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/future trend/ thread

Why Future Trend? So you can see WHAT'S NOT WORKING, and focus on what ACTUALLY works.

So let's get into the low down.

** Malls are dying off. Here is a news link:

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/a-dying-breed-the-american-shopping-mall/
http://www.businessinsider.com/shopping-malls-are-going-extinct-2014-1?op=1
http://www.newyorker.com/business/currency/are-malls-over

Why are malls dying?

Too much over heads - space rental, employees.
Too expensive for the consumers - why do I need to buy an overpriced "gold plated" $40 HDMI cable from future shop when I can get it $1 online AND have it shipped to my home

** Big MEDIA retails are dying off. Example: Blockbuster vs Netflix

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4GjI8mNW2Q

Blockbuster was a media retail giant and it died because netflix took over. Why did Blockbuster died? Because Netflix is cheaper and more convenient.

Why do I want to drive to Blockbuster, rent a video and return it 3 days later, when I can watch on Netflix anytime I want, whenever I want?

What this means to you:

The future consumption of media is netflix, Amazon streaming etc. It's all about streaming into the tablets and smart phones. It isn't the "future" - it's now. It's mostly the baby boomers that still subscribe to cable TV.
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>FUTURE

LMFAO

Bro, every new business should always consider oline retailing and commerce these days.

No space to rent, no employees, everything is automated and it's all online.
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Who needs hulu and Netflix to give you what you want a week after TV where Googling "watch TV show sXXeYY online" can get you the episode an hour before TV on the west coast for free?
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>>1032558

Despite what the haters say, I think VR technology is gonna be HUGE.

I think the automated car is still 10 years away at least.

China will be back, just gotta give them time.

VW will definitely be back. Give it 6 months for some more dust to settle, then invest.

Student loan bubble is for real, although IDK what that pop is gonna look like and how significant any reprocussions are gonna be.

Next president is gonna have a significant impact on what happens next with USA economy. More so than in the past.
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OH WOW WHAT IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS

Are you still trapped in 2005, OP? You're not predicting anything, you're just explaining the present (especially the Blockbuster example -- they've been out of business for years).
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>>1032558
i'm curious as to what malls will be turned into. i can see a lot of use for the mall buildings

e-commerce needs a physical location to test out products and stuff for customers (like when people buy phones), and I predict that will happen soon
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Bitcoin will be the future of ecommerce.
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>>1032584

What the fuck?

I did 10 million dollars in e-commerace last year, had to buy a 2 million $ warehouse, pay $500,000+ in salary expenses.

There is no such thing as no rent, no employees, and automated.
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>>1032683
I meant for startups idiot

And for retail, the shop space rent is gone. So if you want a franchise, you just need one good website as your storefront.

Of course if youre doing large scale shipments and store, you will require a warehouse and people to package and ship
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>>1032688

Sure, no rent and no labor costs when you make $20,000/yr!

The best e-commerace business are built intertwined with brick and motor-
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Probably internet shopping has harkened a bit. Theres also the shitty space rental sizes and costs not to say people have gone lazier over the years. In the end amazon and Netflix will become a monopoly, but not like orwellesque something more liberal than that.
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>>1032679
server rooms.
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Future changes can sometimes be fusion of service and product into one.

Imagine in the future that smartphone manufacturers owned the networks. That would make phone choices much harder.
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>>1032558
Malls are dying because parents drop teens off to socialize and wander around. Malls are more entertainment venues than shopping experiences. Anyone remember Bombay stores? Malled to death.
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>>1032558

>future trend

Less white people. Find a way to profit from that.
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>>1032584
/biz/ needs a minimum IQ filter to stop posts like this
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>>1032558
Who's this semen demon?
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>>1033915
bump for answer
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>>1033213
Short quality neighborhoods.
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>>1032605
>le VR meme
>no means-ends analysis
>no productivity analysis

you only want it to work to fit your aesthetic, but most people would see it as picril.
also VR doesn't provide any practical usefulness save for scooby porn
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>>1034943
>scooby porn
>not useful
Degeneracy is profitable,my man
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amazon is the future

no wait i mean google

no wait forget all that people are gonna keep shopping at walmart

nevermind
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>>1032558
Ok, my predictions:
>Wars will get more numerous, and drones will get smaller. Weapons will continue to become open-source despite attempts to prevent it.

>Corporations will continue to become more powerful, Governments will continue to take the blame for trends they can't control

>This time, the limiting factor for social order will be Panem, not Circenses (that is to say, we'll run out of bread before we run out of circuses). Agriculture will continue to be a great hedge, but only if someone intelligent is running the farm.

>Climate change deniers will continue to convert to anthropogenic climate change deniers. Scientists will continue to wring their hands and write reports nobody reads.

>Ideology, particularly religious or quasi-religious, will continue to rise in importance as state and employer affiliations continue to decline in importance. If you're charismatic, it's a good year to start a cult.
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>>1035124
>If you're charismatic, it's a good year to start a cult.
Kek. You'll have to fight Deepak for market share methinks.
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>>1035144
Speaking of Deepak, is there any way to go long on whatever he sells?
Fuck people are stupid ;_;
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>>1035144
Nah. Clearly he's a lover, not a fighter

In all seriousness though, I think the trick would be to find an unexploited niche. I'm considering marketing mine towards 'bugs' (mentally ill prisoners).

Now if only I were charismatic...
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>>1032679
where i live they turned one of the malls into a mega church. so strange seeing a massive building with crosses all over it connected to a Burlington Coat Factory (that store is still active)
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>>1035650
Haha, seriously?

#calledit #bicheslovecanon
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look up 2070 paradigm shift by sam hyde if you want to earn the big bucks
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>>1035883
i'm sam hyde
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>>1035897
yes
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