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Value investing

Spring has sprung for Value investing

Value investing is making a comeback after many years of trailing the growth investing style. It works by looking for bargains in the stock market – those unloved gems with real potential. Now that vaccinations offer a return to normality, value is back in favor above the more defensive growth stocks that dominated during the pandemic. You still have to know where to look though, which is where having expertise and decades of experience comes in.

  • Spring has sprung

    Quant strategies target value stocks among other factors such as low volatility. Our experts explain why fundamentals and sentiment for value have recently improved.

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  • Value AND Growth

    We regular host webinars to explain strategies to investors. Two portfolio managers – one targeting value and the other growth – explain why a balanced portfolio needs both.

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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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Value versus Growth

In a world where growth stocks have become the talk of the town these days, it’s easy to see why their value counterparts often get overlooked. In a recent online event, we looked at the current market environment from both a value and a growth perspective. Watch the video below.

Value vs Growth: How much do you want to pay?

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