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<p type = "text" content = "In this program Early MarketThe host Chris Hill and analyst Motley Fool, Seth Jayson, looks at some of today's market headlines. "data-reactid =" 11 "> In this program of Early MarketThe host Chris Hill and analyst Motley Fool, Seth Jayson, looks at some of today's market headlines.

<p type = "text" content = "Shares Walmart (NYSE: WMT) an earnestly sunny earnings report – there are a number of areas that investors should look out for in the future. Tapestry (NYSE: TPR), the parent company behind the brands like Coach and Kate Spade, concentration after reporting earnings. But while the company is trading at a low 10-year level, investors should value carefully treating this one. Also, Seth restores some take-away shops from yesterday's YouTube session about investing in AI (artificial intelligence) and AR (increased reality) – how is it harder for individual investors, the types of companies that are looking more t closer to them, and more. "Shares Walmart (NYSE: WMT) an earnestly sunny earnings report – there are a number of areas that investors should look out for in the future. Tapestry (NYSE: TPR), the parent company behind the brands like Coach and Kate Spade, concentration after reporting earnings. But while the company is trading at a low 10-year level, investors should value carefully treating this one. Also, Seth restores some take-away shops from yesterday's YouTube session about investing in AI (artificial intelligence) and AR (increased reality) – how is it harder for individual investors, the types of companies that are looking more t closer to them, and more.

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<p type = "text" content = "This video was recorded on 15 August 2019."data reactid =" 17 ">This video was recorded on 15 August 2019.

<p type = "text" content = "Chris Hill: It is Thursday, August 15th. Welcome to Early Market!! My name is Chris Hill. I'm Seth Jayson in the steering house. Thank you for being here! "Data-reactid =" 18 ">Chris Hill: It is Thursday, August 15th. Welcome to Early Market!! My name is Chris Hill. I'm Seth Jayson in the steering house. Thank you for being here!

<p type = "text" content = "Seth Jayson: Your welcome! I should be watching out on the tape 'ticker'; coming out of those things we have about glass as a roasted pheasant which shows us what stocks are being made, because it's up and down. Although we are here, we do not know whether we should be distressed or wearing monocles and top hats. "Data-reactid =" 19 ">Seth Jayson: Your welcome! I should be watching out on the tape 'ticker'; coming out of those things we have about glass as a roasted pheasant which shows us what stocks are being made, because it's up and down. Although we are here, we do not know whether we should be distressed or wearing monocles and top hats.

<p type = "text" content = "Jayson: [laughs] We can't do both. "Data-reactid =" 21 ">Jayson: [laughs] We can't do both.

<p type = "text" content = "Hill: We will be talking about retail today. We'll talk to artificial intelligence since you and I and Jason Moser – I had a good time on YouTube yesterday. "Data-reactid =" 22 ">Hill: We will be talking about retail today. We'll talk to artificial intelligence since you and I and Jason Moser – I had a good time on YouTube yesterday.

<p type = "text" content = "Jayson: I had a good time. We talked about AI yesterday. I want to buy AI. "Data-reactid =" 23 ">Jayson: I had a good time. We talked about AI yesterday. I want to buy AI.

<p type = "text" content = "Hill: Yes, you can go into shops and buy one. Speaking of buying things, start with Walmart. Second store second quarter sales up to nearly 3%. This is a quarterly reminder that Walmart sells tone stuff: $ 130 billion in revenue in this quarter for Walmart. "Data-reactid =" 24 ">Hill: Yes, you can go into shops and buy one. Speaking of buying things, start with Walmart. Second store second quarter sales up to nearly 3%. This is a quarterly reminder that Walmart sells tone stuff: $ 130 billion in revenue in this quarter for Walmart.

