1. ‘Utilizing synthetic intelligence to vary individuals’
“When you think of Artificial Intelligence, you have to start with Nvidia. Everyone sees this as a semiconductor company, but it’s really a platform for machine learning,” Kramer said. “Then there’s the artificial intelligence of communication that lets the computer look like real people. It’s Five, Call Center software play.”
2. ‘The Metavers’
“Who arrives first on Metavers? My money is on Roblocks, a popular online gaming platform that makes it easy for users to create their own digital experiences,” Kramer said.
3. ‘Electric Vehicles’
While pointing Raven’s shares have risen since last week’s IPO, Kramer said, adding that the Lucid Group is worth watching. “Luxury Performance Electric Vehicle Manufacturer જીત Just Won MotorTrend’s Car of the Year Award,” he added. “Who doesn’t want to be the next Tesla?”
4. ‘Financial Technology’
Fintech, in short, is becoming an obsession with Silicon Valley, Kramer said. “On the West Coast, they’re more into engineering than financial engineering.”
Buy it now, then pay the company Efirm and its CEO Max Levchin, who “are trying to get credit card companies out of the consumer lending equation because they now keep firms trapped in their financial chains.” Levchin was a co-founder of PayPal.
“You want to take a real revolutionary on banking, you need to talk to the people who run the square,” Kramer said.
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