Interview with Brent Wilsey about Stocks and Artificial Intelligence

The following informative interview was provided by Brent Wilsey, a Registered Investment Advisor who has spent over 40 years in the industry. He is the head of Wilsey Asset Management in San Diego, and has hosted the “Smart Investing Show” on KFMB Radio for the last 15 years. He has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business News.

He discusses Artificial Intelligence and how companies are utilizing this technology. Stocks that are discussed include:

  • P. Morgan Chase (JPM)
  • Boeing (BA)
  • Papa John’s (PZZA)

He also talks about Bitcoin, the future of the stock market, and good and bad sectors.

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All opinions are those of Brent Wilsey, and do not represent the opinions of or or the interviewer. Neither this website nor the interviewer nor the interviewee are rendering tax, legal, or investment advice in this interview. All information is provided for education and general information only.


The Latest Hot Industries According to Stock Filings

If you have ever wondered what the interest is of companies in the hottest industries, such as drones or robots, there is a way to find this information out.The Securities and Exchange Commission maintains a database of all the forms filed by publicly traded companies for the past several years.

Here are the results for the number of forms that were filed with the SEC during the last four years that mentioned any of the following terms connected to recent popular industries.

bitcoin 1588
drones 2334
robots 8000+
robotics 8000+
artificial intelligence 1977
marijuana 5800
cannabis 8000+
3D printing 1820
virtual reality 1154
augmented reality 1216

By the way, 8000+ means over 8,000. So it could be 9,000 or 90,000.