The Launch of Revolutionary Tech Investor


You might expect to hear from Dan Denning today.

So you may be surprised to see me (Kris Sayce) and Nick Hubble manning the stall. I usually spend my time at the Daily Reckoning’s sister publication, Money Morning.

But there’s a good reason for the switcheroo.  

You see, over the last six months I’ve been working on a special project. It began with me pitching an idea to my publisher and the executive team here in Australia.

It was a tough pitch. After all, I was asking my publisher to spend a lot of money supporting this idea — including hiring a full-time technology analyst.

Anyway, it worked. And the culmination of those six months of effort will come to a head on Monday 17 June with the official launch of Revolutionary Tech Investor.

Revolutionary Tech Investor is a ground-breaking service in Australia…there’s nothing else like it. So, what is it?

Perhaps I can best explain by putting it in context…

Despite what you read every day in the mainstream press about banker bailouts, government debt crises, and central bank money printing, the world is on the cusp of a revolutionary moment in history.

I don’t use the word revolutionary lightly. I agree with futurist Ray Kurzweil, who says the 21st century will see more advances in technology than the world has seen in 20,000 years.

It will be a world where killer diseases such as heart disease and cancer could become a thing of the past as scientists use high-tech cell treatments to rebuild damaged organs.

It will be a world where electric cars generate more energy than they use. (Sound impossible? It’s not. One prototype has already achieved this.)

And it will be a world where space travel becomes as commonplace as a trip from Melbourne to the Gold Coast or Sydney to Wollongong.

To put this in perspective, you can take the Industrial Revolution and the Internet Revolution, roll them into one and it will still only be a fraction of the technological change you’ll witness over the next 20 years of your life.

To show you what I mean in more detail, last week I sat down with our new technology analyst, Sam Volkering, to discuss the key events and innovations that will herald the beginning of what I call the Molecular Revolution.

We recorded this conversation, and starting tomorrow, you’ll receive part one of this three-part video series. Each video is 10 minutes long.

  • In part one you’ll learn about the advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and immersive technology. If you don’t know what that is, you will (and understand its importance) after you’ve watched the video.
  • In part two you’ll hear Sam talk about the results of his DNA analysis, including the measures he can take to combat his newly-discovered heightened risk of atrial fibrillation.
  • In part three, Sam explains why commercial space travel is no longer science fiction. In fact, holiday trips to the Moon and Mars could happen well within your lifetime.

I’m really excited about this project. It’s truly like nothing else we’ve ever published. If like me you’re sick of reading about central bankers and government bailouts, and you’d rather read about technology and biotechnology breakthroughs, Revolutionary Tech Investor will be a refreshing change.

It will be a banker-free zone. Think about it. What’s more important to your future? Federal Reserve chairman Dr Ben S Bernanke, or some of the amazing revolutionary technologies I’ve hinted at here?

Anyway, you’ll see what I mean soon. Until then, enjoy the rest of today’s Daily Reckoning, and look out for the first of the three-part series in your inbox starting from tomorrow…


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From the Archives…

A Disguised Depression in the US Economy
7-06-13 – Bill Bonner

A Genuine Economic Recovery Requires a Genuine Bust
6-06-13 – Greg Canavan

Why it’s Going to Get Ugly When Interest Rates Rise Again
5-06-13 ­– Greg Canavan

Big Trouble in the Australian Economy… Everybody Relax
4-06-13 – Greg Canavan

Why Growth Stocks Could be the New Target of the Big Money Hunt
3-06-13 – Dan Denning

Kris Sayce
Kris Sayce, dubbed the ‘Jeremy Clarkson of Australian finance’, began as a London finance broker specialising in small-cap stock analysis on London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM). Kris then spent several years at one of Australia's leading wealth management firms. A fully accredited advisor in shares, options, warrants and foreign-exchange investments, Kris was instrumental in helping to establish the Australian version of the Daily Reckoning e-newsletter in 2005. He is currently the Publisher, Investment Director and Editor in Chief of Australia's most outspoken financial news service — Money Morning.

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3 years 4 months ago
Hehe To those of us who read sci fi none of this is new (Its still exciting), we are just waiting for it to come now. The dreamers have spoken and the world is exciting If you want to see what the world could be like read a couple of authors like these. Peter F Hamilton Neal Asher I have more but I would have to check my library at home. Things I think will happen in the near future (20-30years) – Near AI robots, increasingly replacing low end jobs. Their brains may be getting smarter but senses such as… Read more »
slewie the pi-rat
slewie the pi-rat
3 years 4 months ago
when i was a little pi-rat, cars and planes were the 2 coolest things on the planet. every kid believed that we would have flying cars by 1960. not one doubter @ my elementary school. not one! it was true faith in technology. every time somebody gave us some paper and crayons, we drew the future, but by ’59, all Detroit had managed, from ALL our ideas, which we dutifully sent to the car companies, ALL the time, was the damned fins! for rocket stahbiileeTAY! early on, we even named them the ’50X’ cars, combining our coded roman numeral knowledge… Read more »
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