<p type = "text" content = "Jayson: Yes. Everyone, including investors – had the stock up 5% or something when I looked at it, close to high level always – very impressed with this. I thought it was a reasonable quarter, but there were some things that surprised me and included a little less. To achieve the good points, this was 20 consecutive years – it was five years – grown. Very good. They got a share of the grocery, which I think is important for Walmart. Grocery is now something like 56% of income. I have to say, as a person who is not very interested in Walmart, in general – I don't like the shopping experience – the grocery is always very excited. I think this is like the story Costco. They have purchasing power, scale. You go in, it turns fast. They usually have good things at good prices. It is good news for them. "data-reactid =" 25 ">Jayson: Yes. Everyone, including investors – had the stock up 5% or something when I looked at it, close to high level always – very impressed with this. I thought it was a reasonable quarter, but there were some things that surprised me and included a little less. To achieve the good points, this was 20 consecutive years – it was five years – grown. Very good. They got a share of the grocery, which I think is important for Walmart. Grocery is now something like 56% of income. I have to say, as a person who is not very interested in Walmart, in general – I don't like the shopping experience – the grocery is always very excited. I think this is like the story Costco. They have purchasing power, scale. You go in, it turns fast. They usually have good things at good prices. It is good news for them.

Bad news if you sell to Walmart, it seems that the total inflation and tariff thing, Walmart must now have, although analysts seem to do this sort of stuff stuff basket and they said you're paying around 5% more than you were last year, what kind of growth contributes that 2.8% comp in perspective. On the other hand, the suppliers who pay more cost to Walmart. So, tell you and buy some things from China that we then reconfigure and / or move on to Walmart – the ones that affect us. This is the Walmart Classic. Back in the day, this is how Walmart was able to steadily lower prices. They have the scale to continue doing so. So, Walmart is grateful to consumers who aren't looking to inflation as a result of the trading war now, a little. But this can only be done so long. You can only squeeze the suppliers while they throw an uncle or they can't do it.

<p type = "text" content = "Hill: I only spend a quarter more for e-commerce. This channel is constantly growing. "data reactid =" 27 "Hill: I only spend a quarter more for e-commerce. This channel is constantly growing.

<p type = "text" content = "Jayson: Something like 37% growth. "Data-reactid =" 28 "Jayson: Something like 37% growth.

<p type = "text" content = "Hill: You mentioned the grocery goods. I think it's great to see a company, especially a company of this size, saying clearly what to do, what is their vision, and then performing against it. For each quarter like this – because I agree with you, this was a good quarter, somewhere in the good field very well. This was not a great quarter for Walmart. But their ability to continue to grow the ecommerce channels of jet.com – I think they paid $ 3 billion with – looks better and better with each quarter as they put them up. "Data-reactid =" 29 ">Hill: You mentioned the grocery goods. I think it's great to see a company, especially a company of this size, saying clearly what to do, what is their vision, and then performing against it. For each quarter like this – because I agree with you, this was a good quarter, somewhere in the good field very well. This was not a great quarter for Walmart. But their ability to continue to grow the ecommerce channels is to get jet.com – I think they paid him $ 3 billion – a better and better look with every quarter like this they put up.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: It does, unless you are concerned about the profitability that exists. And this is where they have to fight a little bit, trying to get rid of one of its … what, ModCloth? One of the online women's clothes they bought, and trying to tighten their zones then, because they lose more money online. And those losses are growing. And they're telling investors that they are trying to do it. And this is interesting and probably unhelpful. Most of us think that online sales should be easy, as once your computers are there, then everything else should be quick. It doesn't work like that. It is part of the reason, you must be crazy advertising, and so on. "data reactid =" 34 ">Jayson: It does, unless you are concerned about the profitability that exists. And this is where they have to fight a little bit, trying to get rid of one of its … what, ModCloth? One of the online women's clothes they bought, and trying to tighten their zones then, because they lose more money online. And those losses are growing. And they're telling investors that they are trying to do it. And this is interesting and probably unhelpful. Most of us think that online sales should be easy, as once your computers are there, then everything else should be quick. It doesn't work like that. It is part of the reason, you must be crazy advertising, and so on.

I think that Walmart's stance in grocery, and their ability to pick up and pick up people, could make that scale faster and make profitability quicker. We hope it works out for them because Walmart is already huge and they need this to make them fit for distribution. You don't want them to lose money or even lose more money on this. They are likely to pull out before this happens. Walmart takes care of your profits. But I want to see that turn earlier.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Well, and we welcome news in the retail industry after yesterday Macy's (NYSE: M), the dumper ritual is on Macy – "data reactid =" 36 ">Hill: Well, and we welcome news in the retail industry after yesterday Macy's (NYSE: M), Macy's is the dumper fire

