Self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) are moving away from buying blue-chip shares, high-yielding shares, cash management accounts and term deposits. So what asset classes are they buying?
Should Jennifer and Toby continue to build savings in a mortgage offset account or invest in a portfolio of listed shares, ETFs and bonds? And what is the outlook for their two Perth properties?
Peter has $106,000 in the bank and asks Paul Clitheroe, “Where should I invest it short-term in order to buy property?”
BetaShares has launched a new exchange traded fund (ETF) at half the price of VAS, currently the lowest-fee Australian shares ETF on the ASX.
In their 30s with cash but no investments, Martin and Heidi say it’s time to get serious with their finances. They turned to Ask the Experts for advice.
Shooting the lights out on the first day may feel good, but at the end of weeks of cycling – or decades of investing – that first day will have little impact on the final result.
Sandra is worried about retirement. What if the money runs out? She’s probably worrying for nothing, says Paul Clitheroe.
Companies with plenty of women, including in top roles, perform better than those with low gender diversity.