Peter McPhee on Livewire "The Power of Compounding – The Duration Effect"

By Peter McPhee |  01 July 2021
Peter Mcphee

Semiconductor equipment manufacturer ASML (NASDAQ:ASML), paint and coating company Sherwin-Williams (NYSE: SHW), and payments company Mastercard (NYSE:MA) are examples of stocks which possess the ‘duration effect’, or the ability to compound their free cash flows over time, according to Eileen Riley, CFA, Co-Portfolio Manager of the Loomis Sayles Global Equity Fund. The following are key take-outs from my recent interview with Eileen about the duration effect and its role in the global equities portfolio she co-manages with Lee Rosenbaum.

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Peter McPhee is Investment Specialist for the Loomis Sayles Global Equity Fund.

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