Diversification is one of the key principles behind good investing and there’s a lot you can learn from how successful super funds invest their members’ money.
Learn more about key super investment strategies in the following SuperGuide articles:
Set out below are the latest articles that relate to super investing strategies.
Even modest regular savings can grow into substantial nest egg, thanks to the combined effects of compound interest and time. Here’s how it works.
With inflation and the cost of living on the rise and expected to get worse, it’s worth pausing to consider the impact of inflation on your retirement income planning.
We all want to earn top notch returns from our super fund, but at what level of risk? This is how you find the sweet spot.
Sustainable investment options are gaining traction among fund members, especially now that many outperform their fund’s default balanced option.
With demand for ethical investments on the rise, more super funds and investment managers are answering the call.
Indexing is an increasingly popular investment strategy and many super funds offer it as an investment option, but how does it work and what are the benefits?
Staying the course and seeking advice were winning strategies during last year’s market meltdown.
Big super funds have been talking up their role in nation-building, using mostly unlisted investments in infrastructure and property. So what are unlisted assets and how to they affect my super?
Just because we may be compelled to have superannuation, is no reason to leave it to its fate. In fact, playing a role in how your super is invested is one of the key ways we can influence its outcome. Here we break down the key concepts to help you gain confidence with the investing side of super.
The three drivers of investment success are time, returns and risk. Try to remove risk and in time you’ll rue your lost returns.
When markets fall by as much, and as quickly, as they have recently, it’s easy to conclude that it’s time to move all your assets into a safer haven.
When sharemarkets fall and people start panicking, it’s easy to think the best solution is to sell your investments or swap out of your super fund investment option. But it’s a decision that could cost you dearly.
The Coronavirus pandemic is taking the world into unchartered waters, both in terms of public health and personal wealth.
We look at whether you can rid your super of fossil fuels, and how a renewable energy portfolio might affect your nest egg.