History shows that high-quality companies typically perform well when global economic growth slows. Even recessions come to an end, and then it’s good to be in a position that has a longer-term perspective.
In 2022, the energy crisis, the war in Ukraine, inflation, and elevated food prices dominated the economic landscape and caused a significant decline in the bond and stock markets. However, the consumption of luxury goods was remarkably resilient.
Japan continues to be demographically challenged but is a global power house in our identified mega-trend of Productive and Digital Society with robot technologies, global MedTech champions, and high-tech components and materials providers.
The 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (aka. the Party Congress) has ended, and the overarching conclusion is that China is essentially set to be ruled by one man, with the Xi Jinping Dynasty having begun in earnest.
For the past few years, increased geopolitical tensions and disruption of supply chains have driven the global realignment of supply chains closer to the country of consumption.
We are currently witnessing the beginning of a prolonged structural energy crisis caused by a poor understanding of what energy is and a lack of knowledge of our dependence on fossil fuels.
As India emerges from the pandemic, we are witnessing early signs of an emerging led recovery.
We live in a world of constant change. Long-term investors who understand the potential and dynamics of this development can take advantage of a host of exciting investment opportunities within the theme of financial inclusion.
The second Covid-19 wave is hitting India hard. However, the number of daily infections is declining noticeably in Mumbai and the vaccine program has already come a long way with an expected acceleration ahead.
We have no drugs that can cure Alzheimer’s today, but several companies are attempting to develop innovative new treatments.