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Poor department stores. "Data-reactid =" 37 ">Jayson: Poor department stores.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: My memory is not very much remembered that Macy was doing a lot of blame for the consumer, but you look at Walmart's quarters, and any struggling retailer, be careful to say and say, "Well, consumer expenditure varies with what it used to be. "It's like, I don't know, consumers seem to be spending." They may not be wearing your place. "data-reactid =" 38 ">Hill: My memory is not very much remembered that Macy was doing a lot of blame for the consumer, but you look at Walmart's quarters, and any struggling retailer, be careful to say and say, "Well, consumer expenditure varies with what it used to be. "It's like, I don't know, consumers seem to be spending." They may not be wearing your place.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Yes, it is in different places. "data reactid =" 39 ">Jayson: Yes, it is in different places.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Let's proceed to tapestry, which is the Coach's parent company and Kate Spade, a few other brands is also. "Data-reactid =" 40 ">Hill: Let's proceed to tapestry, which is the Coach's parent company and Kate Spade, is a few other brands as well.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Stuart Weitzman. "Data-reactid =" 41 ">Jayson: Stuart Weitzman.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Yes. "Data-reactid =" 42 ">Hill: Can.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Which is not really safe for work, sometimes to go to that website. "data-reactid =" 43 ">Jayson: Which is not really safe for work, sometimes to go to that website.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Really? "Data-reactid =" 44 ">Hill: Seriously?

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: I remember the first time I said, "I don't know who this is," and I looked. It seemed racy. I thought the EU would emerge. "Data-reactid =" 45 ">Jayson: I remember the first time I said, "I don't know who this is," and I looked. It seemed racy. I thought AD was coming up.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Isn't it a shoe designer? Stuart Weitzman? "Data-reactid =" 46 ">Hill: Isn't it a shoe designer? Stuart Weitzman?

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Yes. I remember that the thing I saw was mostly wearing shoes. I'm just saying. Not safe for work. "data reactid =" 47 ">Jayson: Yes. I remember that the thing I saw was mostly wearing shoes. I'm just saying. Not safe for work.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Whatever the strategy, it is not working for tapestry, because there is a 20% reduction in stock this morning. There appears to be a combination of the fourth quarter report that they have produced, which was not great, and then their direction for the first quarter of the new fiscal year, which was certainly lower, both on the profits and the income side. there was side, than Wall Street looking. "data reactid =" 48 ">Hill: Whatever the strategy, it is not working for tapestry, because there is a 20% reduction in stock this morning. There appears to be a combination of the fourth quarter report that they have produced, which was not great, and then their direction for the first quarter of the new fiscal year, which was certainly lower, both on the profits and the income side. side, than Wall Street looking.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: I think it is an existential issue at this stage. When Coach, the company called Coach, decided to be a Tapestry, my name is exactly – I prefer to make calls – "data-reactid =" 49 ">Jayson: I think it is an existential issue at this stage. When Coach, the company called Coach, decided to be a Tapestry, my name is too enjoyable – I prefer to call it as rugs –

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: With Z? "Data-reactid =" 50 ">Hill: With Z?

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Rugz, by Z. He must have that. The idea is there, "Hey, we are more than the brand Coach Lifestyle. We are so good that we can buy other lifestyle brands and see them grow." Now, Weitzman is growing rapidly fast, but it is a small income base and is still non-profit. That's not helping tone now. Kate Spade is not available well. So if you look at this cynical thing, you say, "Well, buyer Kate Spade says they are not so big, and you have this house of brands." And then you have the views of management saying, "No, we are not going to make any acquisitions for a short time." This also suggests that you do not think you know what you are doing or that you cannot find good bargains in this space. None of these cases are ideal for a company you are basically telling you, "Not only are we working as a Coach. We are more than that." "Data-reactid =" 51 ">Jayson: Rugz, by Z. He must have that. The idea is there, "Hey, we are more than the brand Coach Lifestyle. We are so good that we can buy other lifestyle brands and see them grow." Now, Weitzman is growing rapidly fast, but it is a small income base and is still non-profit. That's not helping tone now. Kate Spade is not available well. So if you look at this cynical thing, you say, "Well, buyer Kate Spade says they are not so big, and you have this house of brands." And then you have the views of management saying, "No, we are not going to make any acquisitions for a short time." This also suggests that you do not think you know what you are doing or that you cannot find good bargains in this space. None of these cases are great for a company that is basically telling you, "Not only are we working as a Coach. We are more than that."

