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?
Julia wants to invest $30,000, but she’s also on a disability pension, so keeping that money secure is vital, says Paul Clitheroe.
Kevin and his wife have about $450,000 in term deposits and they’re looking for a better investment plan. That’s where Paul Clitheroe comes in.
With term deposit rates falling, here are five reasons you should be looking at corporate bonds for flexibility and predictable income.
This debt-free single mum is saving into a term deposit each month, but is that the best place for the money? Paul Clitheroe responds.
Shareholders have access to an attractive source of income in times of low interest rates – but there are risks, explains Greg Hoffman.
Jane invested $15,000 in a Bank of Queensland term deposit. When it matured she asked to withdraw it in cash, but was told it was against bank policy.