Saturday July 11, 2020

The future is bright, if you keep your eyes open

Technology is only bad news if you don’t keep abreast of developments. For the savvy investor, there are huge opportunities to be had

16th September, 2018
Tesco has benefited hugely from being an early mover in technology Picture: Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto/Sipa

The past 20 years has seen a remarkable degree of technology-driven change in the developed world that has been generally good for business and consumers alike. Of course, some sectors get wiped out or massively shrunk as technology takes its toll, while others thrive. That’s why equity investors need to be watchful of evolving trends and picky about where they invest.

Technological advance has transformed many, if not most, companies – often very much...

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