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Market timing and big calls: What happens when they’re wrong?

Almost a decade on from the global financial crisis, many developed economies remain at an unusual juncture.

Should super funds be lowering their investment targets?

Super funds can’t offer investment return certainty but they can offer long-term probabilities.

The failings of diversification: The benefits of a multi-tiered approach

Effective risk management begins with diversification, but doesn’t end there.


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Big data finally reveals how retirees really live

Data is just one component of delivering a personalised retirement experience.

The CIPR challenge: How trustees can pre-select retirement products without short-changing members

Building a default income-focused product for retirement is challenging.

Super funds: Learn more about members or risk regulatory intervention

Super funds should understand their member behaviour at a more fundamental level and funds that ignore that advice will do so at their own peril.


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Financial Planning

Goal tolerance: when goals meet risk tolerance

Placing a greater emphasis on clients’ objectives and wrapping this around their risk tolerance can produce higher levels of engagement and offers a more accurate pointer to investor behaviour.

Why the automated advice industry can’t leave goals behind

Automated advice has the potential to deliver better results for investors.

Why objectives-based funds can’t work without good advice

The objectives of investors are now being incorporated into the financial advice process.


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Behavioural Finance

Why short-term thinking is here to stay

Short-termism is still at work today and a key driver behind the irrational decisions investors are prone to making.

Behavioural biases: Tackling loss aversion

Loss aversion is a key behavioural bias which needs to be overcome if retirees are to have any chance of reaching their savings target.


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