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There are some fund managers with a track record of outperforming the market. Photo: Phil Carrick
It was not all that long ago that some fund managers had star status with investors.
But the gloss has come off as investors receive smaller returns than the market with high fees to boot.
It's also because there are now low-cost alternatives called exchange traded funds (ETFs) that are available to small investors and DIY super fund trustees.
Better to pay a small fee and get the same return as the Australian sharemarket than pay high fees to an active manager who promises to beat the market but underperforms.
But analysis by investment researcher Morningstar identifies a handful of fund managers who do deliver on their promises – with long-track records of outperforming the Australian share market.
Eyes on the ball
These are the managers who have managed to keep their eyes on the ball throughout the various cycles of the Australian sharemarket.
Tim Murphy, director of manager research at Morningstar, says the winning managers invest with a variety of investment styles.
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