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The rise of Factor Investing – is it a hype?

The rise of Factor Investing – is it a hype?

25-09-2014 | Insight

Factor Investing is increasingly in the spotlight. Financial magazines run features on it, seminars are organized on the subject, and investors consider adopting its approach. Yet you might wonder: is it just a hype? Is the increased interest in Factor Investing no more than a passing trend? This question demands an answer.

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