- Global markets and economies have been undergoing several concurrent major shifts, or regime changes, in recent years.
- One of those shifts is in the fundamental drivers of corporate profits—which could have implications for potential investing returns.
- Other trends include a retreat from “peak globalization,” the move to a more multipolar world order, and decarbonization.
- For investors, these trends could mean increased inflationary pressures, greater opportunities for diversification and active management, and more.
These are significant life changes?