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The technology sector can provide attractive growth potential for investors' portfolios—a big benefit in a world where growth is hard to come by. Discover how to capitalize on today's high-tech "Golden Age of Innovation."

3 High-Tech Mega-Themes

Because technology today enhances and overlays virtually every other economic sector, tech investors should keep up on the trends set to dominate tomorrow’s landscape. Here are three of the biggest themes:

Spending on cloud computing is expected to grow at a 19% rate, saving companies money and improving productivity.¹
With approximately 1.2 billion smartphones and tablets shipped worldwide in 2013, mobile Internet is creating a massive new marketplace.²
The "Internet of Things": 10 billion devices are connected to the Internet today; that number could reach 75 billion by 2020.³ Semiconductor, analytics, security services and other businesses could benefit.

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1. Gartner, Inc., September, 2013.
2. Barclays Research.
3. "The Internet of Things Is Now," Morgan Stanley, September 24, 2013.

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For Class I shares among 188 funds in the Technology category as of 6/30/17. Morningstar measures risk-adjusted returns. The overall rating is a weighted average based on the 3-, 5- and 10-year star ratings.

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