Looking for growth in your portfolio? Innovation has always been a key driver of global economic growth. Disruptive technologies shape our world and create long-term investment opportunities for investors. Over the next decade, an estimated $90 Trillion will be added to equity market appreciation, and more than half of that is expected to come from disruptive technologies.
On Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 2 pm ET, industry experts discussed the rise of disruptive and innovative industries, including: artificial intelligence (AI), cyber security, robotics & automation, internet of things (IoT), big data & cloud computing, social media, growth expectations for 5G, and self-driving & electric cars.
The Evolve Innovation Index Fund (Ticker: EDGE) provides access to global companies that are involved in seven innovative themes. In this webinar, the panel explained how to position these investments to maximize growth potential in your clients’ portfolios.
Moderated by: Raj Lala, President & CEO, Evolve ETFs
Presented by: Elliot Johnson, CIO & COO, Evolve ETFs
With Keynote Speaker: Nikolas Badminton, Lead Futurist & CEO, Exponential Minds, who is featured globally on BBC, Business Insider, VICE, The Atlantic, Fast Company, Sputnik, Techcrunch, Venturebeat, Huffington Post, and Forbes.
Note: CE accreditation for this webinar is pending approval. CE accreditation is powered by CE Corner and the CE Corner team will be applying to FP Canada and IIROC for continuing education credits. If you attended the live webinar, you will receive an email notification when your CE certificate is ready, which can take up to one month after attending the live webinar.
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