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What is the most efficient method of implementing short duration?

Over the past few years, and more than ever this year, markets have been rapidly switching between risk-on and risk-off, bull and bear markets.

With volatility generally expected to remain heightened, investors could consider different ways to prepare their portfolios for shifting markets. A strategic allocation to the AXA Sterling Credit Short Duration Bond Fund could be a potential option as this strategy displays markedly lower volatility than the all maturities sterling credit market, and aims to provide consistent, incremental returns in excess of cash.

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