A midlife crisis is a beautiful moment in a person’s life when they recognize how much they’ve accomplished, and come up with creative ways to make dreams they put on hold years earlier into reality in the present, but this is the best case scenario. You also have people who lose their minds, head to the nearest Supreme store to buy an outfit that “suits their new lifestyle,” and soon after that they lease a Porsche. However, companies, like individuals, can also go through a transitional phase akin to a mid-life crisis, where products aren’t selling as well, and maybe the original aesthetic of the company needs a facelift. I believe Apple (AAPL) is a few steps away from the Supreme store as we speak.
In recent news, iPhone sales, specifically the iPhone XR, have failed to meet the company’s expectations. The decrease in demand could be from the design of the new device, but most experts say the product’s abnormally expensive price tag has broken the spell that historically bound consumers to buy every new Apple (AAPL) product on the market. In addition to decreased demand, Japan Display, Apple’s (AAPL) screen supplier in the East Asian markets, has cut its production of displays and its forecast growth, according to GizmoChina.
“For Japan Display, around 80 percent of its overall revenue is generated through the production of the display panel for smartphones. [The] majority of those earning is dependent on its business with Apple. Earlier, the company has reported sales forecast growth in the range of 10 percent to 20 percent. However, last month, the company lowered the numbers to between 5 percent to 15 percent ending in March 2019. It is also cutting its operating profit margin estimate.”
Apple (AAPL) was the most valuable company in the world for years, offering sleek, beautifully designed products that, while more expensive than similar products offered by competitors, entranced consumers to want everything with an “i” in front of it. Earlier this month, Microsoft (MSFT) overtook Apple (AAPL) as the most valuable company in the world, in terms of market capitalization, with a cap of $848.98 billion. Given the above information, I think it’s more than fair to say that Apple (AAPL) is due for their mid-life crisis. Rather than buy expensive sports cars and flashy streetwear, Apple (AAPL) did what any innovative tech company in need of change would do, they bought a new campus.
Any Apple (AAPL) fan knows that all news is speculative until Tim Cook, the successive CEO to the late Steve Jobs, makes it official with a press conference whilst wearing a black long-sleeved t-shirt. Staying true to form, Cook made the announcement for Apple’s (AAPL) new Austin campus on Thursday morning.
“Apple is proud to bring new investment, jobs, and opportunity to cities across the United States and to significantly deepen our quarter-century partnership with the city and people of Austin. Talent, creativity, and tomorrow’s breakthrough ideas aren’t limited by region or zip code, and, with this new expansion, we’re redoubling our commitment to cultivating the high-tech sector and workforce nationwide.”
–Tim Cook, Chief Executive Officer, Apple
According to reports, the Austin (Texas) campus will cost Apple (AAPL) $1 billion in building costs, but the company has made it clear that the new space 133-acre space will generate an initial 5,000 jobs with the potential to add 10,000 more in the future. Building campuses are all the rage in tech right now largely in part to the craze that ensued following Amazon’s announcement of their HQ2 campaign. Amazon’s (AMZN) newest $5 billion campus, to be built in the heart of Queens, New York, is said to bring no less than 25,000 jobs to the city over the next ten years. Given that every idea Amazon (AMZN) creates turns to gold, Apple (AAPL) couldn’t help but follow suit. In terms of initial responses to Apple’s announcement, the news has been positive. Texas Governor Greg Abbott gave a statement indicative of his support:
“Their decision to expand operations in our state is a testament to the high-quality workforce and unmatched economic environment that Texas offers. I thank Apple for this tremendous investment in Texas, and I look forward to building upon our strong partnership to create an even brighter future for the Lone Star State.”
–Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX)
Investors See New Opportunity In Sports Technology: Cognitive Tech Industry Worth $7.5 Billion & This Company Has The Winning Strategy
It may seem like stating the obvious but for athletes of all skill levels, there is always room for improvement, and right now investors could have the opportunity to score big. An individual’s athletic ability is traditionally measured by their speed, strength, agility, and endurance. Rarely is one’s cognitive development taken into consideration with their capacity to perform.
