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Posted by Glenmore 2012-11-07 17:02||
#2 Real estate? So my underwater home will float up and out and become a bonanza? So I should re-do the kitchen, right?
Posted by Bobby 2012-11-07 18:23||
#3 The only stocks I'd buy are those in the 3D printing business, which looks to be as revolutionary as the computer and the internet.
And is going to crash the China business model.
Posted by phil_b 2012-11-07 18:27||
#4 And if you looking for a business to start, within 2 years we will see 3D printing store fronts producing small parts for all manner of things.
Will customer service phone lines be replaced with at home 3-D printers that can print replacement parts and upgrades? In the future will companies like Elevation Labs issue physical patches until a proper replacement can be produced? Haughey thinks so and writes Any industry that involves physical objects and small parts is ripe for 3D printing becoming a huge thing (and a problematic thing for stakeholders involved). I know friends that can rapidly produce any part of a R/C (remote-controlled) car or plane that breaks, which is cool for them, and problematic for the manufacturers of R/C parts.
Posted by phil_b 2012-11-07 19:10||
#5 If only I had money to put into those stocks. Which I don't. Better go look up government programs to get money from so I can put it into those stocks!
/sarc (only somewhat, I don't have money really)
Posted by Charles 2012-11-07 23:11||