11 April 2018

A message for SMSF investors

Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) typically invest in a rather narrow range of assets: equities, fixed income, property, private equity or infrastructure, and cash, but these assets are increasingly correlated under the label of ‘risk-on assets’, reducing the benefits of diversification.

Ashley Burtenshaw, Partner at Gryphon Capital Investments, explains in the Livewire Markets interview why it’s important that the income part of investors’ portfolios don’t correlate with the risk part of the portfolio.

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