AI & Stock Market Trading In The Future – Author & Founder of – Anmol Singh

Anmol Singh,

QuotersCast Host Renee: Today on the Quoterscast, I’m talking to Anmol Singh who is a stock market trader and investor. He’s based in New York. He’s been featured on Forbes, Fox and ABC News. Anmolthe author of the book, Prepping For Success, as well as the founder of LiveTraders at

So I’m really looking forward to speaking with you Anmol and let’s start with livetraders. I’m curious about your background and how you came to found your platform.

Anmol Singh of LiveTraders:

“Yeah, definitely. So I started trading in my dorm room, I went to Brunel University in London. I studied for a business degree, and the way the university’s weren’t there is before you graduate. You have to do a year of internship or a job. I found myself in a situation where I apply everywhere, but couldn’t get a call back. I didn’t get a job, and I saw all my friends getting a great job.

So I really kinda dawned on me that it can’t rely on anybody to have to figure out something to do. So while I was just sitting there, and I was a little introvert kid in my dorm room researching on things that I could do from home.

What else can I start? ‘Cause I have a year that I have to do some sort of work, and that’s where the stock market really caught my eye, caught my attention, and I just started reading a lot of books, taking a lot of courses and really finding the mentors in that area, and while I was in my dorm, I just started trading the stock market and rest has been history, but you started right there in college, and I’ve been doing that ever since. Basically.

QC Host:

Alright. That’s an amazing success story. And I think a lot of people would love to be able to say the same thing. And why is it different for you because I think a lot of people are fascinated with the stock market and they’ve tried it, why did you get success when so many other people don’t?

AS of

Yeah, I think because as you said, a lot of people try it. I go all in, if I wanna learn something about a particular field, a particular endeavor, I devour myself and all the information that I can get my hands on, and that’s also because I think you’re curious about it. I think if you get in it just for the money or the stock market, let’s appealing, it’s not gonna get you through those tough times, ’cause the whole first year I didn’t make any money.

So most people would have already quit by then and say, Oh, this doesn’t work out for me, whereas I just kept going, I kept tracking my trades and maintaining spreadsheets of this type of a trade versus that type of trade, really collecting the different types of data and then finding the right mentors, even if I had to pay a big amount of money to find somebody who was a successful trader and just basically did everything that they told me to do, they took me under the wing as an older gentleman, and you basically talked me out of trade, and then he gave me a job at his trading company and kinda took me under the wing a little bit more, and then eventually we started our own company together, which is life traders today.

QC Host:

Oh, really? Wow, okay, so that’s interesting. So a mentorship as well as being a founder, so take us through how that developed again, it just seems… I appreciate your work ethic, it just seems like almost a little bit like a fairy tale, really the way you describe it, and I don’t wanna take away from your work ethic at all, it just seems like not everyone gets that opportunity, and the fact that your mentor is now a Co-Founder and took you under his wing. What did he see in you that was really special?

AS of

I think in the beginning, I didn’t see anything in it, I had to actually outlay a lot of money to work with him, right, so I’d saved up a lot of money, and his program at that point used to be tens of thousands of dollars, which I say working through college, doing different jobs. I saved about 78,000 and I paid him for taking his programs and taking his courses. That’s kind of how I got there. And that’s how the relationship started. But one of the things that I did that most people don’t is that they would just learn from somebody and then that would be that.

Whereas I would constantly be emailing him, “Hey, what do you think about this trade.” “What do you think about that?” So he could see that I’m actually interested in my own learning and not just one of those people who just purchased a program and never follow through with it.

So, I kept asking them questions and I kept sharing with him… Not even expecting a reply. I would just email him every day, “Hey, here’s what I did today.” They just wanna give you an update. And he kinda liked that and he started giving me feedback back via email and we kept our relationship going.

AS of

Eventually, we got on Skype calls. Back in the day when there was Skype, so we used to get on it. That’s how we did our calls, and that’s how it started. Then one day they were short on staff on their trading company that he was a part of, he’s like, “Hey, you’ve been doing really well with the program and stuff, I need your help, I need you to come on here for an hour.”

“I was like, Oh yeah, I’ll be there.”

And I was there, that’s kind of how I got my foot in the door. Then an internship. That little gig for an hour turned into an internship, then that turned into me working for the company, and then eventually… When that company got bought out, I called him up.

