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What’s in store for the Australian markets?

On a new episode of the ifa show, host Neil Griffiths is joined by special guest and head of asset manager Milford’s Australian business, Kristine Brooks.

Neil and Kristine look at the Australian markets over the last 12-18 months and what’s to come as the country emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.

“It’s been an incredible period,” Kristine said.

“I think if you had have asked me at the start of the pandemic where we were really starting to get a lot of noise around the seriousness of this virus, I would not have anticipated the market outcome that we’ve actually seen unfold. I would have expected a lot more volatility and potentially under performance… “

Kristine said that at Milford, the team has been committed to clients’ investment performances.

“We also turn our sights to downside protection and making sure that our portfolios are positioned well, if we are to hit periods of volatility, “ she said.

“For that reason, we’ve definitely seen some strong out-performance over the period which is great.”

Listen to the full podcast below.



Milford disclaimer: Equity Trustees Limited (“Equity Trustees”) (ABN 46 004 031 298), AFSL 240975, is the Responsible Entity for the Milford Investment Funds. Equity Trustees is a subsidiary of EQT Holdings Limited (ABN 22 607 797 615), a publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: EQT). Milford Australia Pty Ltd ABN 65 169 262 971 (AFSL 461253) has prepared this advertisement as investment manager of the Milford Investment Funds. The Product Disclosure Statements for the Milford Investment Funds are available here. The Milford Investment Funds Target Market Determinations are available here. The Target Market Determination is a document describing who this financial product is likely to be appropriate for (i.e. the target market), and any conditions around how the product can be distributed to investors. It also describes the events or circumstances where the Target Market Determination for this financial product may need to be reviewed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

What’s in store for the Australian markets?
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