A Word from the Pembroke Team

Early in the third quarter, it appeared global growth stocks would try to make a comeback, but equity markets came under renewed pressure as the US Federal Reserve made it clear they would fight inflation, even at the expense of economic growth.

As new economic growth forecasts started to come down across markets, investors focused increasingly on earnings growth estimates. Questions about earnings growth affected both equity and debt markets.

This is an environment in which bottom-up stock pickers may have the opportunity to identify true growth companies that are able to use strong balance sheets and internal cash flows to make acquisitions, expand market share and grow earnings.



October 2022 Issue

Your Toolbox – Dividend Growth and Large Caps

On October 18, 2022, Pembroke held an event during which its managers will discuss the merits of portfolio exposure to dividend growth and large cap stocks.



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