Multi-Cap Investing with Jerry Sullivan
In this episode, Chris speaks with legendary stock-picker Jerry Sullivan, portfolio manager of the Putnam Multi-Cap Core fund. Jerry’s famed stock-picking and research talents have been in place since his early days as an analyst over 40 years ago.
During the conversation, they touch on many topics, including:
- The many lessons learned through 40 years of investing
- The importance of multi-cap investing
- How to find opportunities in an ever-changing market
- The current investment landscape
- How to utilize volatility to generate Alpha
- The basics of the “Three Bucket Approach”
- Legacy Names
- Smart Money
- Special Situations
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