DWS believes this is a good way to spot firms with strong earnings growth
Thursday 16 May 2019 Author: Yoosof Farah
When you think of thematic investing, words like risky, narrow and short-term fad could easily come to mind. After all, several coal mining, nuclear and even shipbuilding investment funds launched when commodities were all the rage 10 years ago, the majority of which no longer exist today. Popular themes at the moment include robotics, artificial intelligence and renewable energy, and while these areas would appear long-term, sustainable trends, the...