I said, “Hey, are you joining the new company that’s being bought out or… I think we should start our own thing, I’m a case study, right here, you have everything. And as part of the firm, I was splitting a percentage of everything I made from my trading and giving it to the firm, I said, We don’t need to give them a percentage anymore, so I could handle all the online stuff.”

AS of

You can leave it up to me, the online marketing and whatever we need to do for the business. You focus on what you’ve done with me, just teaching others how to do it, and I kind of phrased it as a win-win situation, and that’s kind of how it led to… Livetraders. One thing led to another.”

QC Host: Well, that’s an excellent story to suggest to people, how you can make your own opportunities. To that point, I was taking a look at LiveTraders, and it seems to be a combination of a trading platform as well as a teaching platform, and I also know you’re big on trading psychology, and I think that seems to be a little different. Not a lot of platforms are incorporating all three of those, so can you speak to the uniqueness of your platform?

AS of

So we basically use the same model that was used on me, because a lot of traders usually take about three years for people to really get it, but I was one of the traders in the firm who kind of got it about the year two.

I got it a bit quicker than other people, so I said, “Hey, let’s use the exact same model of people who go through the programs that they have to email us the feedback and do the exact same thing you did with me. And then that’ll be a case study to shorten people’s learning curve and get them the results that they want.

So we say, “Okay, how can we do that?” Well, we definitely need to provide them education, but then not only that, is there any way that they can virtually even sit next to us and watch us do it.

‘Cause it’s one thing to learn from a textbook or a course, but another thing to actually watch somebody do it live in front of you. So then we started the live platform where I meet my partner. We trade every single day, and people get to see it in real time win or lose.

AS of

It’s happening in life. So there’s nothing that could be changed. And I think that also keeps us accountable ’cause what we’re teaching, we’re doing, but then also teaches the student too. Hey, how are they handling themselves when there is a lot of money on the line, or you’re making money then you’re losing money.

How is he emotionally handling it… I think that was important, the missing piece to that, so we just kept adding different tools and things that we can offer to help shorten their learning curve, ’cause that’s what it’s kinda all about right now.

QC Host: Okay, one thing also I noticed about Livetraders is that you seem to have a simpler method, you’ve sort of boiled it down to something that works well and you keep it simple. Please tell us more about that.

AS of

Yeah, I think a lot of people when it comes to trading, they over complicated a lot of it, they wanna look at fundamentals; like let me look at the company and what the CEO is doing. What’s the balance sheet like?

Let’s look at the chart. Let’s look at the indicators. And what happens is you get stuck in the global analysis. Now you’re an analyst, you’re not a trader.

Traders needs to trade. So you get stuck in, well, one thing is telling me to buy, but then the company is not that great, I don’t know…

Don’t know if I should buy. And then you just keep doubting yourself. So, what we’ve done is we’ve created a simple system. Which is just based on price action, we’re not looking at anything else, and what we’ve done with the system as we back-tested it over the last 30, 40, 50 years.

To see that, Okay, this is something that works and that continuously will work in the future as well, so we got it down to something that could be teachable. That you learn that everybody can follow and in an online platform offer a lot of different opportunities for people to learn via live streams, we have educational courses and things of that nature.

QC Host:

Right. Okay, so what would be the best place for people to start if they wanted to or go to the website? And then what would you suggest? And you have the newsletter and you have several offerings, so…

AS of I think the first thing people will need to do is to determine how deep they wanna get into it, like if you’re somebody who already has another job, you’re working on to five, you have another business that’s your main focus that day trading, which is trading in and out every single day. It’s probably not right for you. Right, but then there’s other styles of trading you can do, which is swing trading where you’re holding stocks for a few weeks, maybe sometimes a few days, so you’re not in and out all day like I am… I can do that ’cause that’s my job, I do it every single day, I have to do it. But if somebody is looking to get started, then how much time can you give into this is number one.

Then once you determine that, the next step for you is to go to, where it’s a free account, make an account… You get a free introductory course, you get the guides, there’s hours and hours of free lectures on our YouTube channel, a tons of blog posts, 90% of our stuff that we offer is completely for free, and then obviously, once you learn that and you determine, Okay, I can maybe do this, this is something I can get into, and then that’s the point where you might just email us, get in touch and see how we can help you go further.

QC Host:

Alright, excellent. So what about diversification? Are you into real estate? Do you do options? Anything like that, how does it spill over into other areas?

