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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
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
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
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
The healthy living trend is to stay in the long run
The healthy living trend is to stay in the long run
Rising health awareness coupled with increasing knowledge about what is favorable for the body are driving a broad trend towards a healthier lifestyle.
05-03-2021 | Insight
Why do ‘quality compounder’ stocks always look impossibly expensive?
Why do ‘quality compounder’ stocks always look impossibly expensive?
Trends investing focuses on the structural winners of secular growth trends, better known as ‘quality compounders’ – quality growth stocks able to compound shareholder value on a consistent basis.
08-01-2021 | Insight
‘Make, remake and reuse’ – let’s shift to a circular economy
‘Make, remake and reuse’ – let’s shift to a circular economy
The boundless appetite for resources, fueled by linear production and consumption patterns, is exceeding the planet’s regenerative capacity.
02-12-2020 | Video
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
Green hydrogen: powering the low-carbon future
Green hydrogen: powering the low-carbon future
Interview with Thiemo Lang, Senior Portfolio Manager, RobecoSAM Smart Energy and Smart Mobility strategies.
27-10-2020 | Interview
Interest rates – don’t be so negative
Interest rates – don’t be so negative
How fashionable will negative interest rates be in five years’ time?
26-10-2020 | 5-Year outlook
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
Investing in the circular economy
Investing in the circular economy
The boundless appetite for resources, fueled by linear production and consumption patterns, is exceeding the planet’s regenerative capacity.
16-10-2020 | Insight
Expected Returns – watch the full show
Expected Returns – watch the full show
Post Covid-19, we will all be entering a ‘brave real world’ with negative interest rates, looming inflation and unprecedented central bank policies.
09-10-2020 | Digital event
Brave real world: the main takeaways from Expected Returns
Brave real world: the main takeaways from Expected Returns
The Covid-19 pandemic has completely changed the world, making it much harder for investors to navigate likely conditions for the major asset classes.
09-10-2020 | Digital event
The threat of inflation and its implication for rates
The threat of inflation and its implication for rates
To mitigate the economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, unprecedented policy support has been implemented by governments and central banks.
09-10-2020 | Digital event
5-year Expected Returns: Brave real world
5-year Expected Returns: Brave real world
Few would doubt that the Covid-19 pandemic has completely changed the world.
29-09-2020 | 5-Year outlook
Why the global population is unsustainable… because it is falling
Why the global population is unsustainable… because it is falling
A lower world population is great for sustainability, right?
15-09-2020 | Stunning statistics
No bubble for tech, but can their mega-growth last?
No bubble for tech, but can their mega-growth last?
Tech stocks are not in a bubble that was pricked this week, though their staggering growth may not be sustainable, says Robeco investor Michiel Plakman.
10-09-2020 | Insight
Four ESG trends that will shape the post-Covid-19 world
Four ESG trends that will shape the post-Covid-19 world
A ‘once in a generation’ shock event, the coronavirus will impact the trajectory of ESG trends substantially.
08-09-2020 | Insight
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
Robeco publishes Stewardship Report 2019
Robeco publishes Stewardship Report 2019
Active Ownership has always been an important part of Robeco’s sustainable investing capability.
16-04-2020 | Active Ownership Report
Robeco launches evocative sustainability campaign
Robeco launches evocative sustainability campaign
You don’t have to give up palm oil or plastics.
16-03-2020 | Interview
Consumer trends in 2020: food delivery, humanization of pets and streaming wars
Consumer trends in 2020: food delivery, humanization of pets and streaming wars
New year, new investment ideas?
21-01-2020 | Insight
A trillion trees could stabilize global warming
A trillion trees could stabilize global warming
Planting a trillion trees would be enough to stop global warming from escalating, studies have found.
17-01-2020 | Stunning statistics
Megatrends shape business and society
Megatrends shape business and society
Three powerful megatrends are shaping today’s world – transformative technology, ‘preserving Earth’ and changing sociodemographics.
25-03-2019 | Video
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