The main thing that inspires me, if you look at the multiples – is always dangerous for a company that is not growing enough – it looks like we are sorting 2008 sort, reversal levels multiples here. Just over sales times. The price-to-earn multiple, unless my data provider is tapping properly, somewhere around eight hours? Exactly crazy, even your company like this are struggling. Is it worth? I am going to tackle this because I have a great history of buying companies like this when they have the best values ​​and they get bad results.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Well, you read my mind, because I had to say, "This stock is basically at a low 10-year level now, so I am thinking of the …" I go back to the second name. Whatever we think of the name Tapestry, and I think the two of us … we just say we are not big fans – "data reactid =" 53 ">Hill: Well, you read my mind, because I had to say, "This stock is basically at a low 10-year level now, so I am thinking of the …" I go back to the second name. Whatever we think of the name Tapestry, and I think we are both … we don't say but we are not big fans –

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Grocers are worse, but this one … it makes you want to wrap someone in the head. "data reactid =" 54 ">Jayson: Grocers are worse, but this one … it makes you want to wrap someone in the head.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: It's not amazing. However, the reasoning behind the change of name is a sound rationale. There were many places where they had these multiple brands, and because the name of the company was Coach, if the Coach section of the business was not doing well, weighing the others. So I understand it. Maybe they didn't pick the best name. But these are not bad brands. The bad trainer is not bad. Kate Spade, Stuart Weitzman, are solid brands. I don't think they are worried in a significant way. "Data-reactid =" 55 ">Hill: It's not amazing. However, the reasoning behind the change of name is a sound rationale. There were many places where they had these multiple brands, and because the name of the company was Coach, if the Coach section of the business was not doing well, weighing the others. So I understand it. Maybe they didn't pick the best name. But these are not bad brands. The bad trainer is not bad. Kate Spade, Stuart Weitzman, are solid brands. I don't think they are worried in a significant way.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Well, I think they are in the sense that they do not grow much. Same thing with it Dictators and Uggs. The deckers were doing well, but it's so big – and Deckers has a bigger UGG than the Coach at the Tapestry, which I want to say. So there is a hot brand like HOKA running shoes, which were growing as crazy, growing as crazy, and bought Deckers. The best shoe is my favorite. Many people are buying them. It was not sufficient to offset the serious growth and reduce the incidence of UGG. If you are a family and tapestry for yourself, you are probably fine. You have to alleviate the essays and get only cash flow and these brands are fed in a way that you pay. If you are a public market investor as we are, I think it is more acute. "Data-reactid =" 56 ">Jayson: Well, I think they are in the sense that they do not grow much. Same thing with it Dictators and Uggs. The deckers were doing well, but it's so big – and Deckers has a bigger UGG than the Coach at the Tapestry, which I want to say. So there is a hot brand like HOKA running shoes, which were growing as crazy, growing as crazy, and bought Deckers. The best shoe is my favorite. Many people are buying them. It was not sufficient to offset the serious growth and reduce the incidence of UGG. If you are a family and tapestry for yourself, you are probably fine. You have to alleviate the essays and get only cash flow and these brands are fed in a way that you pay. If you are a public market investor as we are, I think it is more acute.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: David Gardner is our guest Motley Fools this weekend, so plan accordingly. Just a small house note. "Data-reactid =" 57 ">Hill: David Gardner is our guest Motley Fools this weekend, so plan accordingly. Just a small house note.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Does that mean, for example, that you get your 12-part diary? "Data-reactid =" 58 ">Jayson: Does that mean, for example, that you get your 12-point death?

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: No. Get ready to take some notes. "data reactid =" 59 ">Hill: No. Get ready to take some notes.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Make some notes? I want to play D&D [[[[Dungeons & Dragons] by David. Does that still do? "Data-reactid =" 60 ">Jayson: Make some notes? I want to play D&D [[[[Dungeons & Dragons] by David. Does that still do?

