When paying a high multiple makes sense

Many investors find it difficult to invest in the stocks of high-quality, high-growth companies because these companies usually trade at high valuation multiples. 

when paying a high multiple makes sense

In our view, however, they are a reflection of strong fundamentals in the vast majority of cases. We will show under which conditions high multiples are justified.

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