If you wanted to take investment advice after the financial crash in 2008 and beyond, you could have done a lot worse than listening to Brian Belski.
The Chief Investment Strategist of BMO Capital Markets, and his team, started calling for a 20-25-year bull market in 2009.
During the 2010s while many macro strategists and academics were pointing out everything that could trip up the market, stocks generally chugged higher.
And after the pandemic-led crash last year, Belski called the bottom nearly to the day. He said the market had reset and the bull market still had at least another 10 years to run.
We’ll post a fascinating interview with Belski next week.
For now, here are three innovative, leading companies that can thrive for at least the next decade.