The Death of Accountancy

Think robots won’t take your job if you are a CPA or if you push accounts (receivables or payables) around for a living? 

Think again.

Ures truly has been talking to his network of financial terrorists, again.

No, not the ones that shovel pennies around to ISIS/ISIL or the AQ type.  Nope, the financial terrorists I deal with are the ones who set up things like auto payments, micropayments, automated accounting systems and specialize in workforce/process automation.

If you think financial terrorism is something that springs from the mind of ideologues in the Middle East, wait till I show you the short-step process to kill most accounting jobs.

After a few headlines and our Trading Model update, of course.

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1 thought on “The Death of Accountancy”

  1. I wonder if you could comment on this article:

    Here’s a quote:
    “We won’t even broach the subject of the charade of pretending to raise interest rates. How does a producer of a good, in this case, cash, raise its price when it has massively oversupplied the market with that good. As far as I know, if the Law of Supply applies, then the only way to do that is to reduce the supply of the good.”

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