There has been a general trend in the tech industry over the past few years that has a lot industry insiders shaking their heads and shaking their heads in disapproval. This trend is the reality that many of the tech companies that then they are faced with their back up against a wall of the threat of outside competition  posing a threat to their earnings they are merely teaming up and consolidating their power in kind of all penetrating large scale monopolistic gain. This is a trend that is not only on the rise but becoming an almost matter of fact as a reality of business today. In a sense there is very little anyone can do because they do not technically break any industry regulations, however what they are doing is fundamentally destabilizing the market and making way for it to be altered. What the trend is going to do is destabilize the regularity of the market to the point where it cannot bunch back given they are consolidating too much power as well as not punting out the best product of having any natural competition or growth that is suppose to be inherent to capitalism, or so weave been told. Insider Depak Sing says that this trend is both scary and also completely unprecedented. We basically, are in one of the biggest economic experiences in modern history, and we are the guinea pigs. Essentially, we are in a position where by there are implications of recession written all over the tech industry and the American and thus world economy at large. So this should be a funny next new years because no matter what happens there is most likely going to be a melt down on some scale. That is the way the tech industry is going because there is not only this phenomena of the consolidation too big to fail aspect of tech monsters, there is also the double pronged effect of an even larger population of the tech start up world. This can be understood as being a puddle that is very shallow and wide, with a few deep holes in the middle that strike gold. The problem is that you don’t know which one will be the big cash cow. Thus people are continually throwing money into this endless pit of despair hoping their bets pay off. And in may ways they do, through this sense of gold rush surrounding the tech startup

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sector many people are rushing to the door step of these start ups and they are delivering, well at least enough to show them something to keep throwing money at. Thus These start ups given the large amount of traffic surrounding. them are receiving billions and billions of dollars in initial public offerings as well as seed money from investors who are hoping to cash in. The problem is that most of these start ups cannot and will not ever monetize. Thus what happens with the two billion dollar valuation when there is no product, and no source of revenue and people come back to collect on their debts? I’m not entirely sure, but we can ask Vine in a couple of weeks, or probably any other app your middle school aged nephew told you about last thanks giving.

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