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Niels Jensen’s book on the six structural mega-trends that will dramatically change the world we live in has been out since late March 2018, and has been very well received by various media.
You can read some of the commentary here:
The End of Indexing is reviewed in an article titled 'Everything Is Trending Down: Ditch Passive Investing' on the Forbes website
Our CIO was interviewed by Chuck Jaffe at Money Life for a review of his recent book The End of Indexing.
The End of Indexing has been featured as Book of the Week in Money Week.
Niels recently wrote an article titled 'What happens to the economy when generation X retires?' which has been published by CityWire.
Niels was invited to write an article for MarketWatch following his recent book release, 'The End of Indexing'.
In this episode we discuss his recent book, The End of Indexing: Six Structural Mega-Trends That Threaten Passive Investing.... I encourage everyone to check out his fantastic newsletters and also his book, “The End of Indexing: Six Structural Mega-Trends That Threaten Passive Investing”.
This book is essential reading for anyone interested in getting a head start on the investment trends of tomorrow... Perhaps the most interesting trend covered is the demographic phenomenon of the retirement of the baby boomers.
My guest on the show today has written an excellent new book which takes a look into the future for investors, predicting six structural mega-trends that threaten passive investing.
Niels Jensen's The End of Indexing: Six structural mega-trends that will threaten passive investment (Harriman House, 2018) is a wonderfully thought-provoking book. It tackles macro issues that threaten not only passive investment but much active investment as well.