Webinar: Investing in Disruptive Technologies: Future Cars
Date: Tuesday, October 5, 2021
Time: 2:00pm ET

The automobile industry is poised to undergo the biggest transformation in a lifetime. 2020 has already been heralded as the “Year of the Electric Vehicle.” With the automobile industry racing toward electrification, there is a growing demand and opportunity to invest in this industry. Join us for a discussion on the growth trends expected in the automotive market in 2021 and beyond.

Evolve Automobile Innovation Index Fund (TSX: CARS) is Canada’s First Automobile Innovation ETF. The fund invests primarily in equity securities of companies that are directly or indirectly involved in developing electric cars and drivetrains, autonomous driving or network connected services for automobiles. Shift your investments into gear.

For more information on investing in this electric vehicle ETF, please contact us or join the webinar.

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This presentation is CE Credit pending.

Investing in Future Cars

Join us in discussing investment opportunities that may exist in the future of the automobile

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