For most Australian investors the current low interest rate environment presents an unfamiliar outlook. The cash rate has just moved further into record low levels and is a symptom of chronically low growth. The challenge now for investors is to figure out how and where they can invest to earn a decent return. While the current scenario is a first in Australia, there are, however, some examples of countries that have faced extended periods of low interest rates. Jacob Mitchell, Chief Investment Officer at Antipodes Partners, spent eight years managing a portfolio that invested extensively in Japanese stocks - a country that has endured two decades or sub 1% interest rates. In this short video, Mitchell shares the key lessons he's learned on how to invest successfully in a low-growth world. Watch the video or read a transcript of the interview below.