Uncertainty in the U.S. election has led to increased market volatility in recent weeks. Our Managed Funds are embracing this period to look for oversold high-quality opportunities. With interest rates expected to remain low until at least 2023, coupled with a pro-growth Federal Budget and potential for a COVID vaccine, we believe the markets will look past the current economic recession and trend higher in the longer term. For now, with financial health by our side, we are well prepared for the risks ahead, particularly as the Government winds down its support packages to businesses.
In this Quarterly Fund Investor Update, Tim Lincoln, Chief Investment Officer, Matthew Swartz, Portfolio Manager and Kien Trinh, Head of Research, discuss the investment strategy behind our Lincoln Australian Income Fund, Lincoln Australian Growth Fund and Lincoln U.S. Growth Funds.
We provide highlights on our quarter end performance and explain how:
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