Over at U.S. News and World Report, Krull & Company's Peter Krull joins several thought leaders in discussing how millennials are adapting the trend of "thematic investing."
Forget the investing style of your parents and grandparents. As times have changed, so have attitudes. Thematic investing is trending upward as more millennials and everyday investors look to change up their portfolio.
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Use what Krull calls the "what's the next economy?" philosophy. Ask yourself what the economy will look like a decade from now.
Consider what companies may be providing energy and consumer goods. Look for companies that are doing innovative research and development that are open to trying new things.
"Companies that aren't afraid to make educated risks on new products and services have every chance," he says.