Q&A with Sam Kim, PM to $LRNZ (July 2022)

The tech industry may be looking for solid footing following a decade-long run of success punctuated by a massive upward reversal during the pandemic. These companies may be reaching their lowest point in years, and could offer a rare buying opportunity for secular growth.

The digitalization of the global economy is still in its infancy, cloud migration is at work, and AI & Deep Learning are only just beginning to manifest in our daily lives – revealing competitive advantages for many secular growth companies.

View the recording below for a Q&A with Mike Loukas and Sam Kim, Portfolio Manager to the TrueShares AI & Deep Learning ETF (LRNZ).

The TrueShares AI & Deep Learning ETF (AI ETF) is also subject to the following risks: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning Investment Risk – the extent of such technologies’ versatility has not yet been fully explored. There is no guarantee that these products or services will be successful and the securities of such companies, especially smaller, start-up companies, are typically more volatile than those of companies that do not rely heavily on technology. Foreign Securities Risk -The Fund invests in foreign securities which involves certain risks such as currency volatility, political and social instability and reduced market liquidity. Growth Investing Risk – The risk of investing in growth stocks that may be more volatile than other stocks because they are more sensitive to investor perceptions of the issuing company’s growth potential. IPO Risk – The Fund may invest in companies that have recently completed an initial public offering that are unseasoned equities lacking a trading history, a track record of reporting to investors, and widely available research coverage. IPOs are thus often subject to extreme price volatility and speculative trading. New Issuer Risk – Investments in shares of new issuers involve greater risks than investments in shares of companies that have traded publicly on an exchange for extended periods of time. Non-Diversification Risk – The Fund is non-diversified which means it may be invested in a limited number of issuers and susceptible to any economic, political and regulatory events than a more diversified fund.