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They Work Hard for the Money

Written by Jason Williams
Posted June 6, 2022

They work hard for the money! So hard for it honey!

They work hard for the money and they could pay you tonight!

I just couldn’t resist.

I’m writing about robots today and their rapid adoption since COVID sent human workers home.

And I’ve got your dad’s sense of humor (which you already knew)…

But the thing is, robots really do work hard for the money.

They’re jumping to the rescue to solve the massive global labor shortage we’re currently experiencing.

They’re bringing manufacturing jobs back to Europe and the United States.

They’re even helping companies tackle sustainability issues…

And in the process, they’re saving those companies billions of dollars.

The best part: Some of those companies are passing those savings on to people just like YOU!

passing the savings on to you

But before I get into that, let’s talk about just how rapid this adoption is and how fast it’s expected to accelerate.

Taking the Top Spot

I’ve been doing a lot of research into robotics and how it’s going to revolutionize pretty much every industry on the planet lately.

But even I was surprised by the analysis my friends at CB Insights shared with me the other day.

Literally since the creation of the first industrial robot, those robots have dominated the automobile industry.

No industry used more robots. No industry ordered more robots. No industry could really use more robots.

Literally every other industry combined ordered and used less robots than just the auto industry alone.

At least until this past year, that is…

You see, workplace orders for robots soared in 2021. And they’ve kept on that same trajectory in 2022 as well.

According to CB Insight’s analysis and the Association for Advancing Automation's data, US orders surged a phenomenal (and a record) 40% in the first quarter of this year.

And all those orders added up to knock the auto industry down a peg or two.

As of this year, the other industries have combined to order more robots than the auto industry for the first time in history:

Annual Orders for Robots in North America

And that’s because robots are becoming cheaper, more efficient, more accurate, and safer to use.

Every Aspect of Your Life

And as that “other industry” part of the column gets bigger and bigger, robots are going to make up an even bigger part of our day-to-day lives.

We’re already seeing robot servers step into restaurant roles that are getting hard to fill with humans.

Here are two, Bella and Rosie, that work in restaurants here on the East Coast:

BellaBot + Rosie

They’re programmed to recognize each restaurant’s layout and tables.

They don’t fight with customers or the rest of the staff. They NEVER call out sick.

They don’t take days off and they don’t need medical benefits or $25 an hour plus tips.

They cost about $10,000 a piece if you buy one. And you can lease them for about $1,000 a month.

That’s a pretty massive cost reduction for any restaurant. And it’s clear this is just the tip of the iceberg.

But that’s not the only place robots are making waves. They’re literally popping up everywhere…

From drawing blood and transporting patients at hospitals:

Nurse Robot

To defending our borders:

Robot Soldier

To walking our dogs:

Robot Dog Walker

They’re coming, and they’re coming to make every aspect of our lives much easier.

And they’re also going to make a particular group of investors an outlandish amount of money while they’re at it.

“Robot Royalites”

They’re part of a savvy group that recognized the rising tide in robotics and went looking for the best way to profit from it.

They didn’t want to bet on the companies implementing them, though. There are tons of those, and there’s no way to know which will use its robots to dominate the industry.

But they knew there had to be a way. I mean, just think about those robot servers for a minute.

Restaurant owners who “hire” one of those pay, at most, $12,000 a year for a worker who’s available 24 hours a day, seven days a week…

Instead of paying a server $50,000 a year plus benefits.

That’s an extra $63,000 in retained earnings for every new robot (including the cost of benefits).

And that’s just one robot serving drinks at happy hour.

Add them all up and you’re starting to see tens, even hundreds of billions of dollars saved.

And all that money has to go somewhere, right? That’s what this group assumed.

And they were right.

The majority of it goes to shareholders in the companies saving the money in the form of stock buybacks. Some goes to continued research and development.

But a sliver of those billions and billions of dollars these robots are saving those companies is getting paid out to regular investors like YOU.

That’s the secret this group of investors discovered. It’s the secret I recently uncovered as well.

It’s how members of my investment community,  The Wealth Advisory, are capitalizing on the rapid acceleration of robotics in every industry.

And it’s how I want you to take advantage of this massive shift in industry too.

So I’ve compiled all the information I’ve been able to gather into an exciting presentation for you.

I’ll detail the growth of the industry, where robots are now, and where they’ll be in the future.

I’ll let you in on all the major companies making massive pushes to automate.

And I’ll show you how you can start collecting small payments every time a robot rolls off the assembly line, completes a task, or takes a job from your fellow humans.

It’s all here for you. All you have to do is watch and take action on my advice.

I really hope you will. It could be the best financial decision you ever make.

To your wealth,

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Jason Williams

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After graduating Cum Laude in finance and economics, Jason designed and analyzed complex projects for the U.S. Army. He made the jump to the private sector as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he eventually led his own team responsible for billions of dollars in daily trading. Jason left Wall Street to found his own investment office and now shares the strategies he used and the network he built with you. Jason is the founder of Main Street Ventures, a pre-IPO investment newsletter, the founder of Future Giants, a nano cap investing service, and authors The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter. He also contributes regularly to Wealth Daily. To learn more about Jason, click here.

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