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Industries

Our club is broken down into seven Industry Groups. Read a little more about them below. Attached to each industry is the  Executive Summary created by our Analysts

Financials

This sector comprises establishments primarily engaged in financial transactions and/or in facilitating financial transactions. Three principal types of activities are identified as: raising funds by taking deposits, issuing securities and, in the process, incurring liabilities. Investment Opportunities in this industry : Asset Management(including PE/VC), Investment Banking, and Fin-tech.

 

Industry Drivers:

  • Consumer Confidence Index

  • Corporate Profit

  • Per Capita Disposable Income

  • Regulation for the Banking Sector

Communication Services

Communication Services sector is made up of companies that make communication possible on a global scale, whether it is through the phone or the Internet, through airwaves or cables, through wires or wirelessly. This sector was previously called the Telecom sector, but consumer discretionary and technology stocks are being added into the sector as it’s been redefined. Communication services now include telecom, former tech, former consumer discretionary, media, entertainment, interactive media and services, and interactive home entertainment sub-industries. Because communication services is including former tech stocks, the sector is more risky with lower dividend yield when compared to the old telecom sector.

Our Segments: 

  • Media & Entertainment

  • Interactive Media & Services

  • Communications Equipment

  • Wireless Telecommunication Services

  • Diversified Telecommunication Services

Technology

The technology sector is the category of companies relating to the research and development, as well as the distribution of goods and services that are technologically powered. The sector contains businesses that manufacture electronics, build software and hardware, and companies that offer services related to information technology. 

 

Our Segments: 

  • Software and Services

  • Technology Hardware and Equipment

  • Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment

Healthcare Industry

This sector comprises establishments primarily engaged in financial transactions and/or in facilitating financial transactions. vhree principal types of activities are identified as: raising funds by taking deposits, issuing securities and, in the process, incurring liabilities.

 

Industry Drivers:

a. Consumer Confidence Index

b. Corporate Profit

c. Per Capita Disposable Income

d. Regulation for the Banking Sector

Investment Opportunities: Asset Management(including PE/VC), Investment Banking, Fin-tech.

 

Competitive Landscape: The Finance industry is characterized by low levels of market concentration, with the four largest operators (insert) accounting for only 10.7%

of industry revenue. Competition between operators is intense and increasing.

EIU

This sector comprises establishments primarily engaged in financial transactions and/or in facilitating financial transactions. vhree principal types of activities are identified as: raising funds by taking deposits, issuing securities and, in the process, incurring liabilities.

 

Industry Drivers:

a. Consumer Confidence Index

b. Corporate Profit

c. Per Capita Disposable Income

d. Regulation for the Banking Sector

Investment Opportunities: Asset Management(including PE/VC), Investment Banking, Fin-tech.

 

Competitive Landscape: The Finance industry is characterized by low levels of market concentration, with the four largest operators (insert) accounting for only 10.7%

of industry revenue. Competition between operators is intense and increasing.

Consumer Discretionary

The consumer discretionary sector comprises businesses that sell nonessential products and services that consumers may avoid without any major consequences to their well-being. Unlike consumer discretionary goods, consumer staples products, such as food, beverages, and tobacco, are goods that consumers tend to buy regardless of where the economy is in its business cycle.

Consumer confidence plays a central role in the consumer discretionary sector. Other things that contribute to improvement in consumer spending power, such as higher wages or decreases in prices of other goods, can also improve economic prospects for the consumer discretionary sector. The sector is also facing secular trends that create headwinds, including a continued shift to online shopping, EV, and consumers' pursuit of healthier lifestyles.

The massive stimulus efforts and stay-at-home orders spurred a surge in spending on home improvement and e-commerce sales early in the crisis. While that pace has slowed, higher wages, high levels of excess savings for all but the lowest income brackets, and a boom in house prices continue to support demand.

Market Cap: $6.26T

Market Weight: 11.41%

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