Investing in the New Economy: Growth Opportunities through Technology Advances
The world is changing faster than ever before. Entire industries are being reshaped, and new industries are being created. So how do you invest in these emerging, disruptive economic times? In this upcoming webcast, State Street Global Advisors and ETF Trends will delve into a new economy fueled by innovative companies disrupting traditional industries by leveraging advancements in exponential processing power, artificial intelligence, robotics, automation, and more.
How the current market environment is bolstering innovation
What exciting new technologies may power tomorrow’s growth
How the Kensho New Economies methodology captures the next phase of global innovation
How financial advisors can incorporate innovative new economies to enhance an investment portfolio
Accepted for one hour of CFP/CIMA CE credit for live and on-demand attendees
CFA Institute members are encouraged to self-document their continuing professional development activities in their online CE tracker.
Founder Edelman Financial Engines
John van Moyland
Managing Director, Global Head of S&P Kensho Indices S&P Dow Jones Indices
Matthew Bartolini, CFA
Head of SPDR® Americas Research State Street Global Advisors
CEO ETF Trends
CIO, Director of Research ETF Trends and ETF Database
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