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Vision Super media release
7 November 2019

At BHP’s Australian AGM today, a shareholder resolution co-filed by industry super fund Vision Super, with the support of investors worth AUD $12.3 trillion collectively, gained the support of nearly a third of shareholders.

Vision Super media release
28 October 2019

Industry super fund, Vision Super, today urged other investors to vote for the resolution they have co-filed for BHP’s Australian AGM on 7 November with the support of investors worth AUD $12.3 trillion collectively.

It’s a strategy you may have heard of a few times as you near retirement. While the name may change, the investment principle stays the same; it’s the placement of your superannuation into different investment options for the short, medium, and long-term.

Many people have considered the idea of running their own Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) at one stage or another. But there are a few very important things that you need to consider before you make this major financial decision and move your life savings over.

We often hear that we’ll need one million dollars in super before we’re able to think about retiring comfortably. And while it’s a lovely round number, it’s also completely wrong. There’s certainly no one-size-fits-all when it comes to knowing how much you’ll need in retirement, and there’s a bit of legwork involved in figuring out how much you need.

Volatility was a key theme of the quarter. One of the core signals that triggered the volatility was from the bond market where the interest rate on the 10-year US treasury note fell below the 2-year rate.

Most Australian children watching the Simpsons in the 90s were made vaguely aware of something called Halloween when a particularly gruesome episode of Treehouse of Horror would air. Since the show is American, the idea of an entire neighbourhood decorating their homes and accompanying little ghouls and ghosts on a candy-spree seemed like a wonderful celebration limited completely to the US.

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