Some might try to build an organization, where the system is more important than the people. Unsurprisingly, you get exactly what you aim for – a company that loses people.
Bo Knudsen, CEO at C WorldWide Asset Management, shares our expectations for the year 2021 and the next decade.
Today, almost 10 years after the financial crisis, we are in the later stage of a rising equity market. The increased turbulence makes many investors ask: Buy, sell, or hold?
1987 was another interesting year because the countries of the world came together with the purpose of reducing harmful substances that since have created positive change. Today, 30 years later, the fundamental story is the same. Fear of survival is a timeless factor of motivation and a reason to act.
You can actually win elections on slogans like ‘Make America Great Again’. The nationalistic message resonates with voters across the world. This secular increase in nationalism is a classic counterreaction to crisis. And a counterreaction to decades of globalization.
Certain companies perform commercially better over time. Their results are reflected in their long-term share price performance. The same applies to individuals. Some people perform commercially better over time, and this is something investors can learn from.
We live in an amazing technological era. Robotic equipment attached to the body can detect signals from the brain and help previously wheelchair-confined persons to walk. Software programs can assist police in selective cities to reduce burglaries and violent crimes significantly by informing the police where crimes are expected to occur within a 150-meter radius. Technology has come a long way!