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|BetaShares has been forced to defend it's Dividend Harvester Fund after it failed to achieve an "investable" rating. The fund was the subject of a critical Lonsec report which criticised the "capital erosion" suffered by the product. Returns from ...|
|... investments." The fund is part of the BetaShares Managed Risk series, along with BetaShares Australian Dividend Harvester Fund, and BetaShares Managed Risk Australian Share Fund. The "Recommended" rating is the second highest investment rating awarded ...|
|... income and less volatile returns, based around the BetaShares Managed Risk series and its Australian Dividend Harvester Fund. Each portfolio set has been developed for five different risk profiles, so advisers can choose between a conservative portfolio ...|
|... BetaShares Australian ETF Review. The Managed Risk Series currently comprises the BetaShares Australian Dividend Harvester Fund (managed fund) (ASX: HVST), the BetaShares Managed Risk Australian Share Fund (managed fund) (ASX: AUST) and the BetaShares ...|
|... risk management strategy used by WRLD is the same as the ones used in the year-old BetaShares Australian Dividend Harvester Fund and the recently launched BetaShares Managed Risk Australian Share Fund. It seeks to actively reduce volatility and defend ...|
|... targeting SMSF investors and retirees with the launch of a new yield-focused ETF. The BetaShares Australian Dividend Harvester Fund (managed fund), will trade under the ASX code "HVST". It seeks to maximise exposure to large capitalisation dividend paying ...|
Victoria Funds Management Corporation has promoted a senior portfolio manager to head of equities, and hired from outside the company to fill the vacant role
The government's move to extend the ban on conflicted remuneration to listed investment companies and trusts is expected to provide financial advisers with some much needed certainty.
Aussie equities fund managers steadily improved in performance relative to benchmark from January to March, according to an updated SPIVA Australia Scorecard from S&P.
In the pre-pandemic world, there was a lot of talk around passive investment but now that the markets have taken investors on a rollercoaster ride, are the active managers leaving or just biding their time?
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