YOUR GUIDE TO SURVIVING AND THRIVING IN THE AI ECONOMY. No one can be completely sure what the future of work is going to look like, but one thing's for certain - it will be completely transformed by AI. That means an uncertain future for millennials, including the need to switch jobs and learn new skills. Taking steps towards financial freedom and early retirement now, on your own terms, will put you in the driving seat for the bumpy road ahead. In HOW TO BUILD AND AI-PROOF FINANCIAL FUTURE, Yahoo Finance reporter and Wall Street expert Scott Gamm's sets out a practical guide to financial freedom and early retirement. Discover:* Why retiring early will become a necessity, not just a goal. * How much money you'll need to live well without a steady 9-5 job.* The importance of reducing or eliminating debt.* How to invest in the stock market.* How to use alternative retirement savings vehicles.* And what some of the world's most respected billionaires advise for achieving financial independence in the new economy. HOW TO BUILD AN AI-PROOF FINANCIAL FUTURE is full of actionable investing tips that can be applied within minutes of reading. This is truly the first book to provide a clear plan for wealth-building and financial security in the automation era.
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Scott Gamm is a financial journalist and stock market expert currently serving as an on-camera markets reporter for Yahoo Finance's streaming video network, the largest online business news platform with 75 million monthly visitors. Prior to joining Yahoo Finance, Gamm was a correspondent for and hosted a live daily show with TheStreet's founder and CNBC host Jim Cramer. He is a sought-after financial commentator who has appeared across outlets such as CBS News, NBC's Today, MSNBC, Fox News Channel, C-Span and others. As a journalist, he has interviewed some of the biggest names in business, including billionaire investors Ray Dalio, Sam Zell, David Rubenstein and Ken Langone, along with politicians Carly Fiorina and Gov. John Kasich. His first book, MORE MONEY, PLEASE (Plume/PRH, 2013), published when hewas just 21.