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In managing a risk on/risk off world, investors can maintain or increase exposure to growth assets while experiencing a smoother ride.
The Australian equity market has lagged far behind the US this year. But the S&P/ASX200 is actually ahead since the GFC market lows.
Some lament the end of the mining boom - but resources company dividends payout ratios may now rise.
Managed funds which commingle different tax rate investors may become dinosaurs unless managers develop funds tailored to a single tax class.
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