Tracey Spicer talks to Chris Brycki from Stockspot about their annual Fat Cat Funds Report which assesses the best and worst performing super funds.
Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to Choosing an investment option.
In this video Tracey Spicer talks to Associate Professor Banita Bissoondoyal-Bheenick from RMIT about the importance of choosing the right investment option for you, not just through a pandemic, but for the long-term.
It’s been a long time coming, but a group of superannuation industry professionals is proposing a set of standards to categorise growth and defensive assets.
A rising chorus of superannuation industry professionals agree the current labelling of super investment options is past its use by date, but that’s where the agreement ends.
Retirement involves a series of adjustments, to your lifestyle and spending patterns but also to the way you invest.
In this video interview Mano Mohankumar, Senior investment research manager at Chant West, shares some insights on how super funds performed in 2019, the outlook for 2020, and what to consider when choosing a super investment option.
If you believe your super fund is not performing as well as you had hoped, or as well as other super funds, what can you do? Here’s our 5-step guide to help you assess whether your super fund’s investment performance is staying with the pack – or lagging the field.
If you’re unhappy with how your super savings have grown, it’s worth considering whether you’re in the right investment option in your super fund. To help you work through the process of making an investment option switch, check out our simple explainer.
Research first undertaken in the United States nearly 30 years ago found around 90 cents of every one dollar in retirement income comes from the earnings you achieve on your super investments, with only 10 cents coming from your own savings.
Investments exist on a risk spectrum. The higher the return, the higher the risk. So, your comfort with different levels of risk is crucial in determining what kind of assets you can, and should, invest in.