Take, for example, a Major League Baseball player, standing at home plate, ferociously awaiting their home-run pitch. From the time the pitcher throws a 95-mph fastball until it gets to the plate is roughly 430 milliseconds. On average, it takes 150 milliseconds for a Major Leaguer to get their bat around, leaving tens of milliseconds on the middle to decree whether to swing or not.
If the batter manages to connect with the ball, it’s based on the player’s years in developing the processing speed and reaction time needed to hit that ball; both are factors of cognitive development. Cognitive assessment technology for professional athletic development represents a multi-billion dollar industry that is piping hot with investor opportunities. As athletes recognize a never-before-seen realm of competitive edge over their opponents, one company, in particular, has what it takes to get ahead of the ball and connect.
ESPN Says That This Is A True First! XSport Global, Inc. (XSPT) Knows The Future Of Peak Performance & Investors Could Score Big Points!
Every seasoned athlete knows that every sport, be it basketball or golf, is ultimately a test of cognition. When we watch NBA players like Lebron James hit a game-winning 3-pointer or professional golfers like Tiger Woods putt their way to a PGA trophy, rarely do we consider their mental toughness and ability to perform under stress.
Enter XSport Global, Inc. (XSPT). This company is leading the cognitive assessment technology industry as they seek to further the success of high-performance athletes around the world through “leading sciences, innovative technologies, and pioneering digital media.”
The opportunity that XSport (XSPT) presents right now could be unparalleled as the market is wide open for this technology to take hold. Keep in mind that all of this is happening while XSport is showing no signs of slowing down. In September 2017, XSport (XSPT) strategically acquired Head Trainer, Inc; an innovative tech company focused on improving cognitive functioning for high-performance athletes through the use of their user-friendly mobile applications.
ESPN Senior Writer, Darren Rovell said[i] the HeadTrainer app “is the first sports-based app and offers to train the brain in the areas of focus and concentration, visual and spatial awareness, processing speed, memory, and decision-making.”
But unlike other sports technology and app development companies, HeadTrainer already has a laundry list of athletes endorsing the technology! Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Jose Bautista, golfer Rickie Fowler, racecar driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., football player Richard Sherman, and soccer player Alex Morgan, among others, are endorsing the new tool.
“Everyone is looking for that edge there’s only so far you can go with talent and your physical traits…The mental part of the game is the hardest to explain because you can feel it and, the sense was that until now you couldn’t practice it like having pitches thrown to you or fielding fly balls.”
– Jose Bautista, Philadelphia Phillies
Brain Training Is Important, And Investors Should Pay Attention Now
XSport (XSPT), through the acquisition of Head Trainer, Inc. and their powerful mobile app, is creating an opportunity for athletes around the world to reach their full potential and take rise above the competition in their sports.
As the awareness of brain fitness rises among individuals and professional athletes, the demand for cognitive development technology increases. According to their official website, the Head Trainer app is designed to “engage and improve cognitive skills in five key area: Focus/Concentration, Visual-Spatial Awareness, Decision Making, Memory and Processing Speed.”
Cognitive skills are the core skills that the brain uses to think, learn, and, in the case of sports, perform. If professional athletes want to strengthen their game, they need to strengthen their mind, and the Head Trainer App, backed by XSport, is the key to unlocking an athlete’s peak mental capacity.
According to a recent market research report[ii] published by cognitive assessment industry professionals, the global assessment and training market is set to grow from $1.98 billion in 2018 to $8.06 billion by 2021, at a “Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 32.3%. Current cognitive training systems are generally designed for non-athletic training where a subject is in a calm, quiet environment. Along including traditional sight and touch cognitive training modules, XSport (XSPT), by contrast, is building its technology around replicating a true sporting event environment.
For instance, XSport (XSPT) can incorporate outside and background noise in future releases. By utilizing headphones with environment-specific, programmed noise, audio tracks, and prompts, the company has created its product with an integrated audio track, sight, touch, and sound training systems that allows the athlete to train in an environment that is similar to the actual competition. This fact alone could set XSport (XSPT) above and beyond its competition.
