Capital preservation the need of the hour for SMSFs

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Self-managed super funds (SMSFs) will be increasingly attracted to fund managers offering capital preservation post COVID-19, says Davin Hood, Managing Director at Cor Capital, a Melbourne-based investment manager. “With much of the evidence suggesting SMSFs will not enjoy the strong tailwind of strong equity market returns in the next decade as they did in the last,

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Now is not the time to ignore alternative investments

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The global outlook from a fundamental economic standpoint is clearly one of a high degree of risk.  Yet, the price for all forms of risk assets seems to continually defy all the negative outlooks, underscoring the power of central banks and their ability to create liquidity and expand the money supply. “This scale of market

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SQM awards Superior ‘High investment grade’ rating for Cor Capital Fund

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The Melbourne-based boutique fund manager Cor Capital have received a positive upgrade by investment research firm, SQM Research, to Superior ‘high investment grade’ rating for its flagship fund, the Cor Capital Fund, which has $110 million in FUM.[1] The Cor Capital Fund (the “Fund”) is a multi-asset real return fund with an absolute return objective.

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SMSFs and retirees should look at ‘all weather’ investing to avoid diabolical outcomes

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Every time the markets collapse, there is a particular group of investors that is hit the hardest. The reason why is that this group of investors don’t just lose a big portion of the value of their accumulated investment – they lose doubly, because they don’t have the time to redress the fall. They are

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