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Global DM Conservative Equities

Capture the equity premium with potentially lower downside risk

  • Distinguishing active approach in low-volatility investing based on award winning research
  • Experienced team within an organization committed to quantitative investing
  • Prudent systematic investment process with low turnover 
Guide to Low Volatility Investing
Robeco Global DM Conservative Equities Fund

Robeco Global DM Conservative Equities Fund

The Robeco Global DM Conservative Equities Fund invests in low-volatile stocks in developed markets and aims to achieve global developed equity returns at a distinctly lower level of downside risk. The selection of these low-risk stocks is carried out using a quantitative model, which ranks stocks in a variety of ways, including market sensitivity, volatility, valuation and sentiment.

Researcher ratings

Robeco Global DM Conservative Equities Fund (AUD) is rated highly by research houses. Read the fund review reports here.

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The low risk anomaly is one of the most fascinating paradoxes of all time as it defeats classic investment theories. Low risk stocks historically beat high risk ones going back well over eighty years over 18 times their returns.

  • 2006 we start pioneering
    Proven track record
  • > AUD 27 billion assets under management
    As per December 2016
  • 3 factors
    Enhanced approach to avoid pitfalls
‘Only in hindsight you will see the benefits of low vol-investing’
‘Only in hindsight you will see the benefits of low vol-investing’
In our latest podcast, Pim van Vliet, head of Global Conservative Equities, talks about the merits of low volatility investing.
29-04-2019 | Podcast
Are mutual funds on the other side of the low volatility trade?
Are mutual funds on the other side of the low volatility trade?
This new research helps to explain the existence of the low volatility anomaly.
03-04-2019 | From the field
 The Robeco Factor Investing Thesis Award
The Robeco Factor Investing Thesis Award
For the second year in a row, Robeco will present its Thesis Award in recognition of excellent financial research.
15-03-2019 | News
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