(Bloomberg) – TPG co-founder Jim Coulter drew on evolutionary biology to paint the investment landscape Wednesday.

"It turns out that Darwin is a bit wrong," he told the audience at Bloomberg's Year Ahead Summit in New York.

Rather than evolutionary changes happening slowly over time, Coulter said moments of stability are followed by rapid change, known as punctuated equilibrium. That creates investment opportunities, the billionaire said.

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