And the writing could already be on the wall for investors. The Brain Health Devices Market is expected to have a profoundly favorable outlook for the next five years 2018-2026 according to a recently released Brain Health Devices Market research report[iii]. Part of this growth is expected to be fueled by significant market developments like mergers and acquisitions. Big deals are already being struck.
For example, Vivity Labs Inc., the makers of Fit Brains Trainer, which offers a suite of brain-training exercises, was acquired by Rosetta Stone for $12 million[iv]. And though full details have not been disclosed, Hachette Livre, a company that delivered revenue of €2.289B in 2017, acquired a majority stake in Brainbow, which created its brain training application for non-sports based cognitive education[v].
The momentum is evident, and now XSport (XSPT) could be presenting a unique opportunity in the market specifically for cognitive function in sports applications.
Know Thy Self, Know Thy Enemy. A Thousand Battles, A Thousand Victories
Every coach worth their weight in wisdom knows that the key to beating the competition is extensive knowledge of their strengths and weaknesses. In one of their recent annual fiscal reports[vi], Head Trainer, Inc., indicated that they were well aware of several companies in the industry that have developed rudimentary versions of cognitive training platforms, but believe that their product is far superior.
XSport’s biggest rival in the cognitive assessment space is Cogstate Ltd a science and technology solutions company based in Australia. The company’s goal, according to their official site, is to “invest in enhanced solutions to meet the current and future needs of clinical trials in central nervous system indications.”
While this is admirable and will benefit approaches to cognitive medicine, Cogstate’s short-sighted vision comes nowhere close to rapidly growing industry surrounding the application of cognitive assessment for athletes. This narrow focus seeks to “simplify the measurement of cognition,” and nothing else.
Market analysts looking at the cognitive assessment market should take this as an indication that there may be nothing standing in the way of XSport’s (XSPT) dominance over the sector. Don’t just limit the company to its strategic investment in the improvement of athletic mental performance either.
XSport (XSPT) Strategically Advances Into Corporate Holding Space Through Acquisition and Partnership with Shift Now, Inc.
Like any large market leader in their respective field, XSport (XSPT) is taking a strategic approach to the market and ensuring that it can handle a full-scale sports technology and media holding business. This is all while remaining focused on developing “disruptive sports-centric technologies and related media projects around the world.”
In early September 2018, XSport (XSPT) announced the acquisition of the Greensboro-based, brand agency, Shift Now, Inc., a “full-service creative and digital marketing” firm.
“With the acquisition of Shift Now, a profitable and scalable revenue generating firm, coupled with the outstanding team of professional employees Kristi Griggs has attracted, we now have our own leading agency to magnify our brands and transform the overall market. This highly complementary acquisition of Shift Now will serve as the foundation for XSport Global to develop our brands for the youth sports market without having to pay the high-margin, billable hours of outside creative agencies.” -Robert Finigan, CEO of XSport Global
The deal gives XSport (XSPT) round-the-clock access to innovative approaches to marketing and will allow for Head Trainer, Inc. and XSport’s other holdings to strategically reach market investors, and target desired audiences.
As XSport (XSPT) shifts their focus to building out their corporate holdings, the addition of Shift Now, Inc with more than $3 million in annual revenue, presents an opportunity that can be vertically integrated into their business model. With investment potential growing by the second, XSport is designing their corporate infrastructure to be scalable and adaptive to the needs of consumers and market investors alike.
XSport (XSPT): Built By A Leading Roster Of Industry Professionals
XSport (XSPT) has been built and is being led by a team driven by success. Dr. Brian Monteleone, a Charlotte-based sports psychologist, helped build the framework for HeadTrainer. During his 25 year career, Dr. Monteleone has worked in private practice, as a sports psychologist, Clinical Coordinator for an inpatient psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals, Clinical Director of a federally funded juvenile boot camp program, and counselor in a residential treatment center for dually-diagnosed adolescents.
