Technology

The technology sector has provided investors with some of the largest ever market returns. In the last 30 years companies like Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and Intel have transformed our world and the finances of investors. Going back further, investors in the motor car, or even the steam locomotive, generated gargantuan fortunes. Why? Because technology disrupts. It revolutionises. It constantly drives forward, remaking the world. And with that change comes the largest of opportunities to make money.

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Sam Volkering explains how and why he seeks out revolutionary tech stocks and Andrew Lockley interviews a prominent member of the alt-right.
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These are the industries to watch if you’re investing in tech in 2017, and the individual opportunities just on the horizon, according to our expert.
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Let me share one of our key forecasts for 2017. It’s all about oil and a major change in the markets that new technology is going to bring about…
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Latest Technology articles

  • Schrodinger’s Tesla

    Sometimes I daydream. Some of them repeat. I’m sure you all have this. One of the daydreams that recurs for me is this. The former scientist Schrodinger puts all Tesla investors into a big box. In that box is a…

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  • The patriotic investor is in for a boom

    The furore over 5G and China’s Huawei continues. And today I’ll reveal how the very same phenomenon is set to play out right across the tech investing spectrum. Think of it as the nationalisation of tech. But first, what happened?…

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  • A tech bubble and a housing bubble, at the same time

    Have you heard of the Austrian business cycle theory (ABCT)? Not many tech investors have. It implies that their successes, when they happen in clusters, have nothing to do with technology at all. The 2000 tech bubble wasn’t about the…

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  • What would you have done in 1933?

    Today’s Exponential Investor comes to you from our The Fleet Street Letter Monthly Alert subscribers. They demanded we share our latest monthly issue with you. In a format that does not reveal any of the “subscribers only” financial advice, of…

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  • Xi Jinping is on the phone for you

    Who would you rather have tapping your phone? Siri or Xi Jinping? Surveillance capitalism may seem bad. But it’s nothing compared to surveillance communism. People who use technology today are mortified to discover that their advertising is tailored to them….

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  • An American in London

    In today’s episode of our 20/20 Vision series, I’ve something special for you – a gentleman “old school” Southbank Investment Research readers in particular will remember and appreciate. The founder of our business, Dan Denning, was in town recently, and…

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  • Don’t punt on your opinions

    Today’s edition of 20/20 Visions comes from our trend following expert Thomas Meyer. Ever since Tom showed up at the office bearing gifts of Texan beef jerky, he’s been a favourite. And his investment mantra is catching on: There’s a…

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  • How to break the rules like a central banker

    In today’s episode of 20/20 Vision, I sit down with my good friend and colleague Nickolai Hubble to discuss what the coming year has in store for investors (we let our video production go nuts with the background). In our…

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  • Nick Hubble, old tech

    I’m a slow adopter of new tech. I wait for everyone else to iron out the bugs before joining the fad. But lately I’ve noticed something odd. A reversal in tech trends. People seem to be going backwards. They’re using…

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  • Privateering in the healthcare sector

    I’ve experienced a lot of different healthcare systems. The NHS is failing to impress, so far. We’ve had IT systems go down, preventing urgent care. A fellow patient waited for so long he finally lost it and had to be…

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