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Longevity Market To Reach $44.92 billion (!) by 2030

In this week's edition, we delve into the investment vigor behind the longevity market, which has been said to be expected to reach $44.92 billion by 2030. Through the lens of Sergey Jakimov of LongeVC, we investigate the strategic shift from lifespan to 'healthspan,' underpinning investments in life-extending biotechnologies. Amidst economic tumult, the longevity sector stands robust, defying trends with a Q3 2023 investment influx of $550m across 34 deals. We also spotlight the cultural zeitgeist, examining how the allure of longevity captures imaginations from "Succession's" fictional elite to real-world moguls and everyday wellness routines.
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Investing in Longevity: Financial Strategies for a Longer Life.

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In this week’s edition, we delve into the investment vigor behind the longevity market, which has been said to be expected to reach $44.92 billion by 2030.

Through the lens of Sergey Jakimov of LongeVC, we investigate the strategic shift from lifespan to ‘healthspan,’ underpinning investments in life-extending biotechnologies. Amidst economic tumult, the longevity sector stands robust, defying trends with a Q3 2023 investment influx of $550m across 34 deals. We also spotlight the cultural zeitgeist, examining how the allure of longevity captures imaginations from “Succession’s” fictional elite to real-world moguls and everyday wellness routines. 

Join us as we dissect the financial and cultural narratives shaping the financial  quest for longevity.


LongeVC Project Longevity Market Reaches $44.92 billion by 2030 (HealthTech World)

By 2030, the longevity economy will hit a defining moment as the last of the ‘baby boomers’ celebrate their 65th birthdays. Though they constitute 22% of the US population, their economic weight is hefty, controlling a staggering 53% of its wealth. With global spending by the over-65 demographic predicted to rise from $8.7trn in 2020 to a massive $15trn in 2030, the longevity sector emerges as a golden investment opportunity.

Beyond the immediate wellness and treatment sectors, there lies a burgeoning opportunity in enhancing access to these advanced healthcare solutions, ensuring they reach the wider population. Moreover, education emerges as a pivotal investment avenue, equipping individuals with knowledge about longevity care and its benefits. As we approach the 2030 milestone, investors would be wise to tap into the vast potential of this aging yet affluent demographic.


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Longevity Investments Continue to Rally in Q3 2023 (Longevity Technology)

In the evolving landscape of investments, a rising trend highlights the allure of longevity investments. Financial Analyst, Oliver Camponovo, sheds light on this growing inclination, pinning it to the world’s aging population. As people globally enjoy longer and healthier lives, thanks to healthcare and tech advancements, there’s a burgeoning market tailored for the elderly. This demographic shift isn’t merely about numbers; it also signifies the potential economic and societal boons an older population brings.

Companies in healthcare, tech, and finance seem primed to reap these benefits. However, Camponovo also touches upon hurdles, like the need for clearer metrics and broader understanding. The bottom line? Longevity investments offer dual rewards: solid returns and societal impact. For savvy investors, keeping an eye on this niche might just be the golden ticket.

Kendall Roy’s (Succession) Longevity Venture (Grazia)

The elite’s latest fixation is longevity, as depicted in “Succession,” with moguls like Bezos backing ventures to cheat death. Rosamund Dean’s article investigates this trend, noting the rise of the ‘longevity industry,’ set to balloon between now and by 2030. From tech giants investing in anti-ageing research to wellness brands and resorts offering life-extending treatments and retreats, the quest for more life is in vogue. 

Yet, the article suggests that longevity doesn’t necessitate a billionaire’s budget. Accessible lifestyle changes like exercise, diet, sleep, and stress management prove crucial for a healthier life. Ultimately, it questions whether striving for more years trumps filling existing ones with vitality, hinting at a balance between embracing life and prolonging it.


This edition’s discourse unveils the vigor of a sector not merely surviving but thriving amid global fiscal trials.

Through the perspicacity of Sergey Jakimov and the data-laden report from Longevity Technology, underscored by the $550 million capital influx into longevity’s coffers, Q3 of 2023 stands as a testament to investor conviction in the enduring narrative of healthspan.

The cultural reflection in media like “Succession” juxtaposes the fictional with the factual, mirroring society’s infatuation with defying time’s arrow. This week’s edition distills the essence of longevity’s market movements and societal trends, presenting a sector that is as much about scientific conquest as it is about cultural assimilation.

In observation and analysis, we remain attuned to the market’s pulse and the human story interwoven with it, awaiting the unfolding chapters of longevity’s future.

Here to expose the opportunity,

The Longr Reads Team


“The stock market is filled with individuals who know the price of everything, but the value of nothing.”

Philip Fisher, Investor


Longr Reads’ of the Week

  • Forward Thinking on how to live our longer lives with Andrew J. Scott (McKinsey)
  • Andrew Huberman w/ Dr. David Sinclair: The Biology of Slowing & Reversing Aging (Youtube)
  • The Economics of Longevity – An Introduction (ScienceDirect)
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