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: I do not know. "Data-reactid =" 61 ">Hill: I do not know.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: I hope so. "Data-reactid =" 62 ">Jayson: I hope.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: I have never played Dungeons & Dragons. "." data reactid = "63"Hill: I have never played Dungeons & Dragons.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Oh, it's fun, and I think it would be much more fun with David. I must go to the night game. "Data-reactid =" 64 ">Jayson: Oh, it's fun, and I think it would be much more fun with David. I must go to a game night.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Yes, I had to say, I think it is so easy to fix, because David's enthusiasm for table games. Yes, I promise you could say that. So, as I mentioned at the top, yesterday afternoon, you and Jason Moser and I made a live event on YouTube. Thirty minutes. Took questions from the audience. But the main subject we were talking about was artificial intelligence, the increased reality, areas you and Jason have recently tackled. After some of the Q&C live on YouTube, it was my experience of hosting the person, we have content that we are talking about, and when the questions begin to come in, the questions in general, whatever stock a person's intention is. It is a wide area. I was pleasantly surprised to see, the questions we were getting yesterday were almost across the program regarding AI and AR, which tells me a few things. People in both areas are very interested. And two – and this is something we talked about on the video – there are so many applications. I said I tend to think of an increased reality, that is my first progress Pokemon Go. I'm only very narrow – "data-reactid =" 65 ">Hill: Yes, I had to say, I think it is so easy to fix, because David's enthusiasm for table games. Yes, I promise you could say that. So, as I mentioned at the top, yesterday afternoon, you and Jason Moser and I made a live event on YouTube. Thirty minutes. Took questions from the audience. But the main subject we were talking about was artificial intelligence, the increased reality, areas you and Jason have recently tackled. After some of the Q&C live on YouTube, it was my experience of hosting the person, we have content that we are talking about, and when the questions begin to come in, the questions in general, whatever stock a person's intention is. It is a wide area. I was pleasantly surprised to see, the questions we were getting yesterday were almost across the program regarding AI and AR, which tells me a few things. People in both areas are very interested. And two – and this is something we talked about on the video – there are so many applications. I said I tend to think of an increased reality, that is my first progress Pokemon Go. I only have very narrow –

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: You remember those people to avoid the current track, right? They were staring at their phone. "data-reactid =" 66 ">Jayson: You remember those people to avoid the current track, right? They were staring at their phone.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Yes. So that's there. And then, for AI … Well, I was going to say Hal off 2001: A Space Odyssey. "data reactid =" 67 ">Hill: Yes. So that's there. And then, for AI … Well, I was going to say Hal off 2001: A Space Odyssey.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Ooh, AI scary! "Data-reactid =" 68 ">Jayson: AI, AI alarming!

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: So, we start getting all these questions about it, "What do you think about the applications in the pharmaceutical industry?" "What do you think about tourism? Hospitality?" "Data-reactid =" 69 ">Hill: So, we start getting all these questions about it, "What do you think about the applications in the pharmaceutical industry?" "What do you think about tourism? Hospitality?"

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: How did we find a piece of the internet that was so relevant yesterday? It was so awesome! "Data-reactid =" 70 ">Jayson: How did we find a piece of the internet that was so relevant yesterday? It was so awesome!

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Yes, it really was. Have any questions surprised you? "Data-reactid =" 71 ">Hill: Yes, it really was. Have any questions surprised you?

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: No, did not. They were good. There was even the issue of marijuana, which is inevitable, linking with AR. Is, "Hey, do you see any applications here?" And of course, I've done a kind of light. However, if a major marijuana industry was to occur, it would be predominantly agricultural, with a tone of AI applications in agriculture at present. The majority of drone analysis is based on areas, and so on. So IU and AR aren't. And if something marijuana was great, it would be very good. And you are there. "data-reactid =" 72 ">Jayson: No, did not. They were good. There was even the issue of marijuana, which is inevitable, linking with AR. Is, "Hey, do you see any applications here?" And of course, I've done a kind of light. However, if a major marijuana industry was to occur, it would be predominantly agricultural, with a tone of AI applications in agriculture at present. The majority of drone analysis is based on areas, and so on. So IU and AR aren't. And if something marijuana was great, it would be very good. And you are there.

