Ready for Takeoff: Investing in Space Exploration and Innovation

Rocket and satellite cost declines are upending what once seemed a monopolistic and bureaucratic industry. Thanks to advancements in deep learning, mobile connectivity, sensors, 3D printing, and robotics, costs that have been ballooning for decades are beginning to decline. As a result, the number of satellite launches and rocket landings is proliferating. According to ARK's research, the orbital aerospace revenue opportunity alone – including satellite connectivity and hypersonic flight – will exceed $370 billion annually.1 Join us for a deep dive into why ARK believes the space industry is primed for takeoff!

May 25, 2021
11am PT | 2pm ET
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Topics will include:

  • Rocket and satellite cost declines
  • The orbital aerospace opportunity, including satellite connectivity and hypersonic flight
  • A targeted fund strategy that capitalizes on innovation in space exploration 

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Sam Korus

ARK Invest

Rebecca Burke

VP, National ETF Sales
Resolute Investment Managers

Dave Nadig

CIO, Director of Research
ETF Trends and ETF Database

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[1] ARK believes that satellite broadband revenues could approach $100 billion annually over the next five to ten years. Hypersonic point-to-point travel could add another $270 billion in revenues annually.

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