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SMSF darlings revealedBY KANIKA SOOD | MONDAY, 4 MAR 2019 12:43PM
Self-managed superannuation funds renewed their focus on blue chip stocks like miners and banks amid the market uncertainty in the second half of 2018, the latest CommSec SMSF trading trends report shows.
Read more: SMSF, CommSec, NAB, RIO, VAS, AfterPay, ANZ, Argo Investments ASX, Australian Foundation Investment Company, BetaShares NASDAQ, CSL, International, iShares S&P, Macquarie Group, Magellan Global Trust ASX, Metrics Credit Partners Master Trust ASX, MXT, NDQ, State Street, Telstra, TPG, Vanguard Australian, Vanguard US, WAM Capital ASX, Westpac
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