messaging is replacing postal jobs.

I’ve listed 20 jobs in the slide below that have high risk of automation…

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The more repetitive the task, the easier it is to replace.

Finding a good job keeps getting harder. Many college graduates are forced to take jobs they’re overqualified for. The number of part-time and unemployed Americans is increasing.

Widely stated economic unemployment data is misleading. The unemployment rate (U3) comes in at under 6%. But this number leaves out a large portion of the population.

The job market isn’t in great shape. Take a look…
U.S. Job Creation by Decade

This chart shows U.S. job creation by decade.

You can see that job creation is in a long-term downtrend.

In the 2000s we saw zero job growth. Today we’re seeing a little growth.

So how many Americans actually have a job? As you can see in this next chart, not many.

Civilian Employment-Pop. Ratio

The chart above shows over 40% of working age Americans don’t have jobs today. In 2000, only about 35% didn’t have jobs.

Many other economic indicators also point towards job loss and a deteriorating economy. For example, millions of manufacturing jobs have been replaced in the last decade.

Employment trends simply don’t look good. Software and robots are replacing human labor.

Now, fewer jobs paired with another powerful trend is putting even more stress on our economy. The trend I’m now talking about is… Population Growth

Today the world population is about 7.3 billion people. That’s up over 400% in 100 years. You can see in the chart below the world’s human population has skyrocketed.

World's Population

The United Nations projects the world’s population will hit almost 10 billion by 2050. The world’s exponential population growth is tied closely to technological advancement.

Technology doesn’t only replace jobs. It increases life expectancy. Innovation in safety, agriculture, and healthcare has pushed the world’s population to new heights.

The trends are clear…. More people and fewer jobs. Higher skilled workers are fighting for fewer jobs.

New software and robots are pushing these trends forward.

Yet, some folks still might argue just as many jobs are created as there are replaced… I believe the data I’ve shown you above speaks for itself. But to further counter this belief, let’s compare today’s software and robotics revolution to the industrial revolution.

The industrial revolution began in the late 1700s. Factories shifted from hand production to machines that were often powered by steam. Jobs were lost… but new low skill level jobs were created. The folks that lost their jobs could learn how to operate the basic machines within a day. They seamlessly transitioned to the new jobs.

One machine from the industrial revolution only replaced a few workers. But today, one new software program can eliminate thousands of jobs. A programmer working from their comfy chair at home can impact the workflow of hundreds of businesses.

On top of the drastic difference in jobs replaced, the new good jobs created today take years to learn and master. Yet, there is the threat that even the new jobs will be replaced as they’re being learned.

It’s clear the revolution today is not creating as many jobs as it is replacing. The evidence is strong.

Large companies can develop quickly today with a small workforce. YouTube for instance had only 65 employees when Google acquired it for $1.65 billion. That’s over $25 million per employee. Instagram had only 13 employees when Facebook acquired it for $1 billion. That’s over a $75 million valuation per employee.

The robotics and software revolution is shifting more money towards the top workers and investors.

The chart below shows total corporate profits (after tax).

Corporate Profits

Robots and software are obviating the need for human workers. As a result, companies’ profit margins rise. Businesses retain a larger piece of the revenue they generate.

The chart below shows national income going to human labor.

U.S. Labor's Share of National Income

Although national income has climbed over the last 50 years, human workers receive a much smaller piece of it today.

Wealth is concentrating in the hands of investors. The “We are the 99%” or “Occupy Wall Street” movement was well founded. The government needs to and will take more from the savers to give to the poor.

Occupy Wall Street - Jerry Levy
Photo by Jerry Levy

Current capitalism will falter if left on its own… Already we’ve seen a massive increase in the welfare state.

Since Obama took office food stamps alone have grown about 30%. Food stamps were renamed Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The chart below shows the expansion of this welfare program.

SNAP Growth

The government is pumping about $70 billion annually into the SNAP program… But this is only one of many welfare programs today. Some researchers estimate total state and federal welfare spending is nearing $1 trillion.

Governments are also trying to counter the natural job loss from technology through new regulations and projects.

In the 1960s economist Milton Friedman traveled to China. Upon visiting a worksite, he was shocked to see so many workers with shovels and no modern tractors. He then asked why no machines… The government official responded that the project is a “jobs program.” Friedman then famously replied “Why not give the workers spoons instead of shovels?”

Governments are creating many bogus/pointless jobs to prop up employment numbers. With the trend of technology replacing jobs, there is one certainty… the government will keep creating jobs.

Capitalism can’t thrive if wealth isn’t distributed among the masses.

I hope it’s now clear that the government will take increasing amounts from savers to redistribute… the world’s population is exploding… and robots and software are taking more jobs than they are creating.

All the evidence I’ve shown you points to one conclusion… You need to invest with the Robots… or line your family up at the soup kitchen looking for the growing handouts from the government.


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Rising unemployment is natural as robots take over.

Drastic change is already happening. We hope you take protective measures.

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P.S. This trend isn’t all bad. Technology advances are improving quality of life. Time for leisure activities has skyrocketed. We (humans) have a knack for overcoming problems. We’ll have more free time and minds to put to work on solving our problems.


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