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Mega-trends are developing structural phenomena that will shape the world in the future. They’re mechanisms set in motion by powerful forces such as demographics, climate, new energy sources and healthcare. Mega-trends clearly define what the major socio-economic sectors of the future will be (and which ones will attract the greatest investment). Currently, the most notable mega-trends are smart cities, healthcare, big data and cloud technology, robotics, industrial automation and “green” industry. Follow me


The evolution of investing: from stagnant sectors to dynamic themes

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Sector investing has failed to evolve in line with the rapidly changing market, limiting its effectiveness in the modern investment landscape. Unlike sector investing, thematic investing offers a broader perspective, future orientation, flexibility across traditional sector boundaries, better diversification, potential for higher returns, and alignment with personal values.

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Modulating investment opportunities by following megatrends

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Investing in megatrends means preparing an investment strategy based on the major drivers of change in economies and societies. Claudia Collu, Head of Global Equity at ANIMA Sgr, spoke about this during an interview with Financialounge's 'StayLive' programme. Investing in megatrends It is worth premising at the outset that planning a long-term strategy is a delicate operation in its own way and one that involves risks: one of these is having to wait a certain amount of time to unde ...

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Are megatrends the crystal ball that investors need?

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Investing with the ability to predict the future is a tantalising notion, one that has almost become a Hollywood trope. How many movies or TV shows feature characters who amass wealth using future information for investments? Who would not want to return to the 1970s and buy a few Apple shares? Yet, the truth for any investor is far from this fantasy. There is no crystal ball, time machine, or certainty.

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