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Understanding Sector Consolidation, and the Pivotal Role it Plays in Portfolio Growth


Did you miss out on the technology consolidation wave which began in the late 90's? Or, more currently, the ones which are now underway within the biotech and cannibus industries? If you'd like to make sure that you're never again on the outside looking in during these very prosperous events, you should certainly read a post called "The Congealing" (https://www.howtoinvestblog.net/2021/05/the-congealing.html). This fascinating article is a recent addition to How To Invest (www.howtoinvestblog.net), which is Anthony Rhodes' popular medium for educating individuals on the tools and concepts of investing. Mr. Rhodes is the owner of wealth management firm The Planning Perspective (www.theplanningperspective.com).

"Consolidation is one of business' natural components." he began. "Survival of the fittest not only applies to natural selection, but for businesses, as well." he added. "A further expansion of this ethos is the 'big fish eats little fish' narrative, which is probably a more apt description of what's taking place with consolidation." he continued. "But what's important to understand is that this process has a beginning and an ending, and those who are able to recognize the cycle from its onset are the ones who maximize its tremendous growth dynamics within their portfolios."

Learning how to spot these trends is the central point of the article, and Mr. Rhodes provides a step-by-step accounting of how to accomplish this, which nearly anyone can easily understand and apply to their investment strategies.

"Time is of the essence when it comes to consolidation. Getting in during the middle or ending portions of this cycle can prove financially rewarding, but those who do so at the entry point are the ones who truly maximize its growth." he closed.   

 

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