Big data is fueling, informing and empowering businesses globally.
We believe Voya’s large cap value discipline is a more dynamic and effective valuation mechanism to drive a value strategy
The prospect of rising real interest rates favors value versus growth stocks, while moderating economic growth and persistent inflation favor inexpensive stability value names over well-priced cyclicals.
We believe Voya’s large cap value discipline, which focuses identifying companies with attractive excess capital yield, is a more dynamic and effective valuation mechanism to drive a value strategy, particularly in today’s market uncertainty.
A human-plus-machine approach to analyzing and monitoring major events can help clear today’s fog of war—and potentially prepare for future crises.
An effective factor investing strategy should be both contextual, that is, able to take into account differences across business segments, and adaptable as markets change over time.
Voya’s large cap value team believes that excess capital yield (ECY) provides a holistic view of the amount of capital a company has available to create value. We apply our ECY framework to evaluate stocks from a relative value perspective and construct a diversified portfolio with a higher yield than the benchmark.
Changes in the political and economic landscape are loosening the links in the global economy. New conditions will favor different strengths as businesses adapt.
In the wake of Russia’s invasion, social factors such as energy supply security, consumer protection and responsible sourcing demonstrate the importance of an inclusionary ESG approach.
While it might seem better to focus on current so-called ESG leaders, we believe there is untapped value in the underappreciated ESG improvers.