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Since we started life back in 1849 as the investment management arm of AMP Society, our commitment to delivering outstanding investment outcomes for our clients has been at the heart of everything.
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Designed to help you navigate the opportunities and issues trustees face today, the SMSF Suite brings you insights and handpicked investment opportunities – usually only available to large super funds and institutions. Explore the suite today to access our SMSF Knowledge Centre, the SMSF Community, SMSF News, and the SMSF Suite of funds. Visit: www.ampcapital.com/au/en/smsf.
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The active v passive debate has deflected attention from a more important issue, a focus on managing to client goals. Plus active management has suffered relative to passive by the central bank-driven uplift of all assets.
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This edition of Oliver’s Insights looks at nine keys to successful investing, including the power of compound interest, long-term horizons, diversification, ignoring market noise and obtaining advice.
Property prices in Sydney and Melbourne are expected to decline, so property investors in these cities should remain wary. Other cities should perform better.