(()) 0 0 0.8 0.8 em em em em em em em em em em. ann ann ann ann inné inné Yesterday's fun talk that investors look at watch AI, to eliminate the hot topic – retail store – from the hottest of ideas.In other words, it is tough to go just trying to find this little weird AI this pure play that technology is going to change the world , and it has to go from a $ 500 million company to a $ 500 billion company. As I mentioned yesterday, the global market for ideas in artificial intelligence is saving from the opportunity for us to do so, many of the stores are AI. fewer are doing interesting things with algorithms or technology, they are private, and when they are interesting, they are bought by another person, which means sifting through companies that we like, and I think there are already strong companies t itself, and then that is They are able to consider what they are doing, to actually increase their effectiveness, by using artificial information. And this does not look at companies that were among the first without computer products or something to sell, but take them, and take them wisely. In the same way as the internet. Yes, there were similar leaders Amazon, a rinne iarracht ar dtús ceapa stuif a dhíol ar an idirlíon, ach ansin tá cuideachta mhaith agat, i bhfad níos déanaí, Lululemon, nó duine a thagann chun cinn agus a deir, "Bhuel, is féidir linn bealach a dhéanamh chun obair ríomhthráchtála a dhéanamh dúinn ar bhealach a oibríonn freisin dár siopaí brící agus moirtéal, agus a dhéanann go leor níos fearr." Caithfidh tú féachaint ar AI ar an mbealach céanna. Déan iarracht teacht ar chuideachtaí ar mhaith leat AI a ionchorprú ar bhealach cliste, toisc go ndéarfaidh gach duine go bhfuil siad ag baint úsáide as AI, ach ní bheidh siad go léir ag baint úsáide as go héifeachtach. "Data-reactid =" 73 "> Bhí sé Caint spraíúil inné.Táim ag cur béime go leanúnach ar iarracht a dhéanamh ar infheisteoirí atá ag féachaint ar AI, stop a chur leis an ábhar te – siopa miondíola – ó theo na smaointe. faighim go bhfuil an teicneolaíocht seo ag dul go mór ó chuideachta $ 500 milliún go cuideachta $ 500 billiún Mar a luaigh mé inné, tá an margadh domhanda le haghaidh smaointe intleacht shaorga á shábháil ón deis chun é sin a dhéanamh, rud atá go maith agus go dona. Tá go leor de na siopaí AI níos lú atá ag déanamh rudaí suimiúla le halgartaim nó le teicneolaíocht, príobháideach, agus nuair a bhíonn siad spéisiúil, ceannaíonn duine eile iad. tá deiseanna dúinn mar infheisteoirí sa mhargadh poiblí i SIF trí chuideachtaí a thaitníonn linn, agus sílim go bhfuil cuideachtaí láidre ann cheana féin, atá in ann cur leis na rudaí atá ar siúl acu, chun a n-éifeachtúlacht a mhéadú i ndáiríre, trí úsáid a bhaint as hintleachta saorga. Agus ní hionann é seo agus breathnú ar chuideachtaí a bhí i measc an chéad cheann gan táirgí ríomhaireachta nó rud éigin a dhíol, ach iad a ghlacadh, agus iad a ghlacadh go ciallmhar. Ar an mbealach céanna leis an idirlíon. Sea, bhí ceannairí cosúil leis Amazon, a rinne iarracht ar dtús ceapa stuif a dhíol ar an idirlíon, ach ansin tá cuideachta mhaith agat, i bhfad níos déanaí, Lululemon, nó duine a thagann chun cinn agus a deir, "Bhuel, is féidir linn bealach a dhéanamh chun obair ríomhthráchtála a dhéanamh dúinn ar bhealach a oibríonn freisin dár siopaí brící agus moirtéal, agus a dhéanann go leor níos fearr." Caithfidh tú féachaint ar AI ar an mbealach céanna. Déan iarracht teacht ar chuideachtaí ar mhaith leat AI a ionchorprú ar bhealach cliste, toisc go ndéarfaidh gach duine go bhfuil siad ag baint úsáide as AI, ach ní bheidh siad go léir á úsáid go héifeachtach.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Cnoc: Go tapa, sula n-ullmhaímid suas, mar gheall ar chur síos na heachtra seo, beidh nasc agam leis an bhfíseán – is féidir le duine ar bith dul go dtí cainéal YouTube The Motley Fool, a bhfuil tú ach youtube.com/themotleyfool. Tá na físeáin saor in aisce. Is féidir leat féachaint ar a lán smaointe stuif a thagann as an bhfíseán sin a rinne muid. Ach ag an deireadh, bhí tú ag iarraidh teacht ar ainm cuideachta Briotanach. "Data-reactid =" 74 ">Cnoc: Go tapaidh, sula dtéimid suas, mar gheall ar chur síos na heachtra seo, beidh nasc agam leis an bhfíseán – is féidir le duine ar bith dul chuig cainéal YouTube The Motley Fool, a bhfuil tú ach youtube.com/themotleyfool. Tá na físeáin saor in aisce. Is féidir leat féachaint ar a lán smaointe stuif a thagann as an bhfíseán sin a rinne muid. Ach ag an deireadh, bhí tú ag iarraidh teacht ar ainm cuideachta Briotanach.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Cúlchistí! Níl, is sean-bhille Bill Mann é sin. "Data-reactid =" 75 ">Jayson: Cúlchistí! Níl, is sean-Bill Mann joke é sin.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Cnoc: Graphcore? "Data-reactid =" 76 ">Cnoc: Graphcore?

