Webinar: Opportunities & Outlook in Disruptive Innovation

Date: Thursday, June 30, 2022

Time: 1:00pm ET

Disruptive and innovative trends are fundamentally transforming our world. Over the next decade, an estimated $90 trillion will be added to equity market appreciation, and more than half of that is expected to come from disruptive technologies.

Join us for a discussion on investment opportunities and outlook in the new economy, including cloud computing, cybersecurity, future cars, and many other industry disrupters. What you will learn in this webinar:

• Potential benefits of positioning “thematic investing” as an asset class in a diversified portfolio
• Why data is the new gold and how innovation is changing everything
• Investment opportunities that may exist in disruptive technology sectors

Echelon Wealth Partners, Ottawa Branch

Guest Speaker:
Raj Lala, President & CEO at Evolve ETFs

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