If change is the only constant, how can we prepare for what’s to come? Technological innovation, social frictions
and environmental imperatives all have the potential to unwind the thread of portfolio performance. But by
adopting a thematic framework we believe investors can anticipate at least some of these disruptive forces.
The world is not enough
Current levels of global consumption are becoming a concern. How can investors help?
Mobility: The drive continues
Lockdown economics have done nothing to stall rates of EV adoption says portfolio manager Rob Zeuthen.
Investing in space: Time to reach for the stars?
BNY Mellon investment strategist George Saffaye explains why space investing may be the next frontier.
Markets & Economy
Embracing the Blockchain revolution
Mellon portfolio manager Erik Swords looks at the recent success of Bitcoin and considers the wider business potential of the Blockchain system that underpins it.
Markets & Economy
Fintech to infinity
BNY Mellon investment professionals offer insights on recent trends they’re seeing in the fintech space.
The future of infrastructure is green
Portfolio manager Jim Lydotes provides insight on the energy transition of utilities.
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