Ten-year asset class returns – What does the “new normal” mean for investors?

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“May you live in interesting times”, Robert Kennedy, 1966. Misquoted as a Chinese curse, Kennedy’s prophesy is perfectly suited to investors 50 years later in 2016.

In the last 10 years, the lower volatility asset classes of bonds and residential property have also been the strongest returning investments. More important for investors now, what does the future hold in the ‘new normal’?

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