What Is Thematic Investing? Definition & Examples

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By TheStreet Staff What Is Thematic Investing?Thematic investing describes investment in trends that are expected to play out over the long term. The strategy is based on the expectation that investing in a particular theme will produce returns greater than traditional types of investments. It’s a top-down approach to investing that examines how societal shifts and factors at the macroeconomic level are expected to play out and affect the financial system and the economy, and in turn, the value of certain companies. For example, bond investors looking to invest in corporate bonds might examine…

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