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Multi-asset funds: special report

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Multi-asset funds: special report

Multi-asset funds have become infinitely more wide-ranging since the days of balanced fund dominance. As they stand today, the portfolios tend to champion greater diversification, and as a result often encompass a wide range of asset classes across various global markets and sectors.

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  1. Which sector had the highest average return over 5 years according to FE?

  2. What percentage of advisers have moved single asset income clients to multi-asset income according to Heartwood Investment Management?

  3. What does Mr. Howse say about volatility?

  4. What was the five year return for the third top fund in the top 10 mixed investment 40-85 per cent sector?

  5. What does Mr Lindfield attribute the rise of multi-asset funds as retirement income vehicles?

  6. What does the CF Ruffer Japanese mostly invest in?

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