Investments in industry it's a moving engine of the development economy of any country. The development and creation of new types of industry directly affects the emergence of new products to increase its competitiveness, which leads to higher prices for these products and higher production costs. And for investors an asset that grows in value is a profitable investment item high, long-term, stable and also allows to achieve fast levels of profitability.
Brookfield selects reliable industrial sectors capable of generating guaranteed profits and are the basis for capital preservation.
Investing in a heavy industry is a strategy preferred by many people.
Heavy industry typically involves large and heavy equipment and facilities or complex or numerous processes. Because of those factors, heavy industry involves higher capital intensity than light industry does. Heavy industry is also often more heavily cyclical in investment. One way of characterizing heavy industry is that one unit of currency will buy more heavy industry-produced products than it would buy light industry-produced products (for example, more steel can be purchased for $1 than pharmaceuticals). Also most of heavy industries are made up of a few very large companies and not a lot of competition.
Even those working in the field of fossil fuels know that green energy will benefit in the long run. "Green" come from natural resources and are renewable
In the next generation, a gas vehicle will probably look like a strange way of moving from a bygone era. Major car manufacturers are increasingly concentrating on hybrid and electric vehicles. Over the past few years, sales of electric vehicles, although they were relatively small, have increased. These established companies may be better for long-term investors than the launch of new environmentally friendly vehicles
Green energy investments are not limited to renewable energy as such. If you show a personal interest in our planet, you can successfully direct your investment in a greener world and put some “green” in your pockets while doing so.
Industrial goods are necessary for trade. According to the World Trade Organization, 80% of interregional trade accounts for goods, and only 20% for services. Production has the potential to increase productivity more than any other sector of the economy. It is important to note that, contrary to the generally accepted opinion, production does not “compete” with other industries, such as the service sector, but rather is a “factor” in increasing productivity for all other sectors. This means that companies in the industry, whether small, medium or large, can invest in various assets and increase capital inflows. Additionally, the returns to capital in manufacturing are higher than in other sectors. Because it supports productive investments, manufacturing enables high savings rates.