Value investing

Human instincts drive the Value premium

Companies with exciting growth stories can lure investors, while those that receive little fanfare can deter them. The resulting optimism about glamour stocks and pessimism about their Value counterparts give rise to the Value premium. Learn more about how human instincts drive the Value factor.

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  • Factors are eternal

    New research reveals that equity factor styles, including Value, have existed and persisted since the mid-19th century.

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  • Factors are attractively priced

    Equity factors, especially Value, are currently very attractively priced and factor premiums persist across interest rate cycles.

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  • The five principles

    As value investing continue to make a comeback, Boston Partners’ Mark Donovan outlines its five principles that have stood the test of time.

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Attaining Value exposure in a sustainable manner

Rupeng Chen, Quant Equities Client Portfolio Manager, touches on the attractive opportunity Value investing currently presents, while also highlighting how the Quant Value Equities Strategy offers deep and consistent Value exposure in a sustainable way via a lower carbon footprint. Watch the video below.

Value exposures in a sustainable way

Performance review: strong year for Robeco value


Read our update on the Robeco Global Value Equities strategy which delves into the drivers behind its strong performance in 2021 and outlines the positive outlook going forward.

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