Beyond Bulls & Bears

There’s Much More to Tech Investing than the US Market
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There’s Much More to Tech Investing than the US Market

Although US technology equities tend to dominate the conversation about technology investing, Franklin Equity Group’s John Remmert and Don Huber believe there are many innovative international technology companies that tend to get overlooked.

Why the Future Still Means Fossil Fuels, for Now
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Why the Future Still Means Fossil Fuels, for Now

Franklin Equity Group's Fred Fromm and Matt Adams explain why they think natural gas is likely to play a major role in the US transition to cleaner energy.

Why Digital Transformation Will Transcend This Pandemic
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Why Digital Transformation Will Transcend This Pandemic

Franklin Equity Group’s Jonathan Curtis explains why he believes the pandemic marked the beginning of many companies’ digital journeys.

Monitoring Biotech’s Race for a Vaccine
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Monitoring Biotech’s Race for a Vaccine

Franklin Equity Group's Evan McCulloch and Wendy Lam give their take on when a COVID-19 vaccine could be available for public use.

Outlook and Implications for the Upcoming US Election
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Outlook and Implications for the Upcoming US Election

Franklin Equity Group Portfolio Manager Grant Bowers considers what potential election outcomes could mean for the US equity market. He also explains why he thinks investors should prepare for possible bouts of equity market volatility.

Three Ways to View the Gold Rally from an Equity Viewpoint
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Three Ways to View the Gold Rally from an Equity Viewpoint

Despite reaching all-time highs above $2,000 per troy ounce this summer, gold prices might still have room to run, according to Franklin Equity Group’s Steve Land. In addition, he shares some reasons why the current environment could present new opportunities for gold-focused miners to redefine themselves as stronger businesses.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution Is Just Beginning
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution Is Just Beginning

Franklin Equity Group’s Matt Moberg explains how the current pace of innovation is driving productivity gains—and accelerating economic growth.

Innovation Is Everywhere: Five Platforms for Growth
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Innovation Is Everywhere: Five Platforms for Growth

Franklin Equity Group’s Matt Moberg explains how innovation can be found in any part of the economy and where his team is uncovering it for their portfolio.

COVID-19 Crisis Accelerates the Digital Transformation Trend
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COVID-19 Crisis Accelerates the Digital Transformation Trend

Digital transformation was already underway prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the resulting economic crisis has caused an acceleration, according to Franklin Equity Group’s Jonathan Curtis. He shares where his team is looking for potential opportunities within technology during the current period and beyond.

Biotechnology Innovation During COVID-19
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Biotechnology Innovation During COVID-19

Innovation has always been a key driver for the biotechnology industry. Even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is still significant progress in the discovery and development of innovative drugs. Franklin Equity Group’s Evan McCulloch and Wendy Lam are excited about three areas of innovation within biotech that they believe will continue to create value in the long term.

PODCAST: Investing in Innovation: Impact of the Coronavirus Crisis
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PODCAST: Investing in Innovation: Impact of the Coronavirus Crisis

Franklin Equity Group’s Matt Moberg explores equity investing in the wake of the coronavirus—with an eye on innovation. In our latest "Talking Markets" podcast, he shares his outlook for the tech and biotech sectors in light of recent market uncertainty.

Getting Back to Normal
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Getting Back to Normal

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how global consumers learn, shop, travel and work, as well as how they fulfill entertainment and health care needs. Franklin Equity Group’s John Remmert and Donald Huber share which trends they think are permanent and which are likely just a phase.