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Graphcore, sin é. "Data-reactid =" 77 ">Jayson: Graphcore, sin é.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Cnoc: Mar sin má fhéachann tú ar an bhfíseán, níl a fhios agat ach go bhfuil Graphcore ag baint leis an ainm a bhfuil Seth ag iarraidh teacht suas léi ag an deireadh. "Data-reactid =" 78 ">Cnoc: Mar sin má fhéachann tú ar an bhfíseán, níl a fhios agat ach go bhfuil Graphcore ar an ainm a bhfuil Seth ag iarraidh teacht suas leis ag an deireadh.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Jayson: Graphcore, atá cosúil le cuideachta Super cool. A chip company that&#39;s run by a couple of founders who&#39;ve run chip companies before and done a good job of it. Very interesting. A. But if you&#39;re Dell or Microsoft or others, you can, and you can also buy their products." data-reactid="79">Jayson: Graphcore, which seems like a cool cool company. A chip company that&#39;s run by a couple of founders who&#39;ve run chip companies before and done a good job of it. Very interesting. A. But if you&#39;re Dell or Microsoft or others, you can buy them products.

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "Hill: Seth Jayson, thanks for being here! As always, people on the program may have interest in the stocks they talk about, and The Motley Fool may have formal recommendations for or against, so don&#39;t buy or sell stocks based solely on what you hear. That&#39;s going to do it for this edition of MarketFoolery!! The show&#39;s mixed by Dan Boyd. I&#39;m Chris Hill. Thanks for listening! We&#39;ll see you on Monday!" data-reactid="80">Hill: Seth Jayson, thanks for being here! As always, people on the program may have interest in the stocks they talk about, and The Motley Fool may have formal recommendations for or against, so don&#39;t buy or sell stocks based solely on what you hear. That&#39;s going to do it for this edition of MarketFoolery!! The show&#39;s mixed by Dan Boyd. I&#39;m Chris Hill. Thanks for listening! We&#39;ll see you on Monday!

"canvas-us can-text Mb (0) – mt (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type "text" content "John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, a subsidiary of Amazon, is a member of the board of directors of The Motley Fool. Teresa Kersten, a LinkedIn employee, a Microsoft subsidiary, is a member of the board of directors of The Motley Fool. Chris Hill owns shares of Amazon. Seth Jayson owns shares of Amazon, Lululemon Athletica, and Microsoft. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Amazon, Lululemon Athletica, Microsoft, and Tapestry. The Motley Fool has the following options: short January 2020 $180 calls on Costco Wholesale, long January 2021 $85 calls on Microsoft, and long January 2020 $115 calls on Costco Wholesale. The Motley Fool recommends Costco Wholesale. A policy has been disclosed by the Motley Fool."data-reactid =" 81 ">John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, a subsidiary of Amazon, is a member of the board of directors of The Motley Fool. Teresa Kersten, a LinkedIn employee, a Microsoft subsidiary, is a member of the board of directors of The Motley Fool. Chris Hill owns shares of Amazon. Seth Jayson owns shares of Amazon, Lululemon Athletica, and Microsoft. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Amazon, Lululemon Athletica, Microsoft, and Tapestry. The Motley Fool has the following options: short January 2020 $180 calls on Costco Wholesale, long January 2021 $85 calls on Microsoft, and long January 2020 $115 calls on Costco Wholesale. The Motley Fool recommends Costco Wholesale. A policy has been disclosed by the Motley Fool.

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