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Embracing the sustainability revolution in the world of investing
Embracing the sustainability revolution in the world of investing
What does the deep shift to sustainability mean for asset owners and asset managers?
09-05-2022 | Insight
Higher risk-free returns do not lead to higher total stock returns
Higher risk-free returns do not lead to higher total stock returns
Our research shows that equity risk premiums tend to be higher when risk-free returns are low, and vice versa.
26-04-2022 | Research
Electric vehicle adoption accelerating as costs fall
Electric vehicle adoption accelerating as costs fall
Internal analysis substantiates that electric vehicle (EVs) have reached a critical inflection point.
14-04-2022 | Insight
The Value winter is thawing
The Value winter is thawing
The renaissance in Value stocks is set to continue, partly due to the climate transition, says multi-asset investor Colin Graham.
07-04-2022 | Monthly outlook
PodcastXL: How to read the huge emerging markets discount
PodcastXL: How to read the huge emerging markets discount
Emerging markets look extremely cheap.
01-04-2022 | Podcast
Time to look for bargains with pricing power
Time to look for bargains with pricing power
It’s hugely difficult to make confident predictions in the current environment.
30-03-2022 | Insight
Investors to be stricter on ESG during AGM season
Investors to be stricter on ESG during AGM season
The climate transition and social condition will be key issues during the AGM season – and companies cannot expect an easy ride.
25-03-2022 | Insight
Water systems and climate change put cities at heightened risk
Water systems and climate change put cities at heightened risk
For many, water stress equates with physical water shortages, but too much water may be an even bigger problem.
22-03-2022 | Insight
Value could outperform for five years or more
Value could outperform for five years or more
The resurgent Value style could bring market-beating returns for the next five years and beyond as interest rates rise, Robeco’s Value experts say.
09-03-2022 | Insight
Stay up to date with our investment views on the Russia-Ukraine conflict
Stay up to date with our investment views on the Russia-Ukraine conflict
In this article we will regularly post updates from the various investment teams.
03-03-2022 | Insight
Si Dilemmas: What is our real world impact as investors in secondary markets?
Si Dilemmas: What is our real world impact as investors in secondary markets?
Allocating capital is the core business of investing.
24-02-2022 | SI Dilemmas
‘Most people are not good investors because they are driven by greed and fear’
‘Most people are not good investors because they are driven by greed and fear’
Exciting stocks can pose significant risks to investors.
22-02-2022 | Interview
Voting to promote the S in ESG
Voting to promote the S in ESG
Social issues will have a higher priority at the upcoming proxy voting season, say Robeco’s corporate governance specialists.
21-02-2022 | Insight
Running a tight chip – is there relief in sight for semiconductor supplies?
Running a tight chip – is there relief in sight for semiconductor supplies?
Two years on, the global economy still grapples with a severe chip shortage, with no immediate end in sight.
09-02-2022 | Insight
Buying the dip? Watch out you don’t trip
Buying the dip? Watch out you don’t trip
Investors should be cautious about re-entering the stock market after the correction in January, says strategist Peter van der Welle.
08-02-2022 | Monthly outlook
Podcast: Stick to your long-term investment beliefs
Podcast: Stick to your long-term investment beliefs
How tough will 2022 be for investors?
28-01-2022 | Podcast
Further ‘gamification’, or back to fundamental investing?
Further ‘gamification’, or back to fundamental investing?
First Futu, then WeBull, and now Longbridge.
11-01-2022 | Column
China flexes its policy muscles – but can they still do the heavy lifting?
China flexes its policy muscles – but can they still do the heavy lifting?
China’s muscle flexing to fix its problems is set to keep investors cautious until the domestic economy garners more growth.
06-01-2022 | Monthly outlook
Managing climate change risk for insurers
Managing climate change risk for insurers
No sector is more exposed to the harsh reality of climate change than insurers.
30-12-2021 | Insight
Talk ’22: ‘It's likely that equity returns will be front-end loaded’
Talk ’22: ‘It's likely that equity returns will be front-end loaded’
Equities and commodities remain the favored asset classes of multi-asset Portfolio Manager Colin Graham and Strategist Peter van der Welle.
13-12-2021 | Interview
Inflation fears and a more hawkish Fed spook markets
Inflation fears and a more hawkish Fed spook markets
Rising inflation that prompted the Fed to suggest faster tapering which may accelerate rate hikes has rattled markets.
08-12-2021 | Monthly outlook
Green is the new color, also for emerging markets
Green is the new color, also for emerging markets
Emerging markets have been significantly increasing their investments in green energy generation.
25-11-2021 | Insight
Power play – why lithium remains the unchallenged champion of battery metals
Power play – why lithium remains the unchallenged champion of battery metals
Structural supports, low cost and proven performance in EV markets make lithium ideal for exposure to electrification and decarbonization trends.
18-11-2021 | Insight
Corporate profits boom sends stocks to new peaks
Corporate profits boom sends stocks to new peaks
Equities have shrugged off macro headwinds and hit record highs in the US thanks to strong corporate earnings.
05-11-2021 | Monthly outlook
Working to fortify digital assets to beat cybercrime
Working to fortify digital assets to beat cybercrime
Attitudes to improving data security have improved as cybercrime becomes a multi-trillion dollar threat, a Robeco engagement program has found.
22-10-2021 | Insight
Chipping away at water supplies
Chipping away at water supplies
Climate change and an intensifying appetite for silicon wafers and chips put water supplies and global supply chains at risk.
18-10-2021 | Stunning statistics
Expected Returns 2022-2026 – Watch the full show
Expected Returns 2022-2026 – Watch the full show
Things are heating up, in different senses of the phrase.
07-10-2021 | Digital event
Some factors are now more equal than others
Some factors are now more equal than others
There is no free lunch when it comes to harvesting factor premiums.
06-10-2021 | 5-Year outlook
At the forefront of climate investing solutions
At the forefront of climate investing solutions
Everything you need to know about climate challenges and climate investing solutions.
01-10-2021 | Insight
Translating universal goals into SDG impact
Translating universal goals into SDG impact
With the SDGs, the UN has framed the need and drawn the blueprints to advance sustainable development in society.
22-09-2021 | Insight
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