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Why Jupiter's Primadona Growth manager is confident

Earnings have lagged behind underlying markets and there have been more downgrades than upgrades from analysts recently, but Richard Curling, co-manager of the innovative Jupiter Primadona Growth Trust, remains confident that earnings growth will come through. 

In this video Curling sheds light on this subject, talking us through some of the funds and stocks the trust has used to outperform its benchmark and peer group over five and ten years.

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