AS of

Yeah, no, I think that’s the beauty about trading, ’cause I started, as I said, in my dorm room and didn’t have any money to do real estate or any of that, so started with training and the training was a way for me to get the money, so once I generate cash, lower income from my trading, when I take a percentage of my trading profits that automatically gets invested either an index fund or a different stocks, but I’m not really touching, I’m just putting it and I’m keypad into it every month.

So that’s one thing that I do, and then a percentage of my income goes towards my investment fund, so let’s say 10 or 20, 20%. So once that as investment fund is accumulated to a decent investable amount, and at that point, I either look for opportunities that could be the real estate, so I do a lot of Airbnb stuff, not in the US, but internationally, so we have a few properties that we have on Airbnb. And then the other things that I might do is I also angel invest to have about 32 different startup companies that have an investment in, so we would get two to three deals every single day.

People offering their companies or this project and invest in that project, but I only invest in two or three per year, so I look at a lot of deals and I make my decision on which one I invest in, so that’ll be part of the angel investments.

QC Host:

Wow, you’re busy. You’ve been mentored. Do you mentor others? Do you take somebody directly under your wing.

AS of At Livetraders, we do. So, we have a different coaching program, but primarily I’ve been sticking to group coaching just to make the best use of my time. But that’s kind of what I’ve been doing at the moment. There’s certain clients that I work with one-on-one, but they would only be if they’ve already seen a lot of success and maybe now they wanna start a hedge fund, so then I’ll help them with that process to get the ball rolling.

QC Host: That sounds like a big deal, like a hedge fund, and I know in recent years it’s been… There’s a trend with combining a lot of different investments like forex and crypto into a hedge fund, and so can you speak to that? Beause it seems like a bit of a phenomenon now…

AS of

Yeah, I think with the Internet, with technology, especially what recently happened in 2020, people are looking to see what else they can do, so launching a hedge fund has obviously been popularized in the last few years, but I think it’s a risky thing that’s going on ’cause a lot of people are. They’re looking at the funds, they’re good at raising money, they’re good at networking, but I don’t think it’s gonna end well, ’cause these type of firms shouldn’t really be formed in a fun format.

Where now I’m teaching people how to a fund with a traditional hedge fund that will be like a traditional hedge fund, you’re only doing investment in stock markets and you’re not doing everything. I don’t know about how this would play out, ’cause I’ve seen a lot of people who don’t really have the industry experience. However, they have a big network, they’re raising money, and from what I’ve seen lately, it hasn’t been going too well for a lot of people…

QC Host:

That’s interesting. Now, with the QuotersCast, we talk a lot about insurance, and so how does insurance play into what you do, or does it at all… Do you need to mitigate risk… In that way and need insurance.

AS of Yeah, so in trading, we don’t really need insurance per se, but there’s different ways to protect the risk on your trades. Like Options. So if you have a stock, you can always sell an option against your stock, so that way your risk is protected. So those are the strategies that we might employ, but we don’t really have any play in the insurance space per se. Although my Airbnb properties and stuff they require a good amount of insurance…

QC Host: Right, okay, so let’s talk about your book Prepping for Success, and I know you’ve got 10 steps, and I want to go through them a bit and tell us why you wrote the book and what people can expect to get from it.

AS of

Sure, so I initially, this book wasn’t really meant to be published as a book or for me to publish it, it was kind of part of my journal, so I was kinda embarking on a personal development journey when I moved to America and I was kind of finding myself, I was going through my own little journey of attending personal development workshops, seminars, books, courses, hiring trainers, hiring coaches, I’ve spent a lot of money, like six figures, as I’m just working on myself, and then obviously what I realize is that not everybody has that amount. Yet many want to try to learn it.

And there’s a lot of information out there. So initially, this was written as notes to myself, when I land in to America, I was like, Okay, these are things, 10 things I need to do in my own life. I need to operate and live my life by them. If I’m to get to where I wanna go to, which is what I call success…

So that’s what it’s called, Prepping for Success, ’cause I was preparing for success, and then one of my friends, he read the notes, he’s like, This is actually great, you should sell these notes! I’m like, No, these are my journal, I can’t give it to…

He’s like, You should publish it in a book format, and that’s kind of when I hired an editor, we kind of sat together and it turn into a book. So basically, I wrote a book that I wish somebody gave me 10 years ago would have made a life a whole lot easier when I intend to plan on doing the same for other people.

QC Host:

Alright, well, excellent. That’s great. What’s your favorite… Tip for success in on of the 10.

AS of So one of those, this is actually a very simple one, but it’s also the hardest one and also the biggest needle moving one, whether you’re a man or a woman… Have integrity being a person of integrity.

