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New and innovative products and services are making our day-to-day lives faster and easier. We drive safer, get the stuff we need sooner, pay for everything using a new online payment method, and our work, social interactions, and life are digital now. Companies enabling all those things are shaping our future. Some everyday examples are Tesla's electric cars, Zoom's video conferencing platform, or PayPal's payment solutions. The beauty of being a stock market investor is that we can be part owners of these future-shaping companies. Today, we are introducing a new list of companies shaping the future to make it easy for our users and community to discover and research them.
Discovering the companies shaping the future
If you've ever used Stock Card's Discover page, you can look up companies by more than 500 themes. Examples of such themes are "artificial intelligence" and "5G Technology." Our team at Stock Card spends a lot of time refreshing these themes and lists.
To create a list of companies shaping the future, we identified the themes and industries that are using advanced technology to develop their products. We came up with more than 100 such markets. You can access some of those lists by using the search bar on Stock Card's Discover page, or click on them below:
The result is a list of more than 1000 amazing companies that live their lives to create and shape humanity's future. Some of these companies may be very small and young and maybe worth adding to your watchlist. Some have built technologies that are already widely used and could be candidates for your portfolio. Among them, you can find strong and growing companies that are available at a lower price.
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