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Factor Investing Equities

Factor Investing Equities

A pioneer in factor investing as a proponent of exploiting anomalies in markets since the 1990s, Robeco experts have literally written the book on the subject. We now offer funds efficiently harvesting the four main factors – Value, Momentum, Low Volatility and Quality – along with multi-factor solutions.

The quant cycle
The quant cycle
Equity factors follow their own sentiment-driven cycle that cannot be explained by traditional business cycle indicators.
19-10-2021 | Research
Looking under the bonnet of passive thematic indices
Looking under the bonnet of passive thematic indices
Passive thematic indices effectively trade against quant investors due to their generally negative exposures to factors.
12-10-2021 | Insight
The earnings engine threatens to sputter as tapering begins
The earnings engine threatens to sputter as tapering begins
As the end of the year approaches, investors are entering a traditionally auspicious season for equities.
11-10-2021 | Insight
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