Tech in Australia: Investing Down Under

The Australian tech sector is growing quickly as it continues to attract international attention.


With numerous investment opportunities ranging from esports, to cleantech, to security, the Australian tech market has a lot to offer. Are you looking for informative resources to start investing in Australian tech? Read our FREE starters guide to learn the fundamentals!

Table of Contents

  • Australia Technology Investing: An Overview
  • 10 Top ASX Tech Stocks
  • 3 Australian Esports Stocks
  • 9 ASX Cleantech Stocks

Dear Tech Investor,

Australia has witnessed 27 consecutive years of economic growth. Here's an inside look at how to invest in its accelerating tech industry. The Australian tech sector is growing quickly as it continues to attract international attention.

PwC reports that between 2012 and 2017, information and communication technology exports reached US$3.2 billion, rising at a 60 percent uptick. Despite this growth, the tech sector in Australia is largely overshadowed by other export industries.

In light of these demands, the Australian government is working with technology companies to increase efficiencies in agriculture, biofuels and other tech related industries. With international interest accelerating in Australia's tech sector, our FREE outlook report looks at the different ways to invest in this growing industry.

So how do savvy investors manage to navigate the complex market of Australian tech? That's a question we have set out to answer through deep-seated research and conversations with industry experts. We have gathered data and insights from industry experts including investors, fund managers and CEO's.

All of this valuable information is available to you for FREE in the form of our new outlook report: Tech in Australia – Investing Down Under.

What's Ahead for the Australian Tech Market?

According to the Economist, few countries have as many attractive economic conditions as Australia â€" namely low public debt levels, rising incomes and affordability. To boot, the economy has not witnessed a recession since September 1990.

Businesses are slowly integrating AI and advanced technology systems into business operations. In one study, 30 percent of chief investment officers surveyed in Australia and New Zealand were applying digital systems into their businesses. This represents a 70 percent growth opportunity in the future, the study added.

So how will this affect the Australian tech market? Which Australian tech stocks are worthy of your attention and investment? Read our FREE report to gain valuable insight into the Australian tech market!

Loaded With Value

What you've read above is just a small snippet of the content we have available within our report. On top of expert insights and pricing analysis, we've found high quality tech stocks that every investor should be keenly aware of.

Our report includes perspectives from tech experts, investors, major institutions and more.

This FREE Special Report is designed to help you!

How much would you pay for all of that? We are here to offer it for free. Why? Because educating investors with unbiased information is simply good business. It's as simple as that.

Of course, after first asking, “Is the Australian tech market a good investment?" your next question might be what are the credentials of the Investing News Network…

Who We Are

Investing News Network is a growing network of authoritative publications delivering independent, unbiased news and education for investors. We deliver knowledgeable, carefully curated coverage of a variety of markets including gold, silver, copper and many others. This means you read nothing but the best investing advice, and never have to waste your valuable time doing hours, days or weeks of research yourself.

At the same time, not a single word of the content we choose for you is paid for by any company or investment advisor: We choose our content based solely on its informational and educational value to you, the investor.

So if you are looking for a way to diversify your portfolio, Australian tech investing might be on your radar.

This is the place to start. Right now.

Are you worried about international trade wars affecting the economy? Global debt? Another financial crash like 2008? There are many reasons to be looking for good investments, but not all stocks are created equally.

Remember, it costs you nothing to read this special report, and it could make or break your investment in the Australian tech market this year. We're pleased to be able to make it available to you at no cost, and hope you'll take advantage of the expertise it delivers.

Millions of other investors have already taken steps to secure their futures and sleep soundly at night – why would you wait any longer to get started yourself?

So I urge you to sit down today and carefully read Tech in Australia: Investing Down Under. Keep an open mind, give its insights careful thought and take your time in making any decisions. Remember, this FREE Special Report is yours to keep, so you can refer back to it at any time to guide your future moves.

Thank you for hearing me out and for your interest in the Investing News Network. Join me soon as a confident tech investor in the Australian markets!

Yours for financial self-reliance,

Nick Smith

Publisher.

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