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Global emerging market investors often overestimate corporate growth potential and overpay for the comfort of quality

Eastspring Investments

Growth stocks are alluring when macro conditions are challenging. Global investors have flocked to emerging markets in recent years, favouring high-growth stocks, particularly in the tech sector.

Consensus leads to congestion and eventual disappointment, says Samuel Bentley, client portfolio manager at Eastspring Investments.

“The majority of our peers follow a growth and quality approach. Nobody wants to overpay for a stock, but investors have a tendency to overestimate long-term growth potential and overpay for the comfort of quality,” he says.

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