In addition to Monteleone, Dr. Claude T. Moorman, III helped lead the charge to develop the specific sports-themed challenges that would be fun while also testing the brain’s vital cognitive areas. With the goal of getting people to recognize that cognition is a huge part of performance, the team designed a platform geared toward sharpening cognitive abilities specific to sports.
Once a team doctor for the Baltimore Ravens, Dr. Claude Moorman, also has a wealth of experience tending to athletes at the highest levels. Atrium Health, previously Carolinas HealthCare System, named Claude “T.” Moorman, III, MD as the new president of Atrium Health’s musculoskeletal institute and The Edward N. Hanley, Jr. Endowed Chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery.
Dr. Moorman also served as executive director of the James R. Urbanski Sports Sciences Institute at Duke University Medical Center, professor and vice chairman of the Department of Orthopedics and head team physician for Duke University Athletics.
Robert Finigan, XSport’s (XSPT) Chief Executive Officer, has a reputation in brand development that speaks for itself. Throughout his career, Finigan has served in various C-level roles for global companies in technology, health and Wellness and Media, in addition to several consulting and strategy firms, and has been recognized for many award-winning brand identity initiatives.
Robert also recognizes the importance of giving back to the community. In recent years, Finigan has served as President of the Heart and Soul Foundation; a 501(3)c focused on supporting and redefining music education. Finigan’s consumer and industry savvy, coupled with the vision of XSport, gives the company that competitive advantage that it needs to succeed.
Furthermore, Hank Durschlag is the Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of HeadTrainer, Inc. Mr. Durschlag previously served a President of Double Eagle Holdings, LLC, and as CEO of HealthSport, Inc., both R&D companies involved in the development of nutraceutical and other products for professional and amateur athletes. Hank was a founding partner and served as President of GlucoTec, Inc. (now Glytec Systems), a developer of FDA-approved software related to intravenous dosing of medications and other fluids.
Mr. Durschlag was also the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Diabetes Management Services, Inc. (DMS), a national diabetes products and service company with treatment modules focusing on acute care, and women’s health. Hank received a Bachelor’s Degree from California University of Pennsylvania, California, PA, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
Funds Give Vote Of Confidence To XSport (XSPT)
During the middle of the fourth quarter, XSport (XSPT) reached yet another major milestone in attracting notable backing from an up and coming fund. TRITON FUNDS was started by three undergraduate students from Southern California aspiring to create an investment fund with a millennial touch. In November, the Fund inked a deal with XSport (XSPT) to push up to another $1 million in development capital into the company. And in their own words, the leadership of TRITON appears to be more than happy to be able to get an early opportunity with this company:
“We continue to seek out the best investment opportunities and XSport Global represents the type of early-stage, growth company we intend to add to our portfolio of investments. We believe their business acumen and strategy is sound, and we are confident with the tremendous upside potential in the multi-billion dollar cognitive sports training industry. We look forward to working together.” – Yash Thukral, Founder of TRITON FUNDS.
“A management team that is highly motivated in seeing through the Company’s vision is something we here at TRITON FUNDS highly emphasize, and Robert Finigan provided just that for XSPT,” added Dmitriy Slobodskiy, Junior Partner, of TRITON FUNDS. “As a millennial fund, we pride ourselves in working with companies such as XSport Global who directly affect our generation as well as the youth in providing new technology and insight in an ever-changing space.”
The Game Has Only Just Begun
Old school agents and young reporters have recently shifted focus on what the next “Moneyball phenomena” will be. Mental, emotional, and health metrics are some of the common data points that these thinkers forecast will be part of the next sports analytical movement.
XSport (XSPT), backed by a roster of professional athletes and brand ambassadors, is leading the cognitive assessment industry to help athletes achieve their full potential. With HeadTrainer, Inc. and their mobile application, XSport (XSPT) can rise above the rest.
What separates HeadTrainer from other “brain-training” apps is not only the sports-themed user experience but the robust audio and video components – incorporating interactive messages and positive reinforcement from some of the top athletes in sports along with distractive sounds to help enhance the focus and concentration component of training.
