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  1. The decline of the average level of experience in the software industry

    The average number of years of experience for people in the tech industry, particularly IT and software development, has fallen in the last few years. This is mainly due to the rapid rise of popularity of this industry


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  2. What negative prices look like

    A lot of people have trouble with the concept of negative prices, I think directly seeing pictures of what negative prices look like will really help people understand why a negatively priced item is possible and the ways in which such a situation can occur.


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  3. Calling the top of the NASDAQ rally

    Tech stocks have had an amazing bull market lately, but I think we have hit the top now and I'm willing to look like an idiot calling it.


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  4. Gold breaks 2000 USD/ounce

    Gold is now at record highs, multiple world events have transpired lately to push gold past the $2000/USD per ounce mark.


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  5. A bitcoin long squeeze

    More 2020 market stuff, this time the crypto currency Bitcoin.


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  6. The stonks market

    More 2020 market stuff, this time featuring Eastman Kodak and a hoard of retail investors.


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  7. The Kodak stockmarket moment

    This is possibly the most insane stock market movement I've ever seen in my life. Showcasing the true power of retail investment combined with extreme FOMO.


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  8. The future of automation products

    What does the future of automation products look like?


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  9. The great RPA rebranding

    Computers and the IT industry have literally been built directly on top of automation. As such, Robotic Process Automation (often referred to by the acronym RPA) is perhaps one of the most interesting rebranding stories that the IT industry has ever seen.


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