The Evolver’s Guide to Artificial Intelligence

by | May 29, 2023

In recent months, there’s been a remarkable surge in the popularity of AI (Artificial Intelligence)…

With the rise of predictive text technology, like ChatGPT, it seems that AI is everywhere. It’s the new hottest niche. 

AI has already begun to revolutionize healthcare, transportation, and entertainment…

And now, its potential impact on the stock market is garnering significant attention, as evidenced by NVIDIA Corporation’s (NASDAQ: NVDA) unbelievable strength.

Today, we’ll explore the rising influence of AI in the stock market, how it may affect your trading strategy, and the potential benefits (and challenges) it presents. 

Keep reading and I’ll show you everything you need to know about AI’s potential effects on the stock market…

AI Goes Mainstream

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of ChatGPT…

Microsoft Corp.’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) impressive predictive text platform has taken the world by storm over the past few months as it’s been rolled out to the public.

Meanwhile, AI technology has emerged as a powerful tool for analyzing vast amounts of data and extracting meaningful indicators in the stock market. 

Trading robots can process massive datasets, identify patterns, and make predictions with speed and accuracy … potentially empowering traders with valuable information.

The problem is, for now, this technology is mainly reserved for institutional traders with deep pockets and major financial support. 

However, just like ChatGPT eventually became consumer-facing, I have to think that trading-assistant AI technology is just around the corner.

This is worth paying attention to. Imagine if you could have a program analyze hundreds of charts at once based on specified technical indicators

Not only would this save every trader a lot of time spent doing technical analysis, but it could also potentially allow you to discover setups and patterns you wouldn’t have on your own.

Additionally, retail investors (like us, who typically have limited access to high-quality financial information) can potentially leverage AI-powered tools and platforms to gain insights similar to those available to ‘smart money’ institutional investors. 

This leveling of the playing field could allow a wider range of traders to make more informed decisions.

After all, AI algorithms run by hedge funds already execute trades at lightning speed, taking advantage of market inefficiencies and arbitrage opportunities. 

By automating every aspect of trading, AI technology eliminates human biases and emotions, resulting in potentially higher efficiency and profitability.

In other words, AI could help us trade more like robots.

And if this technology becomes more available to the general public moving forward, it could change the game entirely…

The Potential Challenges of AI in the Stock Market

All of this may sound promising. However, with great power comes great responsibility…

Challenges may accompany the integration of AI into the stock market. And one significant concern is the potential for algorithmic trading to amplify market volatility. 

High-frequency trading robots can react rapidly to shifting market conditions, potentially exacerbating volatile price swings. 

This poses risks that regulators and market participants must carefully monitor. I could see AI causing a ‘flash crash’ in the future if the market’s not careful…

Moreover, the reliance on AI-driven trading systems introduces the risk of technical glitches and system failures. 

Sudden errors or malfunctions could lead to potentially disastrous market disruptions. 

This could be especially concerning if more traders start employing AI technology in their strategies.

But as important as these things are to consider, most of them are out of our control. I just want you to be aware of what may be happening over the next few years.

Now, I can guess what everyone wants to know … what stocks could potentially benefit from the rise in AI?

The Top 10 AI Stocks to Watch This Year

Here’s a list of companies and stocks involved in the development of AI technology…

WARNING: Don’t have tunnel vision and view these as long-only plays just because AI is on fire right now. There will inevitably be moments when the bubble bursts, which could also provide shorting opportunities in the future.

Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) — The parent company of Google, heavily invested in AI research and development.

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) — Known for ChatGPT, AI integration products like Azure, and intelligent assistants.

NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) — Specializes in AI-focused hardware, GPUs, and solutions for deep learning., Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) — Leverages AI extensively in various services, including voice recognition (Alexa) and e-commerce algorithms.

International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM) — Invested in AI technologies, like IBM Watson, for healthcare and business applications., Inc. (NYSE: CRM) — Offers AI-powered customer relationship management (CRM) solutions.

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) — Provides processors and GPUs used in AI applications.

Baidu, Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU) — A leading Chinese search engine company focused on AI and autonomous driving.

Adobe Inc. (NASDAQ: ADBE) — Utilizes AI in its creative software and marketing solutions.

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (NYSE: TSM) — Major semiconductor manufacturer supporting AI chip production.

Final Thoughts

The surge in popularity of AI technology has brought — and will continue to bring — significant changes to the stock market. 

And as AI technology continues to evolve, its impact will likely deepen…

I want to make sure you’re aware of the implications of this technology while remaining vigilant about its limitations and risks.

Meet Mark:

Mark Croock is a former accountant who after studying under Millionaire Trader Tim Sykes turned his small account into $4.11 million in trading profits by applying Tim’s strategies to options trading.

He started Evolved Trader to pay it forward and help other traders learn how to leverage options


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