Despite the binary nature of shares and property, the two have exhibited a strong correlation in the past. As a result, many share investors are rightfully wondering whether a potential downturn in the property market could impact the returns from their share portfolio. In this AFR article, Elio D’Amato explains that even though a significant correction in the property market will no doubt have an impact on businesses and sentiment towards the broader sharemarket, rational investors can trust that when the market recovers, the high-quality businesses they hold will be the very first to respond.
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