Meaning, do what you said you’re gonna do and then do it. When you said you’re gonna do it, I just think about it, how much would our lives be different if we did every single thing we said we’re gonna do, and then we did it when we said we’re gonna do it, so just operating by that paradigm of, hey, paying a close attention to what’s coming out of my mouth, like really believing in my own words, ’cause that leads to self-esteem and self-confidence, ’cause if you don’t believe in your own word, if you say, I’m gonna do something that you don’t…

Slowly, our unconscious mind starts saying, Well, here she doesn’t believe it. They just keep saying, and they’re not gonna do it, and that leads into a low self-esteem, low confidence, and then that leads into a visual where you keep saying you’re gonna do it, but that you don’t… A lot of people find them so stuck in that loop and just short it…

AS of

So I think that was one of the things to realize is that, hey, whatever I’m gonna say, Make sure I really mean it. Otherwise, I’m not gonna say it, ’cause if I don’t believe in my own word, how do I expect the world, how do you expect the universe to believe in me?

QC Host: Right, I think there’s excellent advice, and I wish more politicians would take it. So it sounds to me like you’ve had such a tremendous rise in your career, what’s been the most difficult part? And how did you handle it?

AS of

How did I handle it? The most difficult part was I have a tendency to get really involved with my work, like my intensity, so to speak, so when I get to into it, then I sometimes can tend to ignore other areas, and that was one of the challenges that I had was like… I was very introverted, I was like, Alright, I’m gonna just sit down and I’m gonna get this done, it’s me and the computer, we’re gonna figure it out. And I had a very kind of not so humble mentality… it was like me against the world, I’ll figure it out.

It was very angry mindset, I had to get a lot of work to go on that, and maybe I don’t know where it was coming from, but it was one of those things that I wanted to improve something to the world, and that was kind of how it was going, but now I’m in a phase of my life where I don’t have to prove anything to anybody, just have to prove something to myself, which is go in to the next level to the hardest challenge was just balancing or trying to manage all of those different areas like social life and then manage your health and manager or finance manager, employees.

AS of

So that could have got it been overwhelming at the beginning, but that’s also because I was in here, so now that I’ve been doing it for a while there, I realized that there’s no such thing as balance, you just try to harmonize everything, create harmony between all those areas.

QC Host:

That’s an interesting view point, ’cause you seem like a young guy… And I was gonna ask about your social life. You seem so busy that you don’t have time to date or find a wife, I don’t wanna pry too much, but how do you sort of harmonize all that…

AS of Yeah, so the way I did it initially, was by not doing anything, it was just work, work, work, and then after that I realized, Okay, you got… What’s the use of the money if you’re not gonna build relationships or have a good family life, so at that point, I kinda made a conscious effort to start get in touch with my family, getting in touch with everybody and amending the relationships and same thing for social life hosting events, I started hosting my own events, inviting people to it, and that’s kind of how I made it happen.

‘Cause I realized that with the things that I’m doing, I wouldn’t have time to hang out with everybody one-on-one, but I can host an event and get everybody together, so that way I can only just do one big event a week or one a month and meet everybody in one go. So that’s kinda how I fix that situation.

QC Host:

Oh, that’s excellent. So where are you based and what kind of hobbies do you do?

AS of I’m in New York City and work on Wall Street and as far as hobbies… That’s a really good question. I always get stumped on that specific question ’cause for me, it doesn’t feel like work for trading as a sport to me, ’cause just like a sports person goes through ups and downs forms, not struggling, then you’re doing well, and trading is more like that.

So a lot of my time is involved with the stock market, advising my clients and things of that nature, but I do love to put on my headphones, go by the water, take a nice little stroll, take a walk, that’s kind of my typical routine, and I host a lot of events, so once a month, we’ll do an event in New York City where we’ll invite everybody, it could be a brunch event, could be a dinner event, could be a big party, and that’s pretty much my… Has specific coffees, although working out, I guess, recently getting back in the habit… That’s one of the things as well.

QC Host: Great, so what do you think about the banking system and some of the things we’ve seen recently, and how have your clients approached you and your students approach you about that?

AS of

Yeah, so the banking situation, the ones I think that have had to fall have already been fallen, and that started with the whole crypto-currency situation, ’cause a lot of those banks had investments in venture capital and private equity and angel investments and crypto projects.

