Money Life: Strong Demographic Demand will Keep Real Estate Hopping in 2021John Patrick Lee, CFA, Product ManagerFebruary 09, 2021
Product manager John Patrick Lee joins Money Life to discuss how work from home has also become “play from home”. Video gaming has been a growing trend before the pandemic started, and have continued to grow and gain new users that are predicted may continue to game after things go back to normal. Twitch streaming also increased viewership while many in person sports have been losing audience viewership.
- How quarantines accelerated trends already in place
- How we can expect to see revenues grow in Esports
- Video gaming VS Online Gambling
- Guest speakers also discuss the pandemics effect on real estate, demographic trends, cyber security, and how people save
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Authored byJohn Patrick Lee, CFA