Our framework is built on the convergence of demographics, technological innovation, and the long-term debt cycle.
Each of these core pillars impacts the three building blocks of growth (productivity, labor, and capital) at both the macro (economy-wide) and micro (company-specific) levels.
We have built our seven core themes around this framework: The Long-Term Debt Cycle, Data Centric World, The Modern Consumer, Industry 4.0, Digital Finance, Healthcare Redefined, and National Defense.
As students of economic history, we cannot ignore the long-term debt cycle. We believe the Western sovereign debt bubble is bursting. Inflation has threatened the decade-long low-interest rate environment, which subsequently threatens the very foundation of our financial system - an ever-increasing debt load.
INVESTING IN INNOVATION
All companies can be innovative. Modern technology comes in all shapes and sizes, transcending traditional sector boundaries. As investors, we seek to identify companies employing innovation to grow addressable markets, increase market share, or develop new markets entirely.
DATA CENTRIC WORLDData Infrastructure
Internet of Things
THE MODERN CONSUMERE-Commerce
Health & Wellness
DIGITAL FINANCEDigitization of Financial Services: Payments, Lending & Insurance
HEALTHCARE REDEFINEDPrecision Medicine
NATIONAL DEFENSEAerospace & Defense
“We overestimate the impact of technology in the short term and underestimate the effect in the long run.”
-Amara's Law - Roy Amara - 1960's Stanford Computer Scientist