Sleep with your phone? You're not alone: 83 percent of young adults have their cell phone on or right next to their bed at night, according to Pew Research.
While this may shock some, Jose Martins Soares, emerging markets chief strategist at Espirito Santo Investment Bank, sees it as a huge investment opportunity.
"Millennials (those born between 1980 and 2000) are today the world's largest population group and their dominance is here for years to come," Soares said in the bank's upcoming report.
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"They are making their influence felt twenty-four-seven. For them, a world without technology is unthinkable and it's a domino effect with some parts of the globe discovering what others have enjoyed for years. If they are not connected, they are finding ways to get connected and staying connected. This will create significant investment opportunities but will also disrupt many industries."
Soares says these "multi-screen" enthusiasts are constantly connected either via TV, games consoles, tablets, mobile or wearable technology. Mobiles have given emerging markets the ability to connect with one another without having to have a landline or WiFi, so this phenomenon is now global, he said.
"They are addicted to technology, they are changing the way they do things," he told CNBC Friday.
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