“If I can process information faster and make decisions sooner, I can react quicker, and that can be the difference between a first down for my opponent or a pick-six for my team. The smart player wins.” – Richard Sherman, NFL Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers
With rapid advancements in technology, the adoption of cognitive assessment solutions is expected to result in massive market growth opportunities in the next five years. Because of the growing need for professional athletes to enhance their cognitive functions and annihilate their competition, this technology could build out its own niche within the sector.
The next big boom in the sports performance industry is technology designed to improve cognitive functions. Young athletes entering the professional levels of their sports are failing to recognize the importance of brain development. Factors like decision-making, processing speed, visual-spatial awareness, and reaction time will separate athletes from the pack, and XSport (XSPT) could lead athletes and investors to victory.
[ii] Market research report: https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/cognitive-assessment-market-1039.html
[iii] Brain Health Research Report https://www.industrychronicle.com/brain-health-devices-market-exclusive-analysis-by-industry-recent-trends-size-and-forecast-up-to-2026/
[iv] Rosetta Stone acquires Vivity Labs https://www.fastcompany.com/3023881/rosetta-stone-buys-brain-training-app-seeks-to-expand-beyond-language-learning
[v] Hachette Livre acquisition of majority stake in Brainbow https://www.forbes.com/sites/ellenduffer/2016/12/31/hachette-livre-acquires-majority-stake-in-brainbow/
[vi] XSPT Financial report: https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1628104/000114036118014328/form10k.htm
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SpaceX Launches US Air Force GPS Satellite
Over the course of human history, there have been many collaborations that have tested the very fabric of time and space. Cain and Abel, Batman and Robin, and of course, the primordial combining of both the butter of peanut and the jelly. In more recent news, when one hears the name, “Elon Musk,” the first inclination is not to assume that the billionaire founder of Tesla (TSLA), The Boring Company, and SpaceX, would ever partner up with any entity that purports the military industrial complex. Well, sports fans, Musk’s latter venture, SpaceX, just announced its successful completion of launching the United States Air Force’s first Global Positioning System (GPS) III satellite.
According to official reports, the Air Force’s GPS III satellite, manufactured by everyone’s favorite government weapons contractor, Lockheed Martin (LMT), was encapsulated in a SpaceX rocket earlier in December, with the launch date set for Christmas Eve. GPS III SV01 was nicknamed “Vespucci” after Amerigo Vespucci, the Italian adventurer who accidentally discovered the new world and paved the way for conquistadors and colonizers hundreds of years ahead of his time. Disengaging from the political rhetoric, the US Air Force is launching Vespucci in an effort to upgrade the current “‘gold standard’ in positioning, navigation, and timing services for more than four billion users worldwide.”
For those unfamiliar with how GPS systems work, the quick and easy explanation is that when someone is trying to find their ‘global position,’ a signal will be sent from a smartphone or GPS-locating device, and the position of said device will be triangulated after the signal has been sent up to pinball of one of the GPS satellites in space. In addition to providing global citizens with improved ability to locate their Uber drivers, the USAF says GPS III will be used in conjunction with Space and Missile Systems Center’s SMC 2.0 which “focuses on innovation to deliver capability to the warfighter.”
In terms of the Air Force’s aforementioned focus on satellite improvements for the ‘warfighter,’ they are speaking in terms of providing the best possible equipment in the event that global warfare extends into the reaches of space. Several months ago, President Donald Trump decided that the United States should have, within its Air Force, a Space Force ready to be deployed in the event of literal Star Wars.
The official language of President Trump’s “Space Force” Memo states that:
“Pursuant to my authority as Commander in Chief…in consultation with the Secretary of Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, I direct the establishment, consistent with United States law, of United States Space Command as a function Unified Combatant Command. I also direct the Secretary of Defense to recommend officers for my nomination and Senate confirmation as Commander and Deputy Commander of the new United States Space Command.”
