With global equities trading near record highs, many investors are questioning the potential for continued gains going forward.
Many pundits have talked about “the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” but what does it mean? Franklin Equity Group’s Matt Moberg explains how the current pace of innovation is driving productivity gains—and accelerating economic growth.
There are five evolving growth themes that could generate considerable economic value over the next five to 10 years.
With global economic growth experiencing a slowdown this year, some investors may be concerned about valuations for the innovative companies that have been popular during the past decade.
Some of the market’s most innovative companies now call a new sector home, as part of a revamp of the Global Industry Classification Standard used by index providers to classify stocks.
Intensifying demand to have everything at one’s fingertips seems to be the driving force behind the innovation in technology, finance and even industrials.
Intensifying demand to have everything at one’s fingertips seems to be the driving force behind the innovation in technology, finance and even industrials. Franklin Equity Group’s Matt Moberg, vice president and portfolio manager, Franklin DynaTech Fund, observes a general shift in the technology industry to address evolving consumer needs.
The new US administration’s immigration policy may have angered some technology-sector executives, but the Trump administration has signaled an intention to put technology at the heart of its economic roadmap.
With the US stock market roaring ahead to close 2016 on a high note, the question for many investors is whether the momentum can be sustained.