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Robeco

Playing in extra time

playing in extra time

After eight positive years, investors have to pose the question: how long will the party last? Download our investment outlook 2018 ‘Playing in extra time’. In our 2018 outlook we look at what we think will be the ten most important themes for the year ahead. 

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Head Office
Weena 850
Rotterdam
3014 DA
The Netherlands
Company website:
http://www.robeco.com
Parent Company:
ORIX Corporation
Year Founded:
1929
No. of investment offices worldwide:
8

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  • playing in extra time

    Playing in extra time

    White papersThu, 30 Nov 2017

    After eight positive years, investors have to pose the question: how long will the party last? Download our investment outlook 2018 ‘Playing in extra time’. In our 2018 outlook we look at what we think will be the ten most important themes for the year ahead. 

  • losing money with passive investing

    Losing money with passive investing

    White papersThu, 30 Nov 2017

    Passive investing may be popular, but it also raises serious concerns. In particular, it means getting exposure to stocks that not only don’t add to performance, but actually have a negative impact on it.

  • finding value gets tougher as stocks hit records

    Finding value gets tougher as stocks hit records

    White papersThu, 30 Nov 2017

    Finding bargains as stock markets continue to hit record highs is increasingly difficult, says value investor Josh Jones.

  • investing to advance sustainable development goals

    Investing to advance Sustainable Development Goals

    White papersThu, 30 Nov 2017

    Robeco and RobecoSAM are taking action to ensure they can actively promote the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

  • mixed versus integrated multi factor portfolios

    Mixed versus integrated multi-factor portfolios

    White papersThu, 30 Nov 2017

    Many investors acknowledge the merits of factor investing but disagree on how to implement it. The key question is whether to mix stand-alone factor ‘sleeves’ or to construct a bottom-up integrated multi-factor portfolio.

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