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Investing is one of the best things you can do for your money, but taking the plunge into the world of investments can be a daunting one, especially if you don’t know much about it.
The first step to investing well is doing the research, which means you’re basically halfway there. Almost. There’s still a bit to know before you buy your first share. Luckily for you, one of the greatest advantages young investors have is time.
Investing can be daunting for anyone who’s never done it before, beyond putting their money into a high-interest savings account (that may not even keep up with inflation).
But investing doesn’t have to be scary, in fact it should be exciting, because at the end of the day you’re growing your wealth. The trick to it is understanding the basics, so we’ve pulled together five fundamentals that’ll help you manage your money in the market.
Here are five rules to live by when it comes to investing.
Good-quality financial advice is not available to the vast majority of Australians. Very few have access to financial advice, and if they do, it tends to be later in life and closer to retirement. It’s a similar situation with investing.
For as long as investing has existed in its modern form, there’s been an ongoing debate about what is the best investment philosophy. While there’s passionate opinions on each side of the fence, we think the obvious way to decide is to look at the data. Thankfully, there are studies that have looked at the results of more than 2,000 funds and compared these to historical outcomes. In this post, we’ll look at the evidence of both Active and Index-Based Investing, and share why we’re confident in our approach.