JPMorgan Makes a BofA Stock List for the World's Aging

JPMorgan Makes a BofA Stock List for the World's Aging ...

The world''s population is rapidly increasing.

In a letter, analysts said the number of people aged 65 to 2050 is predicted to more than double throughout the world.

According to the figures, this will result from an increase in life expectancy and a drop in fertility rates. The worlds greying will result in structural imbalances, such as shrinking labor forces, increasing pension viability, increased healthcare expenditure and pressure on public budgets.

According to the reports, innovations and investments in health and education, increased technology adoption, automation, artificial intelligence, smarter healthcare, and financial planning are among the areas covered.

Financial services, healthcare, and life science are among the sectors that will benefit.

The analysts have identified 11 stocks that should benefit from the ageing trend:

Prudential (PUKPF), a emerging-markets-focused insurer in the United Kingdom;

A Hong Kong-based AIA Group (AAIGF) is a venture capital firm based in Asia-Pacific.

JPMorgan Chase JPM, the largest bank in the United States;

The Swiss Bank, UBS XUHJF

Amundi (AMDUF) is a Paris-based asset manager.

Nihon''s M&A Center (NHMAF) is a private equity business that offers mergers and acquisition and IPO services;

a Japanese nursing recruitment company, SMS (SMSZF)

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Morningstars defeat JPMorgan Chase.

Morningstar analyst Eric Compton gives the company a large moat and puts fair value for the company at $151. It recently traded at $128.06.

In a letter, JPMorgan Chase is arguably the most dominant bank in the United States.

JPMorgan is a must-have asset and wealth management franchises, a strong investment bank, a commercial bank, a credit card, and a retail bank.

A combination of scale, diversification, and robust risk management for the bank is like a straightforward process to gain leverage, but there have been few other firms unable to execute a similar approach, according to Compton.

Even the best-managed banks are not immune to the occasional stumble, but JPMorgan has seemingly managed to assemble all of the components in a more cohesive and less error-prone manner than their peers.

Morningstars Take on Welltower

Kevin Brown, an analyst at Morningstar, gives the company no moat and puts fair value for the company at $97. It recently traded at $86.03.

In a letter, Welltower will benefit from industry tailwinds because of its portfolio of high-quality assets linked to top executives in the senior housing sector, skilled nursing facilities, and medical office buildings.

In addition to these relationships, Welltower has been able to redouble their expertise to boost revenue-enhancing initiatives and cost-control efficiencies at the property level.

According to Brown, Welltower does not get a moat, because senior housing is one of Welltower''s largest divisions. There''s no obstacle to entering the business, with no supply limitation.

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