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Systematic approach

A systematic approach, also frequently referred as a rules-based approach, is a process based on the application of clearly predefined and repeatable steps. In the context of an investment, it means applying a set of precise rules to select securities and build portfolios. The goal is usually to find the most efficient way to generate optimal and consistent returns.

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Podcast: Addressing climate risk in core equity portfolios
Podcast: Addressing climate risk in core equity portfolios
It’s well accepted that climate change presents a significant risk for long term investors and that they need to consider both the risk and opportunities the transition to a low carbon economy creates.
02-07-2021 | Podcast
‘Equity price movements are mainly driven by behavior, not risk’
‘Equity price movements are mainly driven by behavior, not risk’
The FIFA 19 Ultimate Team (FUT) online transfer market and machine learning shed some light on behavioral finance.
01-07-2021 | Interview
Showing the way to Paris-aligned investing
Showing the way to Paris-aligned investing
The race to zero is on.
10-06-2021 | Insight