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In recent months we have been lambasted with negative news, and yes, it has been rooted in Nenegate; less-than-desirable political and economic management in SA; plunging global oil and commodity markets along with Chinese deflationary fears; and weakened emerging-market economies.   

No doubt, it could get worse this year and in 2017.

But the situation could change for the better too. Institutional comment is not overly subdued, and most leading fund managers continue to seek the best investment opportunities available to deliver pleasing long-term returns on your capital.

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