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Australia more than competitive on pensions

Jo Cumbo has written an important piece on what the UK can learn from the Australian pension system. The article is not written for the pensions industry but for the FT reader, a sophisticated type who can appreciate that there is … Continue reading

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2019 was not a year to hedge your bets

As the decade closes , it’s a time to look back as well as forward. For the vast majority of us, our financial health depends on valuations of assets the price of which we cannot directly control. We may build … Continue reading

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In the long run…… (guest blog from Ralph Frank)

There is a widely-held view that the longer the holding period for an investment, the more volatile the asset that can be invested in.  There seems to be two beliefs contributing to this headline view: The more volatile the price … Continue reading

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