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27 July 2019 (AFR) – Revealed: Superannuation’s top performers

[COMMENT: I don’t like to post references and articles like this one without adding some over-riding words of caution. The numbers can be readily juggled depending on the start date of the period under consideration. And, of course, past returns are no guarantee of future performance. It will be interesting to re-visit this study in a few months time and see if the results are much different.]

(27 July 2019, AFR, p28, Joanna Mather, Superannuation writer)

Top super performers (ChantWest)

Top super performers (ChantWest)

‘Healthy returns from shares, bonds and unlisted assets helped superannuation funds to a median 7 per cent return, a performance that looked “highly improbable” at the start of the fiscal year. The best performers in Chant West’s “growth” category did much better than the average, delivering returns of a touch under 10 per cent. QSuper, a $91 billion fund that originated in the Queensland public service, and UniSuper, an $80 billion fund for university staff and their families, tied for first place.’

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