What should a super fund return?

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By Wade Matterson | 19 August 2015

Most super funds don’t aim to deliver an absolute return every year. Instead, they aim to outperform the rate of inflation by 3% to 4% a year over the long term. Strong recent returns have bolstered the median balance super fund, but the future looks less certain.

This article was published in InvestorDaily.

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