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CryptoPunks ahead
CryptoPunks ahead
27-10-2021 | Daily sketch
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
The future of blockchain and cryptocurrencies
The future of blockchain and cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies are moving towards becoming mainstream.
14-10-2021 | Digital event
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
Central Banks’ post-pandemic playbook
Central Banks’ post-pandemic playbook
Over the coming years, central banks will aim to unwind the massive support they have provided during the pandemic.
11-10-2021 | Digital event
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
The CO₂lumnist: Data providers and the greenhouse gas pie
The CO₂lumnist: Data providers and the greenhouse gas pie
The greenhouse gas emissions of different sectors forms parts of giant pie.
22-09-2021 | Column
Ecommerce tide also reaches Latin American shores
Ecommerce tide also reaches Latin American shores
Retail ecommerce sales in Latin America skyrocketed by over 60% in 2020, as 38 million consumers bought online for the first time.
20-09-2021 | Stunning statistics
The profits party peaks, but the aftermath looks benign
The profits party peaks, but the aftermath looks benign
Corporate earnings which have soared in the Covid-19 recovery are now flattening out.
07-09-2021 | Monthly outlook
When less is more - making manufacturing clean, green, and lean
When less is more - making manufacturing clean, green, and lean
“Constraints have always been catalysts for catapulting innovation,” says Pieter Busscher, senior portfolio manager of the RobecoSAM Smart Materials Equity strategy.
04-08-2021 | Insight
Ecommerce frenzy puts last-mile delivery under the spotlight
Ecommerce frenzy puts last-mile delivery under the spotlight
Fast grocery delivery operator Getir saw its valuation reach USD 7.
21-07-2021 | Stunning statistics
Olympic Games: on! Central banks: on! Equity party: on!
Olympic Games: on! Central banks: on! Equity party: on!
As we enter the second half of 2021, all the ingredients that have been fueling the global stock market rebound since March 2020 remain in place.
14-07-2021 | Column
How capex holds the key to a self-sustaining economic recovery
How capex holds the key to a self-sustaining economic recovery
Capital expenditure to fix supply shortages and meet burgeoning demand is seen figuring strongly in the post-Covid recovery.
08-07-2021 | Monthly outlook
Meet the many trends shaping the future of commerce
Meet the many trends shaping the future of commerce
Ecommerce benefited significantly from the Covid-19 shock.
07-07-2021 | Insight
The value comeback is driving emerging markets equities too
The value comeback is driving emerging markets equities too
After a decade of lackluster returns, the value stock showdown reached a climax in 2020.
06-07-2021 | Insight
Podcast: Value, back with a vengeance
Podcast: Value, back with a vengeance
Value stocks are in revival – this after what seemed like an endless run of underperformance relative to growth stocks.
01-07-2021 | Podcast
SI Opener: Putting climate action plans to a vote – a Say on Climate!
SI Opener: Putting climate action plans to a vote – a Say on Climate!
Shareholders are used to voting on a wide array of proposals.
24-06-2021 | Insight
Value investing’s five principles that have stood the test of time
Value investing’s five principles that have stood the test of time
Value and growth investing have long had a back and forth relationship, with one style leading the market for a period before investors turn in favor of the opposite style.
22-06-2021 | Insight
Guide to emerging markets investing
Guide to emerging markets investing
Emerging markets have undergone significant changes since the term was initially coined in the early 80s.
17-06-2021 | Insight
Cybercrime outbreak unleashes security spending tide
Cybercrime outbreak unleashes security spending tide
Approximately 30 billion data records were compromised last year.
16-06-2021 | Stunning statistics
Show, don't tell – investing in sustainable themes with demonstrated impact
Show, don't tell – investing in sustainable themes with demonstrated impact
The popularity of sustainable investing, especially in public equity markets, has fueled growth in the volume of ESG reporting from companies.
10-06-2021 | 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 Big Book of Climate Investing
The Big Book of Climate Investing
Climate change is the biggest threat facing humanity, and is now the single-most important issue for investors.
26-05-2021 | Insight
Cannabis – controversial plant comes full-circle
Cannabis – controversial plant comes full-circle
Cannabis is making a comeback and enjoying popularity and acceptance it hasn’t seen in thousands of years – but caution is advised.
25-05-2021 | Insight
Transforming the energy sector as an investment opportunity – video
Transforming the energy sector as an investment opportunity – video
Cleaner energy is critical in ensuring a healthier planet – and an unstoppable trend.
21-05-2021 | Video
Covid-19 magnifies the need for humanity to go on a diet
Covid-19 magnifies the need for humanity to go on a diet
Nearly a third of the global population have gained weight since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
20-05-2021 | Stunning statistics
Solutions: a planetary problem requires a multi-faceted approach
Solutions: a planetary problem requires a multi-faceted approach
Climate change is a planetary problem that requires deep and sweeping solutions with immediate and long-term effect.
14-05-2021 | Insight
The future of food and wellness – watch the discussion
The future of food and wellness – watch the discussion
Healthy appetites are a thing of the future, according to these trend investors
11-05-2021 | Video
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