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Nick Griffin

Alphabet’s first quarter result demonstrated a slowdown in websites revenue (advertising revenue from Google websites). The quarterly number only came in 1% below consensus estimates (excluding the impact of any FX), with many commentators pointing out that this was the first time their websites growth has been below 20% in... Show More

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Nick Griffin, Chief Investment Officer at Munro Partners, says that earnings growth will trump macro uncertainties “time after time”. Stocks that can grow consistently throughout the cycle will survive the volatility and come out stronger on the other side. He shares his simple three-rule process for identifying these stocks: Start by... Show More

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Fund managers and CEOs around the world have been adjusting their estimates and guidance in the wake of the recent volatility. As defensive stocks have come back to the fore, and growth stocks have sold off, this has created an unexpected situation: based on EBITDA multiples, Amazon is currently cheaper... Show More

Nick Griffin

At the recent Future Generation Investment Forum, I nominated two of my best stock ideas. One, a domestic play with EPS growing at 20% over the next three years and the other, an international stock we think is set to double over the next five years. Show More

Nick Griffin

Munro Partners is an absolute return manager with a core focus on global growth equities. We target meaningful returns after all fees, and utilising our proprietary investment process we’ve managed to achieve that for 12 years. Since its launch in August 2016, our Munro Global Growth Fund has delivered a... Show More

Equities

Towards the end of any cycle, as investors get confident and start to ignore risks, some trades can become overcrowded. What starts out as attractive returns can quickly become hot, burning investors who get caught up in the hype. In the 90s it was internet stocks, in the 00s it... Show More

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Drawdowns are an inevitable part of investing; even Berkshire Hathaway fell by more than 50% during the GFC. As growth investors, Nick Griffin from Munro Partners, says that it’s important to protect yourself both against stock specific risks, and market risks. Here, he explains their approach. “Most equities don’t outperform... Show More