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Sectorbeleggen in Onzekere Tijden

Welke sectoren staan er het best voor? Kijk hier het webinar Sectorbeleggen in Onzekere Tijden terug!

In 2020 presteerde de Technology-sector het best tijdens de uitbraak van de Corona-pandemie. Welke sector profiteert dit jaar het meest van het herstel van de economie?

In het webinar over sectorbeleggen van 11 maart jl. deelden de specialisten van State Street SPDR ETF’s en de makers van de bekende Relative Rotation Graphs (RRG) hun laatste inzichten en trends in sectoren vanuit een fundamenteel en technisch oogpunt.

Kijk hier het webinar terug

Sprekers:

  • Noussair Aatil werkt voor SPDR ETF’s en is de schakel tussen beleggers in Nederland en de verschillende specialisten binnen State Street.
  • Julius de Kempenaer heeft de Relative Rotation Graphs® ontwikkeld. Naast oprichter is hij ook Hoofd RRG Research.
Uitnodiging webinar
Sectorbeleggen in Onzekere Tijden
Donderdag 11 maart 2021 | 19:00 uur
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