The new generation of investors aren’t just environmentally and socially conscious, they are also fully subscribed to everything digital and seeking experiences that benefit their long-term health and wellbeing.
While we are continually reminded to drink more water by members of the medical profession, there seems to be an increasing undercurrent of more sinister news relating to potentially harmful and even potentially toxic chemicals in tainted water supplies.
Part 3 of our series discusses development of cryptocurrency funds and investors’ consideration of professional management when wading into the crypto waters.
China’s rollout of regulations, especially for internet firms, is analyzed through a risk management lens by Portfolio Manager Eric Liu at Harris Associates.
For several years now, the quest for well-being has been a major concern for our societies and the individuals who make them up. Well beyond a simple fad, this incarnates a major societal shift responding to structural demographic changes.
Part 2 of this cryptocurrency series covers the acceptance of Bitcoin by early supporters, price appreciation, and growing interest among investors.
From the birth of Bitcoin to how blockchain functions as the transactional infrastructure is explained in Part 1 of this Basics of Cryptocurrency series.
What is “Spot Up, Vol Up”? Simon Aninat, Volatility expert at Seeyond, provides insights on what this market configuration can reveal.
Our connected world means it is now possible for unwanted actors to infiltrate power stations, electricity grids and maybe even democratic elections.
In this modern day of digital love and human relationship, are dating apps deserving of more recognition for their role in facilitating if not fulfilling evolutionary and social needs of humans?
Find out how Professor Robert Shiller defines the CAPE™ Ratio and how it can be applied in terms of sector rotation
Sam Richmond-Brown, Client Portfolio Manager at Thematics Asset Management, provides insights on the trends that are shaping the Safety investment theme.
An active manager’s role in portfolios today and how passive investing is the opposite of Harris Associates’ buy low, sell dear philosophy is explained.
Through a pint of beer, take a look at how Loomis Sayles’ Growth Equity Strategies Team analyzes the beverage industry’s global value chain.
Thematics Subscription Economy strategy embodies a well diversified, lowly cyclical portfolio that invests in the winners of tomorrow.
Simon Aninat, Volatility expert at Seeyond, provides insights on how long and short volatility strategies can be complementary in a portfolio.
Introduction to Bitcoin, including the mining process, the impact of “halving cycles” on pricing trends, and price performance since 2010.
Equity Analyst Adam Rich talks about how Vaughan Nelson Select takes a concentrated, active approach to equity opportunities.
In societies undergoing constant transformation, shaken by successive waves of innovation and a global health crisis, occupational health and safety must be a priority for companies around the world more than ever.
A look at the World water day which is yet another opportunity to raise awareness around the global water crisis.
Aziz Hamzaogullari, discusses how the team's disciplined and differentiated philosophy and process shape the performance profile of Loomis Sayles Growth Equity Strategies.
Hollie Briggs, vice president and director of product management at Loomis, Sayles & Company, sat down with Citywire to discuss how the team at Loomis prepare for, and work through, the different eventualities that the global equity markets can bring.
A look at the water and wastewater testing knowing the growth opportunity from the global pandemic of Covid 19.
To help make the most of emerging market opportunities for its clients, WCM Investment Management uses an active, long-term investment approach focused on companies with improving competitive advantages and superior corporate cultures.
US Investment Analyst Joe Pittman explains why Harris Associates’ commitment to continuous learning is fundamental to successful investing in dynamic markets.
Daniel Nicholas, Client Portfolio Manager at Harris Associates discusses their buy/sell process and how they differ from their peers.
PM Mike Tian of WCM Investment Management discusses how some businesses are adapting to a changed business environment as a result of Covid-19.
Simon Aninat, portfolio manager and Volatility specialist, provides insights on Seeyond’s short volatility strategy.
Chris Wallis, CEO and CIO of Vaughan Nelson discusses their Global SMid Cap strategy and why it’s good to be invested now.
Both consumers and businesses are subscribing more and more to products and services. This Insight shines the light on some of the long term factors that are driving the broad adoption of subscription based models across a nice mix of industries.
Aziz Hamzaogullari, CIO, and founder of the Growth Equity Strategies Team, gives an investment update, discusses risks and opportunities, the integration of ESG and more.
With 10 years of investing under his belt, Seeyond’s Nicolas Just looks at what the future holds for this investment approach.
A multi-decade growth theme, expected to become ubiquitous in our day to day lives. Learn more with our experts from Thematics AM.
A basic human need, essential for economic development. Learn more with our experts from Thematics AM.
Are we moving towards a cashless society? Since the beginning of the health crisis, merchants have actually quite often refused our bank notes and coins.
Aziz Hamzaogullari, CIO, and founder of the Growth Equity Strategies team, talks to Darren Pilbeam about the recent changes he has made to his portfolios.
Security solutions are everywhere in our daily routine, an ever-growing demand for greater safety and security in all aspect of our lives. Learn more with our experts from Thematics AM.
Karen Kharmandarian, co-manager for the Thematics AI & Robotics strategy, explains why AI and robotics will continue to influence all aspects of our lives.
Frederic Dupraz, lead manager of the Thematics Safety strategy, explains why the response to emerging threats to our safety create investment opportunities.
This paper reviews how risk exposures are determined in trend-following systems to provide some clarity into these options.
With the right supporting demographic, technological and sustainability drivers in place, the subscription economy is poised to see further accelerating growth.
A value investor usually requires a substantial price discount at the company’s intrinsic value. But the latter exceeds the mere accounting value of its tangible assets.
After 12 years of a "growth" cycle, should we expect a cyclical change in favour of "value" equities in the medium term? DNCA's experts give us their analysis.
Daniel Nicholas, client portfolio manager, discusses value strategies, passive investing, and how value strategies can work alongside more alternative products.
Equity valuations appear expensive. It doesn’t necessarily mean that there are no more investment opportunities in the markets.
We believe a minimum volatility-based allocation of high-dividend paying stocks could be a promising solution for investors looking for income generating investments and lower risk.
On earth as in markets, humans have been trying to domesticate mother nature for their own benefit. But Nature always takes back its place.
At this uncertain stage internationally, are investors overreacting about Europe and potential recession risks?
Once considered an exotic delicacy, we’re seeing investors increasingly embracing alternative investments.
Daniel Nicholas, Client Portfolio Manager at Harris Associates, looks back to the volatility in Asian markets during the 1990s and draws six key conclusions for investing in Emerging Markets.
Simon Gottelier, co-manager for the Thematics Water strategy, explores how some companies are addressing global imbalances in water supply and demand.
Carmine De Franco, Head of Fundamental Research at Ossiam, explains why the Cyclically Adjusted Price Earnings Ratio (CAPE) is still a powerful tool for investors.
What does this strategy bring to the investors’ allocation? And what weight should be added to a typical allocation?