Cathie Wood is a star on the stock market. By investing in tech stocks, she has brought her investors fantastic returns over the past few years. The flagship fund of their investment company Ark gained 152 percent last year alone. Those who were there for the first edition have increased their money fivefold today. But this year the fund is weak and is almost 20 percent in the red for the year. Fears of inflation and fears that the US Federal Reserve could tighten its ultra-loose interest rate policy are affecting the “Ark Innovation ETF”. Because Wood relies exclusively on technology stocks. The investor considers inflation to be a temporary phenomenon and uses price weaknesses in her positions to buy more. Her stubborn optimism has proven its worth in the past, for example with the US automaker. Can private investors emulate it? The most interesting acquisitions in check.