Living in a digital age: Keeping up with the fast pace of technology

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Winston Lum and Jermyn Wong of Nikko Asset Management
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Winston Lum and Jermyn Wong of Nikko Asset Management

Internet companies have dramatically outperformed the broader market this year: they remained comparatively resilient during the market lows caused by Covid-19, and were quicker to rebound when markets recovered.

Despite their strong performance year to date, global internet companies will continue to thrive in a post-Covid economy.  Internet companies: A major beneficiary of changing habits Internet companies are likely to benefit from the changes brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. Digital advancements are being accelerated out of necessity to facilitate a contact-free society, and the internet is the glue binding everyone together in these socially-distant times. Dr Maxwell Maltz, author of Psycho Cybernetics, suggested habits require a minimum of 21 days to form. The pandemic has gon...

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