Are you one of those interested in self-help books?
If you are, I suggest you go through Atomic Habits by James Clear. It provides a very practical and effective way of making small improvements in your daily life through habits.
It talks about getting 1% better every day.
Over time, these small 1% improvements grow into big results.
I believe this is true in the investing world as well.
Why do I say that?
You see, India too is improving 1% every day. That's why it's difficult to notice the improvement.
But the improvement is real and will likely change the face of our country for the better in the decade ahead.
Just look at India's current population demographic. More than 65% of the population is below the age of 35.
Some people may talk about the problem of creating jobs for so many people entering the workforce.
On the other hand, it is a great opportunity if utilised in the right manner.
We saw this in the early 90s with outsourcing in the IT industry.
India had a huge English-speaking population. As a result, we became the preferred destination for IT-BPM (Business Process Management) services.
This industry now employs close to 3.9 million of the working population. And adds close to 0.1 million people annually.
But there's another sector in which I see a similar trend - Pharma.
Let me tell you about it...
The traditional model for pharma companies in developed countries was to focus on drug discovery via their in-house Research and Development (R&D).
This was fine with patents running for over 15-20 years. This was long enough to cover their R&D costs.
But the past few years has seen a faster pace for drug approvals for generic drugs.
As per the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA), 763 drug approvals were received in FY17 as compared to 440 in FY13.
With more generic drugs hitting the market, at a faster pace, the days of milking patents for decades is over.
To counter this, big pharma companies are looking for cost effective measures to reduce their R&D spend.
Did you know that India ranks 4th in the world among countries with the most doctoral graduates?
For a big pharma company, the cost per scientist, for R&D in India, is 3.5 times lower than the in-house cost.
Contract Research Organisations (CROs) are the companies in India providing research services to big pharma companies.
This is a classic example of India's huge working population presenting a great opportunity for investors like yourself.
And this is just one irreversible trend... I've identified 50 such irreversible trends in the economy today.
I'm not talking about the distant future. These trends are happening right now in India!
Like 1% improvements, not everyone will spot them... But the investor who catches these trends early, will create life-changing wealth for himself.
These irreversible trends have the potential to snowball into a huge transformation.
This transformation is what I call - Rebirth of India.
The Rebirth of India is at the heart of my big prediction: Sensex 100,000.
I'm not talking about stocks that could go up 2 or 3 times. I'm talking about huge multibagger returns that could change your life forever.
As I've written to you over the last few days, the Rebirth of India is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
You need to make sure that you don't miss out on this, dear reader.
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Speaking of talent in India, did you know that higher education is no more the domain of developed economies?
According to the latest Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report, India ranks 4th in the number of doctoral graduates worldwide.
Will India Be the World's Biggest Talent Hub?
United States tops the list followed by Germany, United Kingdom, and India.
Growth rates of graduates among developed nations are showing signs of a slowdown. Lack of interest in science as well as an ageing population are one of the main reasons for this.
On the other hand, India with its young population has no such issues. Scarcity of talent means these developed nations will have to rely on talent from emerging nations like India.
Indian companies that can train and retain highly skilled talent will benefit from this irreversible trend.
And there are 50 such irreversible trends driving the Rebirth of India.
Tanushree Banerjee (Research Analyst)
Editor, The 5 Minute WrapUp
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