In this video clip, American Century Investment’s Bernard Chua identifies three areas in the technology space where investors can find specific opportunities.
Take a look at your surroundings. Chances are, most of your colleagues are staring at screens or, if you’re in a public place, those around you will be looking down at their phones. Even you’re doing it!
Three years after launch, the New Capital Swiss Select Equity Fund is five-star Morningstar rated and has produced an annualised return of 14.19% since inception. How does the Fund’s biggest holding, ams, contribute to its performance?
Using algorithms may help fund selectors choose products more efficiently, but human judgment is still key in choosing the right fund products.
Matt Lovatt, investment director at AXA IM, outlines the three main drivers of the robotics industry for the next few years. He finds the biggest robotics opportunity in driverless cars.
Donald Trump’s foreign policy is the biggest risk to global markets, according to a survey of economists conducted by Deutsche Wealth Management.
No doubt you have recently come across some articles that mention the words ‘millennials’ and ‘investing’ in the same breath. But unlike many asset managers want you to believe, millennials are not just another generation such as the babyboomers.
News of Microsoft’s LinkedIn acquisition has generated mixed views over its merit.
Wealth management is one of the least tech-literate sectors of the financial services industry, and is falling well behind non-financial services industries, according to a PWC report.
European regulators have announced plans to investigate the increasing use of ‘robo-advice’ in the financial services industry in order to work out what action may be needed to control its growing use.