Alison Porter, Graeme Clark, and Richard Clode, Portfolio Managers within the Janus Henderson Global Technology Team, provide their views on the news that Amazon, JP Morgan and Berkshire Hathaway are forming an alliance with the aim of lowering healthcare costs for the companies’ employees.
In this video, Richard Clode, Global Technology Portfolio Manager, talking at the Janus Henderson 2019 UK Investment Conference, describes how a convergence of technical trends and a digital generation ready to embrace change is likely to shape the future of companies.
In an historic defeat for the UK government, the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal was rejected by a margin of 432 to 202 on 15 January 2019. Bethany Payne, Portfolio Manager, Global Bonds, shares her thoughts on the outcome of the vote.
Ben Lofthouse, Head of Global Equity Income, provides his thoughts on the vote on Brexit by members of Parliament and the impact of the uncertainty that surrounds the UK’s future relationship with the European Union.
Converging trends are creating the perfect storm for further disruption in the technology sector. Richard Clode, Global Technology Portfolio Manager, comments on the opportunities that may lie ahead and how to avoid the potential pitfalls that the associated hype may bring.
With the markets finally coming round to the idea of the late-cycle stage in the economies, John Pattullo and Jenna Barnard, Co-Heads of Strategic Fixed Income, share their thoughts on the subject, expanding on the risks and opportunities arising from this theme in 2019.
Disruption is a constant process and any successful investment strategy must take this into account. Andrew Gillan, Head of Asia ex-Japan Equities at Janus Henderson Investors, discusses the opportunities that disruption can offer in the Asia region.
Chinese companies continue to disrupt the technology market. In this video, Richard Clode, Portfolio Manager in the Janus Henderson Global Technology team, discusses his recent trip to China where he met the next wave of disruptors in the sector.
Innovative internet companies are highly disruptive and increasingly dominant within the Chinese economy but they are regulated by the Communist Party, which perceives disruption to be a threat to the status quo. In this video update, Charlie Awdry discusses the interesting implications of this dynamic for investing in China.