ROBO, believed to be the first robotics and automation exchange traded fund, has reached a new milestone in terms of its assets under management.
Index provider ROBO Global, which has holdings in more than 100 listed companies, says investors have embraced its dedicated focus on robotics, automation and artificial intelligence.
The ROBO Global Robotics & Automation Index ETF recently surpassed $1 billion in assets under management, and its managers say it has achieved the psychologically significant benchmark less than four years after launching. Continue reading Largest robotics and automation investment fund now has $1 billion in assets under management
The news that investments in robotics and automation companies have out-performed all other investments on the stock market will only add to the allure of this sector.
Fuelled by a renewed fascination and technological advancement in artificial intelligence, investors are enthusiastically looking for funds and companies in which to put their money.
There’s very few investments in life or in history that can offer get-rich-quick returns, but certainly a wise investor could make substantial returns if they are careful with their money. Continue reading Interview: Leading robotics and automation fund manager planning to launch new investment vehicle
In the second of our new series of articles about investing in robotics and automation, Brian Gahsman, managing partner and chief investment officer at GBSfunds, explains why his company, Gahsman Branton, is interested in investing in the robotics and automation market
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Robotics and Automation News: What is it about investing in the robotics and automation sector you find attractive?
Brian Gahsman: Years ago, one of my main focuses of investment was biotechnology and life sciences. During this time my research led me a couple of companies:
- Intuitive Surgical, which created the da Vinci robotic surgical system; and
- Organovo (main picture), whose technology is in the field of creating human organs from their proprietary biological 3D printing system.
I was fascinated by these companies’ seemingly game-changing technologies. I began exploring other companies worldwide involved in robotics and automation and found that these companies spanning multiple industries and sectors have emerged to become an entire industry group in itself and potentially an outperforming investment theme. Continue reading Investing in robotics and automation: Why bother?