So this was the whole domino effect that started long ago, where FTC was when that fell and that resulted in an other stakeholders losing money, and then they had money store Silicon Valley Bank, and then they ended up losing, so it was like a whole domino effect that slowly trickled down. I do think that the worst is behind us, but there still might be one or two banks still in the news to go, which we’ll find out whether it’s gonna be.

As far as navigating it for me, my students and traders, it doesn’t affect too much ’cause we didn’t have any positions in any of those banks, so that we just mitigated that all together, we try to focus on trades that are not gonna be in the limelight, I call them hype phrase, Everybody in the world is talking about cryptocurrencies or GM or EMC or whatever, things of that nature, we’re always looking for the slow and boring movers that are predictable, that are statistically being tested to give us the return that we’re looking for, so we try to just mitigate all of those situations, the volatility…

AS of

I will say though, it’s a very interesting time that we’re in overall duplicate and politically, but a very interesting turning point is a crossroad where our whole entire, I guess, humanity… Could go here or either you could go there, so we’re kind of right there right now in the next few years will really determine their direction we’re gonna head to…

QC Host: Yeah, I totally agree with you. So it almost sounds like you’re not a big fan of crypto, is that right? Not really.

AS of

I’m not a fan of Bitcoin. I am a fan of crypto, and I’ve found certain projects, but just like any new thing, there’s a lot of bad actors that come into it, just like back in the dot com bubble, internet bubble, you would have seen every single internet stock which is going… It could be called literally. Well, when it was called, just a piece of rock, a billion dollars evaluation. I think that’s what’s happening in the cryptocurrencies. There’s some good solid projects like algorithm.

Those are some good, good projects, but then there’s a lot of noise, there’s a lot of hype… 

There’s a lot of projects that aren’t really gonna go anywhere, they’re just purely based on an influencer or DogeCoin or Chico, they have no utility… No use in the real world. But there still exists, so I think there needs to be one of those down trending crashes where… And after that, you’re gonna see a few cryptocurrencies go down and then 90% of them won’t exist a few years from now.

QC Host:

Okay, well, that’s an interesting forecast. One thing I do know about the insurance industry is that a lot of people predict that if something happens, we’ve just been talking about, it would be the last domino to fall for many reasons, and it’s… The fact is, many of these older well-established insurance companies weather the ups and downs and recessions, the dot com and real estate bubbles very well.

So how do you feel about the industry as a whole, and how does that fit in with your training… Is the insurance industry?

AS of

Yes, yeah. Yeah, I think Tesla, believe it or not, I believe is gonna be the biggest disruptor to the insurance industry, so that’s gonna be very interesting to see, ’cause Tesla is now getting into the share business, so they already offer insurance on their Tesla cars and you could buy insurance from Tesla, now they have a very specific advantage, which is they have all your cars data it… How fast… How much do you break…


Do you serve a lot, they have cameras inside your car heater, you didn’t wear your seatbelt or the car was jerking, you’re breaking… What was the speed? They have all that data, the traditional insurance companies don’t have, so I think a lot of people still think Tesla’s a car company, but I think that’s gonna be the biggest surprise people are gonna get a few years from now…

QC Host: Oh, that’s fascinating. I did not know that, and how… That must be very, very new, I had no idea that they had their own insurance company…

AS of

Yeah, my friend sent me a screenshot of all the data, it says that there’s a test to insurance model on every test owner and their phone, they have an app and it tracks everything from your average speed when your speed was… How much did you break… Did you serve a lot, they put you a safety score, the e-sign you based on which your insurance was gonna be calculated, and every minutia detail which… Where do you drive?

How long do you stay where you part… They have cameras in there. Easel or not. They have all that data, I show me a screenshot, I was like…

And they’ve already started in offering a cartoon Tesla cars just on their own cars, but that’s where it’s headed eventually, when all cars do become Electric and they have that data, Tesla will be weigh in of everybody else, I think that’s where the insurance industry is ready for disruption, and I think Tesla’s gonna get it done

QC Host:

Really. Okay, well, only because I question electric cars, because we’ve seen a lot of footage where the batteries are dangerous, they’ll spontaneously combust, not only that, but people don’t see… We don’t seem to be talking about the fact that it takes fossil fuels to create electricity, and there’s a lot of problems with Tesla, it takes many hours to recharge and it doesn’t go that long.

So… I appreciate what you’re saying, and I know you’re an expert in this area, so I kind of always felt that eventually it would peter out once the money stopped being put into Tesla, it’d be gone. What do you think about that?

