Essentials: the Global Technology Strategy



In this 'Essentials' video, Alison Porter, Richard Clode and Graeme Clark, portfolio managers in the UK-based Janus Henderson Global Technology Team along with Stuart O’Gorman, provide an introduction to the strategy, including team overview, investment approach and objective, key differentiators and why investors should consider an actively-managed approach to investing in global technology stocks.
Hype cycle: developed by the advisory and information technology firm Gartner, it is a graphical representation of the maturity, adoption and social application phases of emerging technologies.
DRAM: Dynamic Random Access Memory is a low-cost and high-capacity memory used in digital electronics, including the main memory in computers.
Moore’s Law: coined in 1965 by Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore, it is the ability to roughly double the number of transistors that can fit onto a chip (aka integrated circuit) every two years.

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