–President Donald Trump “Test of a Memorandum from the President Regarding Establishment of Space Command
Taking all the news of the United States Space Command into consideration, SpaceX’s collaboration with the USAF indicates a dramatic shift in how tech industry wunderkinder have viewed traditional government institutions. Previously, individuals like Musk invented products and experimented with rockets to rebel against the government and innovate for the future without federal intervention.
Several months ago, Richard Branson, a different billionaire with creative ideas, launched his own commercial aircraft into space.
According to reports, the aircraft climbed over 52 miles of altitude and hit a top speed of Mach 2.9, or 2225.08 miles per hour for you non-aerospace plebeians. Continuing the brief aerospace lesson for a hot moment. When reports say SpaceShipTwo reached the “edge of space,” they are referring to the internationally recognized Karman line. Referencing the always faithful Wikipedia definition, the Karman line “lies at an altitude of 100km (62 miles, 330,000 ft) above Earth’s sea level and commonly represents the boundary between Earth’s atmosphere and outer space.” So, to put it nicely, the two astronauts aboard Virgin Galactic’s spacecraft didn’t quite reach space just yet.
Musk’s partnership with the United States Air Force reflects mood change that will hopefully see companies and governmental institutions work in tandem to create and invent to improve the lives of future generations.
Google Trekker Ends Up In Parking Garage
I wouldn’t go so far as to say that I am a person who is easily amused, but I will admit that certain technologies, which have become canon at this point in human history, still manage to invoke childlike bewilderment in my mind. For example, to this day I will gawk in sheer amazement at the sight of amateur magic tricks. It can be as simple as successfully finding my card, all prestidigitation astounds me. Let me clarify that the shock factor, for me, has nothing to do with the science behind the tricks, I’m well aware that science is all sleight-of-hand. It’s those moments where I let my guard down and stop trying to make rhyme or reason of what is happening in front of me and simply believe. When Google (GOOGL) launched the “Street View” function of Google Maps back in 2007, it was simply incredible. The very notion that Google (GOOGL) cars drove every street in the world, equipped with a 360-degree camera, and created a virtual map for navigators, travelers, and commuters everywhere, was mind-blowing for me.
Google (GOOGL) has since expanded its Street View program from streets around the world to virtually every reachable piece of land on the planet because of the Google Trekker program. The purpose of the program, which first began in 2011, was to allow everyday travelers to strap on the 44-pound device to their backpacks and carry the camera pack to places that Google Maps cars would have a difficult time reaching. According to Google Trekker testimonials, people and organizations have taken the backpack-sized mapping system everywhere from 3,000 feet up El Capitan in Yosemite to floating the canals of Venice to exploring the ancient city of Petra.
On Tuesday, after nearly eight years of travelers carrying around the 44-pound piece of tech, Google (GOOGL) announced changes to the Google Trekker camera in a blog post:
“Over the years, we’ve gathered feedback from people and our partners who have used the Trekker around the world. Today, we’re upgrading the Trekker so that our partners — like tourism boards, airports, and transit operations — can better capture places and their stories. The new Trekker has a sleeker design and is lighter in weight, making it easier to carry. The camera has also been updated with increased aperture and higher resolution sensors that will capture sharper imagery.”
–Danny Cheung, Technical Program Manager, Google Street View
In addition to Google’s (GOOGL) announcement of the lighter, sleeker design for Google Trekker, the company announced their new “trekker loan program” which will allow anyone to apply for a Trekker “to capture high-resolution imagery to share the stories of places they love with the world on Street View.” After analyzing the Trekker loan program application, I have come to the conclusion that acquiring one of these devices for my morning commute is not the purpose of the program. What can I say, I really want to test one of these things out.
Similarly to previous iterations of Google Trekker, the new version can be attached to any vehicle imaginable. Google boasts that “cars, boats, or even ziplines” can be used with Trekker.
In an industry wrought with data breaches, elderly governing officials’ misunderstanding of technology and its purposes, Google (GOOGL) remains one of the top contenders for creating products to bring society seamlessly into the future. Even though I am disappointed that I cannot obtain a Google Trekker, the new device will help future generations navigate the planet with ease.
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