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There are things called roboadvisors that take the place
a personal advisor when advising how to invest money.
My perception is they ask about risk tolerance as well as
goals and then they recommend a custom balanced
portfolio. I think you then click "make it happen' and
your money. Obvious, but apparently
is slightly new.
I think there could be a roboadvisor about where to live
move to. It would ask questions about what you do, how
much you value good schools, how interested you are in
getting money from real estate appreciation, climate,
balancing both people/earner's preferences. The
roboadvisor would then tell you which city or town to
They could then compare the roboadvisor's advice among
100 people who took the advice with 100 people who
not roboadvised to see if the roboadvisor actually caused
greater quality of life.
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[theircompetitor, Nov 10 2018]
||// they redistribute your money. //
||... to a bank account in Mozambique.
||this seems somewhat trivial given all the "best" lists
||See modest caravan of migrants in Mexico or the
thousands who cross into Europe every week from
North Africa and other places for the real results
of people on the move for a better quality of
life...... Imagines almost the entire population of
USA heading to European cities
||It's called "tourism", and unfortunately it's Baked and WKTE.
||The only upside is that almost all of them go home eventually, leaving some of their money behind.
||That's the Isle of Wight, isn't it ?
||Could you imagine Texans living in Seattle? 'Best' is
in the eye if the beholder.
||I've been thinking about setting up a compound in
USA, because normal-sized house cats are just too small.
the modest fee of a coach class ticket to Missoula, I
you up in my truck and you can join my encampment
we will provide food and stimulating diversion for a
free range lynx, bobcat, and mountain lion. I suggest that
this will deliver truly great quality of life, as in my mind's
cats seem quite happy with this arrangement.
||For a Plan B, consider the Municipal Darwinism route,
Philip Reeve "Mortal Engines" book series.