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Some years ago QSuper made changes to its investment strategy. So how do we test our thinking to ensure we’re managing the risks our members face?
QSuper was one of the first super funds in the country to establish an in-house trading team. So why did we take this step and what does this team do?
Franking credits enable the equitable tax treatment of different income sources and are attractive to investors. Here Matt Armstrong shares some thoughts.
What is meant by ‘Alternative’ investments and how do we think about them at QSuper? Here Greg Hall explains more.
When investing in shares over the long term the source of the profits can matter more than short term price fluctuations. Here Joseph Cole explains more.
Like the pony in Banjo Patterson’s poem QSuper’s investment strategy has performed well through some rocky patches. So going forward would we think about changing mounts?
Is your super account balance enough to indicate what to expect as a retirement income? Kathryn Spragg explains more.
As investors we all dream of dodging trouble and striking opportunity. So reflecting on the last few years how has QSuper fared amidst those ugly bear markets?