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Gen Z and millennials are rejecting consumer culture on TikTok and ‘de-influencing’ to protect their money
Whether they have 100 followers or 100,000, it seems like everyone on TikTok is trying to sell you something. “Get Ready With Me” videos are a staple on the platform, in which the creator provides the affiliate details of every cream and tube of mascara they use and every item of clothing they wear that day in an impressive form of brand recall. “Sunday Reset” videos are filled with mentions of vacuums, surface cleaners, and the trendiest sponge to buy to make a home sparkle—and by extension, your life better.
ARK’s Cathie Wood predicts these innovations will soar 40% in value every year to over $200 trillion by 2030
Cathie Wood believes key technologies will converge into five broad groups that could cumulatively be worth $200 trillion and constitute the majority of global equity markets' value. Patrick Fallon—AFP via Getty Images) Hypersonic flight, 3D printed humanoid robots, groceries delivered by drones, molecular biomarkers for early detection of malignant...
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