Economic measures and concepts like GDP, inflation, business cycles and supply chains that were created decades ago are being disrupted and altered. These changes affect asset values, unemployment, stock valuations, barriers to entry, as well as regression and correlation analysis. This book discusses how to adapt to these changes with newer and better tools that help you make investment and business decisions.
The book's short pragmatic chapters grouped by topic with original research and real-life anecdotes delve into how technological and societal developments have changed the meaning and value of traditional economic data-points, predictive tools and business concepts. Robert S. Kricheff provides specifics on new and more valuable data sources as well as better methods for applying the information to investing, business, and even your career.