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Epoch's Co-Chief Investment Officers Bill Priest and David Pearl and its Global Investment Strategist Kevin Hebner discuss the macro factors impacting the capital markets, including how President-elect Trump's economic policies could have a positive cyclical influence on earnings but a negative influence on global trade. They will also discuss the challenges facing Europe and what rising interest rates could mean for the market.
Epoch's investment philosophy can be summarized by saying that it is the ability to generate free cash flow that makes a company worth something to begin with, and it is how management allocates that free cash flow that determines whether the value of the business rises or falls. In this paper, CEO and Co-CIO Bill Priest, Co-CIO David Pearl and Portfolio Manager Steve Bleiberg focus their attention on the first half of the statement, and ask two questions: 1) Why does free cash flow matter more than earnings in determining the value of a business, and 2) do free-cash-flow metrics help investors identify stocks that outperform the market?
The Shareholder Yield strategy is approaching its tenth anniversary. Since its inception it has established a strong track record. But with widespread expectations that the next ten years will be different, it is fair to ask: was this strategy simply right for the time? Or is it, as we believe, a core strategy, relevant for all times? In the attached white paper, we lay out the case for the relevance of the strategy in the coming decade.
The rise of populist political parties, a lack of progress on key reforms and tight fiscal policies will present challenges for the euro zone and its lackluster economy in 2017. In our latest paper, CEO and Co-CIO Bill Priest and Investment Strategist Kevin Hebner discuss these issues and the implications for investors.
On November 8, 2016, the U.S. elected Donald Trump to become the country's 45th President. The balance of power in Congress remained unchanged with the Republicans retaining a majority in both the House and Senate. In this paper, CEO and Co-CIO Bill Priest and Investment Strategist Kevin Hebner discuss areas of concern for the U.S. economy as well as the positive potential of the election results.
Epoch's Co-Chief Investment Officers Bill Priest and David Pearl and its Global Investment Strategist Kevin Hebner discuss the macro factors impacting the capital markets, including how President-elect Trump's economic policies could have a positive cyclical influence on earnings but a negative influence on global trade. They will also discuss the challenges facing Europe and what rising interest rates could mean for the market.View Edited Transcript > Launch Webcast >
Epoch's CEO, Co-CIO and Portfolio Manager Bill Priest and Global Investment Strategist Kevin Hebner discussed the implications of the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union.
William Priest of Epoch Investment Partners explains what drives global growth and how he evaluates share repurchases.
David Pearl appears on CNBC to speak about the 2016 outlook and how QE has affected the markets.
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