Types of investments
There are many different types of investments:
- Fixed interest
- Alternative strategies
- Real Estate Investment Trusts
- Direct Property
There are also different ways you can access them directly, through a managed fund, through your super or SMSF.
There are potential risks associated with each asset class but with careful asset allocation, suited to your needs, you can tailor a mix of different levels of return, liquidity and volatility into your portfolio.
Things you should know
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