The SMSF pandemic report card

The SMSF pandemic report card
Instead of joining the herd in selling off, a more prudent strategy would have been to top up on quality direct equities instead, he says, especially in March and April. “Although emotions could hav…

As a alternative of joining the herd in selling off, a more prudent technique would had been to top up on quality command equities as a substitute, he says, especially in March and April.
“Even supposing emotions would possibly perhaps perhaps hav…
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