One day last week, after watching the Dow drop over 500 points, I headed to a dinner party, where I was asked by several people to perform a party trick that I’m all too often requested; to get out my crystal ball.
As a child, I vividly remember the tupperware that my grandmother kept her Raisin Bran in. What seared the cereal container into my memory was the piece of paper she had taped to the front. On the paper was a list of dates going back to the Nixon administration where she had documented every time the contents had been refilled, along with the cost per ounce and which grocery store in town had the best price at each date.
After hearing some stories on the news about companies using robots to increase productivity and reduce their workload, I actually ended up buying a few. They’ve worked out so well I plan to buy as many as I can and recommend that you do the same, as they happen to be great at one thing that we can all benefit from… earning money. Here’s how: