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While it can be hard to stay in the market when share prices go down, now is not the time to panic.
Dan Farmer is the IOOF Chief Investment Officer and his team manages the IOOF investment options, including the IOOF Balanced Investor Trust, our MySuper default option. You can watch as he delivers a market update below.
You can read the latest Market Insight here.
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