Stock market crash: 6 UK shares I’d buy to get rich off these hot investment trends

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The 2020 stock market crash provides a great opportunity to get rich from UK shares, allowing us to buy quality shares at low prices and then watch them surge in value as economic conditions improve.Covid-19 news flow continues to put the dampener on investor confidence. But there are a number of exciting consumer trends that could help you get rich in the new decade. I’d buy these UK shares to ride these trends to serious wealth.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Riding the e-commerce trainInvesting in UK shares that help you and me shop online is certainly a good idea today. Researcher Retail X expected the British e-commerce segment to grow 11% year-on-year in 2020. But rising adoption in the wake of Covid-19 lockdowns means that the market should blast past this forecast and beat expectations further out, too.There’s a variety of UK shares you can buy to capitalise on this. Retail giant ASOS has risen 67% in value as clothing sales have ripped higher and looks in great shape to keep climbing. Clipper Logistics provides logistics services to help retailers get their stuff to customers and is another top buy. And Unisys provides some of the software that allows consumers to make their purchases online.Royal Mail might be another of the best UK shares to buy to ride this theme. According to Retail X, Royal Mail is the most popular parcel courier on these shores with a colossal 53% market share. Its general logistics systems (or GLS) division has given it growing influence in mainland Europe, too.Streaming starsUS retail giant Amazon is another great way to play the e-commerce phenomenon of course. But online shopping isn’t the only white-hot growth trend that makes the Nasdaq firm a brilliant buy. I’d also snap it up as movie-and-television-show streaming becomes increasingly popular.Demand for its Prime Video service has ballooned during the Covid-19 lockdown. But Amazon’s not the only beneficiary of this trend. Dedicated streamer Netflix added 26m new subscribers between January and June. This compares with the 28m it racked up in the whole of 2019.And Disney already has 60.5m Disney+ members on its books since launching last November. Buying stocks that pump this sort of entertainment into the world’s homes is clearly a great investment idea, then.Getting rich with UK sharesCovid-19 lockdowns have decimated the global gym industry. And the sector faces an uncertain future as social distancing rules limit the number of users that can work out at the same time. It’s still possible to get rich from the fitness craze sweeping the globe, though.Gymgoers are returning to the racks slowly but surely. And people are getting their pump on at home instead in larger-than-ever numbers. This means that sales of protein shakes and other nutritional products should continue to boom. Science in Sport is one way to play this theme, and so is Irish muscle-building-product-maker Glanbia.These are just a handful of top UK shares I’d buy to get rich in the 2020s, though. The 2020 stock market crash leaves scores of quality stocks trading at rock-bottom prices.last_img read more

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