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What's so cryptic about cryptocurrencies?
What's so cryptic about cryptocurrencies?
Bitcoin could qualify as digital gold, and the blockchain technology behind it has enormous potential, say quant researcher Laurens Swinkels and strategist Peter van der Welle.
13-10-2021 | 5-Year outlook
Fixed income outlook: Tunnel vision
Fixed income outlook: Tunnel vision
There is plenty of evidence of herding and groupthink.
14-09-2021 | Insight
As digital currencies rise, banking systems remain very much needed
As digital currencies rise, banking systems remain very much needed
Digitalization is everywhere.
02-06-2021 | Insight
The coming wave of disruption: from bitcoin to decentralized finance
The coming wave of disruption: from bitcoin to decentralized finance
Bitcoin’s price fluctuations and rising carbon footprint have grabbed headlines for months.
20-04-2021 | Insight
Bitcoin as digital gold – a multi-asset perspective
Bitcoin as digital gold – a multi-asset perspective
Bitcoin is often derided as being highly volatile, but as digital gold it could play a role in a multi-asset portfolio, says investor Jeroen Blokland.
09-04-2021 | Monthly outlook
Unlocking value in the euro
Unlocking value in the euro
An EU stimulus program to recover from Covid-19 may be the catalyst for the euro to rise again, say Robeco’s multi-asset specialists.
07-07-2020 | Monthly outlook
Fixed income outlook: Upside bounce, downside risks
Fixed income outlook: Upside bounce, downside risks
Fixed income returns have been excellent in 2019.
06-01-2020 | Quarterly outlook
Picking up pennies in front of a steamroller
Picking up pennies in front of a steamroller
The investment environment has become like ‘picking up pennies in front of a steamroller’, says Robeco’s Lukas Daalder.
12-06-2017 | Monthly outlook
Uncovering the trend-following strategy
Uncovering the trend-following strategy
Trend-following strategies appear to be widely applied in currency markets.
15-11-2004 | Research
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