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Not all investable trends and themes are about fancy tech innovation
Not all investable trends and themes are about fancy tech innovation
While some of the most attractive trends and thematic investing narratives have to do with technology and innovation, it’s not always the case.
27-11-2020 | Insight
Trends and thematic investing: cutting through short-term noise
Trends and thematic investing: cutting through short-term noise
A growing body of academic literature shows that only a small number of listed stocks account for most of the long-term shareholder value created in the stock market.
16-11-2020 | Insight
Trends investing: finding the winners among skewed equity returns
Trends investing: finding the winners among skewed equity returns
A tiny proportion of stocks account for most of the market’s returns.
19-10-2020 | 5-Year outlook
The Big Book of trends and thematic investing
The Big Book of trends and thematic investing
Trends and thematic investment strategies have enjoyed quite some popularity over the past few years.
15-10-2020 | Research
Webinar: picking structural winners in a changing world
Webinar: picking structural winners in a changing world
Trends like digitalization are accelerating tremendously during this pandemic.
15-10-2020 | Video
Covid-19 driving trends: a foot on the brake or the accelerator?
Covid-19 driving trends: a foot on the brake or the accelerator?
The unprecedented global policy response to the Covid-19 outbreak has brought us into uncharted territory regarding its future socio-economic fallout, and therefore presents major navigational challenges for investors.
13-05-2020 | Insight
5G: the next generation mobile data highway
5G: the next generation mobile data highway
Who is best positioned to benefit from 5G?
06-11-2019 | Research
Trends, industries and the quest for outperformance
Trends, industries and the quest for outperformance
What drives changes in relative industry profitability?
02-04-2019 | Research
Five things you should know about trends investing
Five things you should know about trends investing
How can you find tools that separate long-term investment opportunities from short-term hypes?
15-03-2019 | Insight
Robeco involves cyber expert in its investment process
Robeco involves cyber expert in its investment process
Robeco has involved a cyber expert in its investment process for the past year.
10-07-2018 | Insight
Cybersecurity: turning threats into investment opportunities
Cybersecurity: turning threats into investment opportunities
The number and severity of cyberattacks has surged over the last couple of years.
13-06-2018 | Research
The rationale for trends investing
The rationale for trends investing
Everybody loves a good story, but there’s more to trends investing than just good stories.
06-09-2017 | Research
When paying a high multiple makes sense
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.
22-02-2017 | Research
Strong brands: Ticket to strong performance
Strong brands: Ticket to strong performance
In a world of exploding product choice, consumers increasingly need to cut through the noise to make informed purchasing decisions.
07-10-2016 | Research
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