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Entries from June 2007

Social Supertrends that Will “Squash The Stock Market” Over the Next Five Years

June 30th, 2007 · Add Comment

Can you profit on stock market by understanding the trends? Yes, according to the co-founder of Motley Fool website. While doing historical research and studing past stock-price trends is NOT your friend, understanding “demographic supertrends” will help you invest in those industries that will outperform the market. According to Tom Gardner (Fortune, June 25th) these […]

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Digital Youth Trends

June 7th, 2007 · Add Comment

Enjoy this 19 min video lecture presented by Josh Spear on Zeitgeist Europe 2007. Here are some of the “digital youth” trends as presented by Josh: – “Mobile cell as the center of gravity!” – “Micro blogging” – “Virtual gifting” – “Mass Individuality” – “Dating is gaming” Wow! Youth is definitely becoming digital!Tweet

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Arie de Geus: “Learning Faster is the Only Sustainable Competitive Advantage”

June 7th, 2007 · Add Comment

“Learning faster than your competitors is the only sustainable competitive advantage in an environment of rapid change and innovation” Learn more from Arie de Geus, former manager of Royal Dutch Shell, business strategist and author widely recognised as the originator of many of the principles and practises underlying the Learning Organisation concept: http://www.ariedegeus.com/Tweet

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Fastest growing industries: Securities, Oil and Internet

June 1st, 2007 · Add Comment

Top ten fastest growing industries based on most recent Fortune 500 list (% of revenue growth): 1) Securities: 44.1% 2) Oil and gas equipment, services: 31.4% 3) Internet services and retailing: 24.2% 4) Commercial banks: 23.7% 5) Engineering, Construction: 21.8% 6) Hotels, casinos, resorts: 17.1% 7) Health care: insurance, MNGD. care: 17.0% 8)Mining, crude-oil productions: […]

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