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A fund betting on robots and AI is crushing it — and it's targeting millennial investors (BOTZ)

When Jay Jacobs, director of research at Global X, was looking to start new theme-based exchange-traded funds last year, a robotics and artificial intelligence ETF just made sense. "I think a lot of times the finance world gets lost in its own jargon of risk adjusted returns and Sharpe ratios and risk factors," Jacobs told Markets Insider. "The story behind robotics and AI is very straightforward to everybody.
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