Cumulative Fixed Income
V.T. Robinsons’ cumulative fixed income approach uses a practical investment strategy, primarily based on strategic asset and time-frame allocations across a broad range of fixed income asset categories.
The first stage of the process is strategic asset allocation, where V.T. Robinsons’ team of investment experts establishes long-term asset allocations and also optimal time-frame targets. Decisions are taken in accordance with a designated analysis plan which makes use of valuations, impetus and business cycles as principal input determinants. Time-frame targets are chosen by correlating treasury outputs with long-term gross domestic product growth forecasts.
Our low-volatility solutions are designed to secure equity premiums with a considerably lower risk in terms of downside and a focus on total risk/total return which aims to increase risk-adjusted gains.
V.T. Robinsons’ low-volatility solutions are managed in accordance with a bottom-up driven investment strategy, blending the results of our own quantitative stock selection standards with a practical portfolio design algorithm and a proprietary suite of risk controls. By utilizing this strategy we aim to ensure a longer time frame of success in bearish market conditions.
V.T. Robinsons’ investment strategy towards emerging market equities is established on a top-down identification of investment trends that influence emerging markets.
We accomplish this by pinpointing states which are most probable to surpass other emerging markets in term of performance and the choice of stocks within said states that are expected to outperform their peers. In this instance stock selection requires a thorough fundamental analysis as well as an analysis of valuation by means of our own discounted capital flow method and the use of a quantitative stock selection standard. These standards are based on the low-risk anomaly and were designed according to thorough research conducted by V.T. Robinsons .
V.T. Robinsons’ alternative investment strategy is based on our confidence that we can produce alpha by top-down uncovering the most enticing secular trends for diversification purposes and long-term development themes.
Businesses are appraised mainly on their exposure to selected trends, potential for development and also exceptional management execution, with the associated research being directed by valuation analysis and technical analysis. Portfolio managers focus on the evaluation of factors that can generate value based on an enterprise’s position in the market and their own business model, management firmness, as well as the impact of financial cycles and other investment trends or sub-trends. Portfolio volumes are established on the tradeoff between risks and returns and also level of confidence.
V.T. Robinsons’ multi-asset strategy is a completely systematic investment approach that seeks to provide long-term enticing absolute returns, with a principal focus on the most liquid asset categories and applying both long and short term positions in the case of equities and bonds (excluding emerging market equities and bonds) and solely long-term positions in the case of commodities.
Over the long-term this approach does not include a fundamental beta element to the markets that it operates in. Our multi-asset solutions can take advantage of both up and down movements in the international markets by means of directional views and actively allocating among asset categories by uncovering diverse trends and valuation opportunities. Risk management is an essential part of the strategy as well.
Our high yield bonds investment strategy is based on a careful analysis of the international high yield markets, coupled with a detailed analysis of the issuer.
In order to avert potential portfolio losses the process focuses on uncovering and cautiously evaluating credit risks. Our risk management instruments enable us to comprehensively monitor such risks, especially in terms of sustainability. The outcomes of this proven strategy are appealing and steady returns over the long-term.