With coronavirus rocking global markets and interest rates heading to zero – and in some cases even lower – the old rules for investing no longer apply. Cash and bonds cannot provide retirees a sufficient yield. The blue-chip bin – which once consisted of the big four banks, the miners and airlines – looks increasingly imperilled. Meanwhile, global technology giants grow stronger by the day. What’s an investor to do?
At this years’ ETFs Down Under we take a look at what options investors might have in today’s unique setting. We look at what opportunities – as well as risks – lie in the coronavirus. What investors might do as interest rates go to zero. And what use ETFs may provide in achieving investors’ goals.
Speakers for this digital event will be announced shortly
To be confirmed shortly