Investment Business Unveils Investment Options For Portfolio Growth
Online finance resource, Super Investments, unravels a mix of different investment options to meet the specific goals of each individual
Super Investments have rolled out a list of investment options to enable clients to achieve their desired goals. The platform has become increasingly popular as the go-to space for financial literacy and wealth-building resources and recently reiterated their commitment to the cause by listing different choices that could make a huge difference in the growth of their portfolio. The available options are particularly unique, allowing persons to change the superior investment options online.
Pre-Mixed Investment Options
Investment mix: About 85% in stocks or real estate, and 15% in fixed or cash interest, or 100% equity or ownership of a 'high growth' option.
Returns: Aim to achieve higher average returns over the long term. This also means higher losses in bad years than you would incur with lower-risk options.
Investment mix: About 70% in stocks or real estate and 30% in fixed interest and cash. Or a 'moderate' option with 50% equity and equity.
Returns: Aim for reasonable returns, but lower than growth funds to reduce the risk of losses in bad years. These losses tend to occur less frequently than the growth option.
Investment mix: About 30% in stocks and property, and 70% in fixed interest and cash.
Profitability: aims to reduce the risk of loss and thus accept lower profitability in the long run. There is less chance of a bad year compared to balanced growth options.
Investment mix: 100% in deposits with Australian Depository Institutions or a life insurance policy with a 'capital guaranteed'.
Profitability: The objective of ensuring the capital and accumulated profits cannot be reduced by losses in investments.
This option aims to liquidate investments in companies that do not meet certain environmental, social, and governance criteria. The ethical choice can be anywhere on the risk spectrum, from high growth to conservative.
Some super funds allow clients to choose a range of different asset types or opt for direct investments. Persons with a MySuper account often enjoy an option that is balanced and diverse.
Unique diversified investment option
This is how most MySuper accounts work, with investors putting their funds into a standard investment mix, and the investment approach remains unchanged. These funds usually have a balanced or growth approach.
Life Cycle Investment Strategy
With this option, the fund will generally move investors' money from growth investments when they are young to more conservative investments at an older age.
Choosing The Right Investment Option
Factors to consider when choosing an investment option include age, risk appetite, and duration before access to the invested fund. It is worth noting that the high growth option comes with higher risks and faces more volatile returns in the short term, with higher returns in the long run. However, a conservative option provides less risk but less profit in the long run. Investors should also consider the duration before getting their capital back. Some people choose to be more conservative in their investments as they approach retirement to reduce the risk of their balance falling. Others choose to hold their investment in growth options in search of higher returns, as there is no particularly correct approach to investing.
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