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Apps, bots and 'finfluencers': how to navigate the changing world of investing

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Private Investors

Private investors - private equity firms, venture capitalists, and hedge funds - deploy capital on behalf of the vital institutions that provide for retirement and administer public coffers. These investors are vulnerable to dramatic shifts in regulation and public perception, particularly amid the upheaval caused by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and their fortunes are closely tied to the same trends affecting their institutional counterparts: pension reform, changes in monetary policy, and fluctuating demand for alternative assets.

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