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Artificial Intelligence is being adopted across the financial industry. In a recent poll by the World Economic Forum, executives at 151 leading financial institutions were asked questions about the prospects of AI in their business. 77% expect AI to be a critical part of their business in the next two years and 64% expect to be mass adopters. Magnifi can bring this cutting-edge technology to your financial institution. Adopters of Magnifi’s products will utilize machine learning techniques that can optimize portfolios for their clients across risk, return, themes, fees, and other factors. AI’s wide adoption is being utilized to lower high labor costs, or even better, to augment current labor for more productivity. Finally, Magnifi delivers all of this with a simple set of tools that are easy for advisors to interact with to deliver their clients the best product possible.
Artificial Intelligence is one of the fastest-growing segments of technology, and while most people think of AI as a computer listening to their conversations to send them advertisements it’s growing just as rapidly in the world of finance. In 2019, AI and machine learning was a $6.67 billion dollar segment of the financial world according to a study by Mordor Intelligence. That number is expected to more than triple by 2025 as the projection is $22.6 billion. Additionally, Business Insider pins the savings to financial institutions and banks by AI at $447 billion in the next two years. Magnifi can bring these powerful tools to your advising team to put research insights, analytics, and custom solutions for your clients at your fingertips. Magnifi uses natural language intelligence that can filter thousands of investment opportunities to provide the best opportunities to your clients, and these features are as simple to use as a Google search.
Finding growth stocks seems difficult with many of the tech giants at their peak, but robotics and artificial intelligence is the route many investors are peering down in order to hit the next big growth company. The biggest ETFs in the space are ARK Autonomous Technology Robotics ETF (ARKQ), Global X Robotics & Artificial intelligence ETF (BOTZ), Robo Global Robotics and Automation Index ETF (ROBO), iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Multisector ETF (IRBO), and First Trust Nasdaq Artificial Intelligence & Robotics ETF (ROBT). Cathie Wood’s ARKQ has outperformed this year in large part due to a bet on TESLA, but the ROBO ETF has outperformed the SPY over the last 5 years. Intuitive Surgical and Nvidia are the only stocks held by all five ETFs, and Chinese tech underpins most of these ETFs, which could be worrisome as regulation is erratic lately. However, Wall Street has the highest upside with most of the Chinese companies, with Alibaba Group and Baidu Inc. leading the way with over 60% appreciation anticipated. In the U.S. its TuSimple Holdings and PTC Inc. that have the largest consensus upside.
FINSUM: These robotics stocks are some of the best bets to be staples in the Nasdaq in the next decade, and should be part of your momentum portfolio.
Magnifi’s Artificial intelligence is changing the way small financial advisors can interact with their client’s portfolios. They provide a wide variety of tools and services that can build a more diverse, robust, and optimized portfolio to suit your client’s needs. From the simple search features that allow investors to gauge the history of funds and stocks to more sophisticated tools like leverage selection that navigate the risk of a customized portfolio, Magnifi gives advisors options that allow them to compete with larger investment teams. Additionally, customizing portfolios is easier and quicker which allows advisors to draw in more clientele, all the while providing the personal experience a small financial team can offer. Finally, Magnifi seamlessly integrates with other leading custodians and optimizes the clients' experience. All of these features solve problems larger firms make hires to fix!
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