How has low-risk investing fared during the coronavirus storm?

How has low-risk investing fared during the coronavirus storm?

16-04-2020 | Product webinar
We are living through turbulent times, as investors batten down the hatches while the world tries to contain the coronavirus outbreak. In the long run, low-risk strategies tend to provide substantial risk reduction during these times. In the short run, when indiscriminate sell-offs can be seen, this is less expected.
  • Jan Sytze  Mosselaar
    Jan Sytze
    Portfolio Manager
Jan Sytze Mosselaar, Portfolio Manager for Conservative Equities, elaborates on this phenomenon. He discusses how the Conservative Equities strategy in developed and emerging markets performed in the early part of 2020.
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