Three ways to unlock opportunity in emerging-market equity income
Which emerging-market companies are capable of paying dividends over the long-term?
The value of investments, and the income from them, can go down as well as up and an investor may get back less than the amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future results.
Listen to Adam Skerry as he shares insights on the current market and highlights essential factors your clients should contemplate when investing during a recessionary period, focusing on income and capital selection. Additionally, Fergus McCarthy explains the distinctions between income and growth investing, emphasising the importance of incorporating both to diversify your clients' portfolios. It is crucial to be ready to make the needed adjustments to bring balance in your clients' portfolios during touch economic challenges.
Explore a collection of case studies highlighting examples of stocks that we've selected within our income and growth investment strategies.
Disclaimer: Companies selected for illustrative purposes only to demonstrate the investment management style described herein and not as an investment recommendation or indication of future performance.
Spanish software travel technology company Amadeus has turned short-term crisis into long-term opportunity. Its technology and distribution services serves over 1.5 billion passengers in 190 countries.
The Australian logistics market offers favourable dynamics in supply and demand with direct exposure to long-term income and growth.
A short-dated bond that delivers a premium yield. FirstGroup has positioned itself as a solution provider in the energy transition, and the company’s fleet of buses includes the UK’s largest electric bus fleet.
Kaspi is a technology platform company that exemplifies our approach of identifying stocks that have the capacity and the willingness to pay a dividend.
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