Webinar: Where can investors find growth in a world that’s stalled

With much of the world, including Australia, now in an economic recession, the outlook is very challenging for investors looking to continue growing their wealth.

In this webinar, we hear from experienced portfolio managers who have maintained positive performance through the COVID crisis, the GFC, the dot com bubble, and the Asian Financial crisis.

Hyperion Asset Management’s MD and CIO, Mark Arnold, and Deputy CIO, Jason Orthman, discuss how they identify and back extraordinary companies – the 1% which are poised to drive future portfolio growth.

Key points:

  • Identifying the winners: common characteristics of companies that are well-positioned to enjoy strong future growth
  • The Japanification of the global economy and what this means for Australian investors
  • Lessons from previous economic crises
  • It’s not a tech wreck: why 2020 is not like the dot com bubble of 2020
  • Q&A with Hyperion CIOs

You can download the accompanying slides here and a full transcript here.

The information in this document was prepared by Hyperion Asset Management Limited “Hyperion”, (ABN 80 080 135 897 AFSL 238380) of Pinnacle Investment Management Limited AFSL 322140 for the specific wholesale investor it is addressed to. The information is not intended as a securities recommendation or statement of opinion intended to influence a person or persons in making a decision in relation to investment.  Hyperion believes the information contained in this communication is reliable, however, no warranty is given as to its accuracy and persons relying on this information do so at their own risk. Past performance is not an indicator or guarantee of future performance.  This document is provided to the recipient only and must not be copied or passed on to any other person without the consent of Hyperion.

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