As the chart below shows, since the start of 2009, global technology stocks have performed better than the market over all, attracting a great deal of investor interest along the way.1 But the benefits of tech are also having a strong ripple effect on more “traditional” areas of the economy. And that's being seen in new and improved products as well as in the increased efficiencies and lower costs that often go hand-in-hand with innovation.
Past performance does not guarantee future results.
3 Questions to Ask Your Advisor
- How might I capture some of the opportunities that technology is creating in more traditional industries?
- Are there mutual funds or ETFs that could help me gain exposure to potential tech-based investment growth?
- How much of my portfolio could I devote to technology stocks?
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1 Global market — MCSI All Country World Index (ACWI); Technology sector — MSCI ACWI IT
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