To purchase stock only to hold on to it is so yesterday, as demonstrated by contemporary research that signify that stocks only spend an average of 12 years in the Standard&Poor's 500, when in the past, it used to last 60 years! Industrial interruption starts with information that efficiency development in both progressive and budding economies has been on a downward spiral for quite some time already. It is a spiral that even technological advancements have been helpless to stop. And distinguished experts are in unison in saying that concrete through put progression might have been undervalued, but still, the trend of negative movement continues. In my new book (yet to be titled) is all about Massive Change =Massive Opportunity. The technological revolution is changing establishments and the labor market as substantiated by the development of wages and jobs. Change is being seen all over; mechanization. However, the study is not foolproof, since it does not take into account fresh job openings, but it does imply the influence creative disruption could possibly have. More "jobs" impresarios are being produced than in recent years; think retailing through Amazon and Alibaba, Airbnb and Uber. And then, there are more commercial opportunities that can be had. This includes jobs such as blogging, podcasts and the like. Fortunes are made in times of change and this is one of the biggest in history you just need the knowledge or knowledge source to point you in the right direction. Prime breaks for prosperity can be found during change or transition. And this is one of the biggest ones you will ever have. You just have to be fortified with the right information or have a particular source point that can help you get moving in the right direction. The olden techniques of buying and holding is just not the way to go any more. And even it if did work back then, equities now spend an average of just years in the S&P 500 Index; in the early 1960s, it was 60 years!