You often hear people talking about a particular investment thesis. A few popular ones would be water, Bio-tech, Cannabis. Logic and investing are not as closely related as you may think. Any thesis is not right one hundred percent of the time. Different sectors may move in and out of leadership, which is normal. You should be knowledgeable about the investing universe so you can make informed decisions and choose the right for your risk tolerance, your time horizon, and your own unique financial objectives.
Along these lines today we hear from Bill Studebaker president and chief investment officer of Robo Global. Robo Global runs the robotics and automation index ETF. Bill will explain exactly what all that means and his approach on investing in companies that are at the forefront of using robotics and artificial intelligence, rather than trying to segment out to companies that only specialize in that space.
- Background on Robo Global Robotics and automation index
- How personally Studebaker became interested in it
- Brief History of Robo Global
- FANG Stocks (Big consumer techs): Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google
- The fear of artificial intelligence and robotics
- Using AI and robotics helps you move forward in your business
- Some applications Bill is most excited about right now that are poised to make a big impact
- Discuss some of the other sectors/industries that are represented in this index
- How Bill envisions investors using Robo Global
- How Robo Global finds companies that they feel have a technological mode to run the business
- Robo Global’s target market
- How Studebaker suggest investors use this fund
- Robo Global is planning on launching new products
- How listeners can learn more about Robo Global