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Innovation is a crucial way to strengthen our quant offering
Innovation is a crucial way to strengthen our quant offering
Is the emergence of alternative data and artificial intelligence a game changer for quant investors?
25-11-2019 | Insight
Robeco publishes a new book of collected articles on quant investing in EMs
Robeco publishes a new book of collected articles on quant investing in EMs
Our new publication ‘A quant approach to emerging markets investing – Collected Robeco articles’ is now available.
29-04-2019 | Research
The strategic case for emerging markets factor investing
The strategic case for emerging markets factor investing
Factor premiums can be found in stock markets across the world, including emerging markets.
11-10-2018 | Research
Factor investing also works with Chinese A-shares
Factor investing also works with Chinese A-shares
Many characteristics set A-shares apart from other equities.
24-08-2017 | Interview
Chinese A-shares: does taking risk pay off?
Chinese A-shares: does taking risk pay off?
Is risk rewarded on the Chinese A-share market?
27-07-2017 | Research
Emerging markets: the value of strategic allocation
Emerging markets: the value of strategic allocation
The added value of allocating to emerging markets (EM) has always been a topic of discussion among equity investors, especially when there was a large difference in performance with developed markets (DM).
12-11-2015 | Research
Short-term stock selection model boosts performance Enhanced Indexing
Short-term stock selection model boosts performance Enhanced Indexing
Robeco Enhanced Indexing invests in global developed markets equities, and has a low tracking error against its benchmark, the MSCI World index.
11-12-2014 | Research
Another look at trading costs and short-term reversal profits
Another look at trading costs and short-term reversal profits
Several studies report that abnormal returns associated with short-term reversal investment strategies diminish once transaction costs are taken into account.
01-07-2011 | Research
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