Are current valuations of Hyperion’s growth style investments too high?

Hyperion Asset Management’s Deputy CIO Jason Orthman explains why short term metrics aren’t predictive of future stock returns at an individual stock level when buying businesses at inflection points. Instead, he suggests looking out 10 years to estimate the intrinsic value, compare the share price and then come up with a forecast internal rate of return.

To learn more, watch our adviser webinar ‘Sustainability & investing – Insights on why sustainability is more important than ever for portfolio returns’ on-demand to hear Hyperion Asset Management’s MD and CIO Mark Arnold, and Deputy CIO Jason Orthman discuss how the investment team assess sustainable companies.

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