No it’s not perfect. But it does win the vast majority of its trades, and I’ve found that if you enact every single recommended trade which comes out of the system, the gains you’ll make cover the losses and then some. One of the best parts of this system is sometimes when it sends you 5 or 6 consecutive trades in which you can take a relatively small starting investment and turn it into 4 figures over the course of a few days by simply following the suggested steps.
The prominent companies operating in the market are Dyson Ltd., Ecovacs Robotics Inc., Infinuvo, iRobot Corporation, Koninklijke Philips N.V., LG Electronics Inc., and Neato Robotics Inc., Intellibot Robotics LLC, Yujin Robot Co. Ltd., and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. They have adopted strategies, such as expansions, partnerships, collaborations, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, new product launches, and others to strengthen their position in the market.
Notice the use of ”deployed” instead of ”employed” and consider how that might change in the near future. Remember China’s labor costs are only a few dollars a day and they are rising ever so slightly, and they already see how they can save money, you think that wouldn’t happen here if we get a 40% increase in minimum wage overnight by Federal Government decree usurping our personal right to free contract? Think about it.
The established companies in the global industrial logistics robots market are Fanuc, Krones, Schaffer, IMA Industries, Denso, ABB, Panasonic, Toshiba, Stabuli, Kawasaki, Pro Mach, Fuji, Clevertech, and MSK Covertech-Group. The primary challenge faced by players in the global industrial logistics robots market is that of training their staff to handle these heavy-duty robots.
The Robots provide more accurate and faster service than humans at a fraction of the cost. Report consolidation, procure to pay and order to cash are some of the work streams within finance and accounting ideally suited to Robots. Auditing robotic automation is another key area.