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‘Making the portfolio more concentrated hasn’t made it more risky’

‘Making the portfolio more concentrated hasn’t made it more risky’

14-10-2019 | Podcast
“The only way to create alpha is to deviate from the benchmark. Increasing the active share enhances the portfolio without increasing the volatility – at least the way we did it.” In our latest podcast, portfolio manager Jan Keuppens discusses the quest for alpha. He talks about the major changes one of the Robeco flagship funds underwent in order to stand the test of time.
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