AS of

Yeah, so I think majority of… A lot of the subsidies have already ended and Tesla actually had their best quarter and sold more cars than ever before without the subsidies, so I think that that’s already shown that they can still keep that going, and then eventually it’s just…

It’s a friend that is just in my pain, technology is like a one-way street, so once you start something, it doesn’t go back in the bag, developers are not gonna go back in the bag, and you’re also seeing other car manufacturers also start going to leave you out because they realize it’s not even about the EV.

So, it’s about you giving a person the consumer and electric car, but now you have all the data.

It’s all about the data, and they have every little street, they can map out all the streets where you drove and where the pothole was, where it wasn’t, so it’s not really about the… Even in my opinion, it’s all about the electronics in the car that are capturing all that data, and another advantage, I guess, with Tesla is that their full service driving is way ahead of all the competitors, like the Mercedes doesn’t let you change the lane when it’s on for self-driving, so it’s not really self driving.

So Tesl is still way ahead of all of those competitors, and I think just like when cars were brand new, there was a lot of problems with engines and maintenance and all of that, so all of these battery issues all the issues you’re seeing, it’s just a matter of technology that in a year or two, they’re gonna be way better than what they are now, and all of those issues will be fixed, their chargers will be everywhere across the location, which is already happening.

AS of

So I think it’s about a two to three-year window where there’s gonna be acceleration and be adoption for that, as also as battery prices come down, car prices come down, and Tesla is already lowering their prices.

So, I think that’s one of the things to keep in mind. There’s always risks, but traditional auto manufacturers obviously haven’t grown at all, they’re seeing compression, and so that’s where the money is flowing into right now.

QC Host: Alright, yeah, that’s an excellent point about the data. So speaking to that, do you use a lot of artificial intelligence and some type of technology to gather data to make your decisions for trading?

AS of

Not so much for trading, I rely on like we have our systems as guidelines and then we still have an element of looking at it ourselves in the moment, although we do have softwares that I’ve built that helped me manage this trade now that I’m in IT, software can take control and I could do the exit for me, I just have to take the trade myself manually, and then I have my software I could program, I could set it up, it’ll do everything and I can go work out. Basically.

QC Host: Alright, that’s great. Alright, so we’ve come to the end of the time. I really appreciate this and all… Is there anything that you’d like to add before we leave it?

AS of

I just would like to add that there’s obviously it’s one of the very pivotal environments, I think the decisions that people make about their careers professions, whatever it is in this next year or two, they’re gonna be pivotal for the rest of our life.

So I think really potential to which field you’re in, where that’s headed, where that’s doing…

How could you maybe capitalize on using AI thinking in terms of those things would really help people, and obviously there’s… They wanna get into trading or anything like that, feel for… Get in touch with me and I’ll be happy to help you out.

QC Host: That is actually a great point in telling people that the decision they make will have an affect in the next few years.

Just like what we talked about. Things are changing so fast. It makes me think of what do you see are the most advantageous careers and past ways people could go for the next few years?

AS of

Yeah, I think there’s a few careers that I think are not going anywhere, if you’re in sales, it’s not going anywhere, you’re still gonna need it regardless of the field that you’re in, if you’re in marketing, that’s not gonna go anywhere as well, those…

Some feel a in stock market investing, it’s not going anywhere, stock market was here before we were born, it’s gonna be here long after we leave the earth, so there’s certain things like that, but if you’re in a smaller executive kind of role where… Let’s say you are responsible for writing the copy writing for our websites or emails, that’s already just…

ChatGPT already does it.

You can just tell it to write you in the email, write me a sales page for this thing, so those smaller jobs are right for disruption already, and on a bigger scale of things, is that insurance industry and crypto industry, the traditional…

The traditional finance is pretty much on its way out, I think three to five years timeline, but their traditional finances, it’s out of the way and the decentralized finance will take over. So some of the things people can look into his projects like Algerian by an MIT professor. That’s where I’m seeing at least all the academics and all the regulators kind of focus on as maybe the one that CDC could be formed upon…

QC Host: Right, right. Okay, wow. Well, you’ve given us a lot to think about. I really appreciate this, Anmol Really impressive, and I would encourage everyone to go to to check out your work.

AS of Prepping for Success is on Amazon and on Barnes and Nobles and I think even Walmart.

QC Host: Excellent, thank you very much, and I wish you all the best and thanks for being here.

AS of It was good chatting with you. Thanks for having me.


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