Catching The Great AI Wave
Jennison Associates explores their belief that a generative AI–driven investment cycle will sweep through the technology sector and, ultimately, the economy.
While macro influences can move equities for fleeting periods, dynamic growth from innovative forces outside the economic cycle offers ongoing opportunity as investors return to focusing on fundamentals over time. Still in its nascent stage, artificial intelligence is quickly emerging as this generation’s most consequential megatrend given its potential to transform the global economy.
Innovative companies delivering powerful new products and services with durable earnings offer investors compelling opportunities for long-term growth. Explore the key themes driving the future.
PGIM’s fundamental equity manager Jennison Associates emphasises opportunities related to secular growth trends by isolating innovative companies that are uniquely positioned to capitalise on them. This approach offers access to fast-growing businesses providing cutting-edge products and services in developed and emerging markets, with a particular focus on rising companies poised to become future market leaders.
Jennison Associates manages $175 billion using an active investment approach driven by individual-company fundamentals. Successfully employed for more than five decades, the approach identifies companies behind structural shifts in their industries that enjoy sustainable competitive advantages and consistent revenue gains. Portfolio characteristics reflect the most compelling opportunities uncovered through exhaustive, bottom-up research.
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