I have read the posts concentrating on which managed fund's are the best - such as the Platinum Asia or Japan and so on. My question is which managed fund has high income returns (and less capital growth), similar to Navra Retail/Wholesale. I have a bit in the Navra Wholesale, and once the US fund starts will diversify into that. But I still feel a need to diversify a bit more, and after attending a Macquarie Bank Seminar on tuesday night found out the following info (according to Macquarie) - Japan and Korea are both in an upswing .... and the safest sompanies in Oz over the long term are BHP, Brambles, Westpac, ANZ, Rinker, AMP, Woodside etc. So which Asian funds fit into the criteria of strong growth, high income returns and have shown outperformance in the past?