27: Growth investing – A stock eat stock world

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After a difficult few months, it's only natural for the old debates between investment styles and longevity of economic cycles to resurface. Let’s not forget, we've had a decade-long run of ‘growth’ stocks outperforming value-driven stocks, while volatile periods inevitably lead the market to question whether growth investing has had its day in the sun.

We invited Gavin and Matthew to explain the fundamentals they look for in high-quality growth stocks, from Aston Martin’s astonishing brand power to Fever-Tree’s international growth ambitions.

Gavin Launder, Senior Fund Manager
Matthew Courtnell, Equities Product Specialist
Mark Chappel, Senior Investment Writer

Read more about Gavin’s latest thinking here:

https://futureworldblog.lgim.com/authors/gavin-launder/

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