Technology companies have unquestionably been the winners of the pandemic. Share prices rocketed last year as millions grew accustomed to lockdown life and relied more than ever on their products.
Funds that invest in these companies soared and the Fidelity Global Technology fund was no exception: it has returned 40pc over the past 12 months, ahead of the 36pc from a global index of tech stocks.
Hyun Ho Sohn, who has run the £8.2bn fund since 2013, is now turning his attention to life after the pandemic and the stocks poised to take off when we exit lockdown. He tells Telegraph Money why he thinks not all technology shares are expensive and why one household name should be seen as one of Britain’s tech leaders.
Who is the fund for?
The fund is for any investor looking for long-term returns from the technology sector. Technology is used in our daily