There are many risks associated with investing, but there’s one retirement risk that gets very little attention: Sequencing of returns risk. But what exactly is it and what impact does it have?
The title of this week's blog is a question that always comes up when working with business owners, but in truth, the answer has often never been considered. Let's start the conversation.
It's no secret that residential property has performed incredibly well in recent history, to the point where a lot of first-time buyers tell us it's becoming ‘impossible to get into the market. With even ‘smashed avo’ becoming a major barrier to entry, is all hope lost or is there more to it?
The total return from investing is comprised of two parts, income, and growth. Both play a different, yet arguably equally important role. In this week's blog let’s explore both concepts within an investment portfolio.
When you think of the term ‘balanced’, what comes to mind? Personally, I think of 50/50 or equal on both sides, but when it comes to super, balanced may not mean what you think, here's why: If your super benefits are invested in the ‘balanced’ option, chances are your investments may not have a ‘balanced’ proportion of growth and defensive assets