Market Extra: Eaton Vance veteran Lew Piantedosi on investing in the time of Trump: ‘Without risk, there’s no reward’

Lew Piantedosi, vice president of one of the oldest U.S. fund management firms, has a simple rule for investing in times of uncertainty: Don’t get emotional.

That’s the key investment lesson he’s drawn from his 24 years in the financial-services industry, the last 18 spent as a portfolio manager with the $354 billion fund manager Eaton Vance in Boston. Piantedosi got into the industry in 1993 as an analyst covering consumer and technology companies for Eaton Vance, which piqued his interest in managing a growth portfolio.

After a three-year stint at Freedom Capital Management, he returned to Eaton Vance, where he’s now the head of growth investing and running the company’s $300 million growth fund.

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