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In the mood for a change

Hopefully you have used the coronavirus-induced “hibernation” productively and got to grips with your super. While financial markets have been battered, it’s important to remember your super is a long-term investment and knee-jerk responses can be damaging.

This doesn’t mean you should ignore things either. The more informed you are the better off you are likely to be.

At times like this, people sometimes question whether

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