You rely on The Profit Sector to bring you the most honest and profitable investment advice around. We do that every day. But there are so many fascinating things happening worldwide that we can’t cover it all.
Some of them are revelatory, some of them are practical, and some of them are just plain bizarre.
Here are a few things we discovered this week that were not fit to print.
Tom Cruise, Forever
Before we know it, our current movie stars will no longer be with us. It’s sad but true. However, in about 20 years, you will hobble into a movie theater with your grandchildren, and some way, somehow, Tom Cruise will be the star.
Hollywood's “Deepfake Age” is almost here, and we are not ready.
The Forest: A King Overthrown
Her grandfather fled the Japanese invasion of Guangzhou to Cambodia. He married her grandmother and fathered 12 children. Her father told these stories freely: her grandfather’s fish sauce factory, his fear of ghosts, the heartbreak of losing his firstborn daughter.
Then the Cambodian Genocide…
Meta Battles U.S. Antitrust Agency Over Future of Virtual Reality
President Biden kicked off a high-profile trial to try to prevent Facebook parent’s company Meta from buying a virtual reality app developer, arguing that the acquisition would “create a monopoly.”
PPP Fraud: Some Lenders Were Bank Robbers
The stories of the Paycheck Protection Program getting pilfered by bad actors to do things like buy Lamborghinis and other luxury goods are the stuff of legend. However, a new report released by a congressional subcommittee suggests that many lenders did little if anything to prevent PPP fraud–and some actively engaged in it.
Fusion Energy Breakthrough by U.S. Scientists To Be Announced Tomorrow
U.S. government scientists have made a breakthrough in the pursuit of limitless, zero-carbon power by achieving a net energy gain in a fusion reaction for the first time