Fundamental Thinking

The perspectives of Harding Loevner’s analysts on a range of investment topics.

Modeling the Metaverse: Facebook, Apple, Meta, and the Fight to...

Super Cycles: This Time It Might Be for Wheel

Third Law: How a Pair of Chip Companies Came to...

The Pot Thickens: Online Gambling Comes of Age

Update: The Vaccine Race Investment Case Enters a New Phase

The First Time in Memory: Have Durable Profits Finally Arrived...

Hearing Aids for All—Sound Good?

Untested: The Investment Case Behind the Race for a Coronavirus...

A People’s War: China and the Coronavirus

It’s a Wrap? How Consumer Behavior Is Shaping the Future...

The Global Recycling Shakeup: Why Tech Is Replacing Cheap Labor...

A Bitter Pill: Why Big Pharma’s Era of Big Profits...

Why Subscription Revenue Is Lifting the Enterprise Software Industry—And Investor...

A Prescription for Growth? Why Pharma Companies Are Testing New...

Faster Fashion: Why Being Quick to Market Matters More Now...

Are Biosimilars the Next Big Growth Opportunity for the Pharmaceutical...

The New Retail: Why the Future of Shopping Will Be...

Why Battling Bugs Is a Booming Business, and May Be...

A Runway to Growth for Airport Services Companies

Laser Technology Continues to Burn New Ground

The Ramadan Effect: How Islam’s Holy Month Impacts Businesses

Online Marketplaces for Loans Are Growing Rapidly. Should Banks Be...

How an Industry That Helps Feed an Increasingly Hungry Planet...

Domestic Disruptors: For Some Japanese Companies, Breaking with Custom Offers...

Will the Sharing Economy Deliver the Goods?

Disrupting Your Closet: How Customized Clothing Can Remake the Apparel...

Three Reasons Cement Companies Are as Durable as Their Product

Big Data Infects Life Itself

Craft Beer Is Going Flat. Can Craft Spirits Continue the...

Why 5G Will Transform Much More Than Telecommunications

Autonomous Driving Offers No Easy Path for Investors

China’s Talents Rise Through the Ranks

A New Round in the Battle of the Brands

Out of Our Minds

Ideas, arguments, and musings from inside Harding Loevner.

What’s Driving China’s Regulatory Transformation

Culture Club

From A to Xi: Regulatory Risk in China

Stock Portfolios, Football Teams, and the Stories We Tell Ourselves...

Big Health vs. Big Tech: A Fight over the Future...

Meme Stocks and Market Structure

Don’t Just Do Something—Stand There

4 Sources of Edge for Active Managers

Too Much Information

When Will Life Return to Normal?

Getting Real About Inflation … and Gold

Down the Rabbit Hole

Out of Our Minds—From the Beginning

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