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Trends investing

Five things you need to know about trends investing

Change is the only constant in our world. It brings risks and opportunities. And it can be disruptive. This booklet will show you how to analyze changes that drive the megatrends of today, and how to monetize them. It will demonstrate how to select the structural winners from opportunities presented by trends.

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Robeco's approach to trends investing

Three megatrends shape business and society

The mobility of the future is electric

The liftoff of the electric vehicles market offers tremendous investment opportunities. Entirely new markets are going to be created. Along with the electrification of the transportation sector, new business models in shared mobility and connected services will emerge.

What are the investment opportunities of this emerging megatrend?

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Five things you need to know about trends investing

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