Global equities: growth or value?



In this video update, Portfolio Manager Gordon Mackay discusses whether the Global Equities Team have been concerned by rising volatility and, with the ongoing debate of value versus growth, how the strategy they manage is positioned in terms of style.

Key takeaways:

  • Short-term market movements are typically ignored, although volatility can provide opportunities to add company names that may have previously been too expensive
  • Investments are made for the long-term using the team’s shared “hold forever” mindset and are based on company fundamentals
  • The team seeks undervalued companies with an ability to generate strong free cash flow and to achieve high returns on capital over time 



Video recorded November 2018 

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