July 27, 2018

Planning Your Future

More Australians than ever before are investing.

These investments can lead to big rewards in the future, especially if they’re part of a solid and diversified portfolio. Whether you are interested in managing your finances for the best outcome, enhancing and protecting your lifestyle, growing your wealth, planning for retirement or facing a major life change, you will never regret seeking professional advice. There’s never been a better time than now to start realising your wealth potential, and begin maximising and protecting it.


You’ve identified your goals and done some basic research. But how do you actually go about creating an investment portfolio? What specific investments are right for you? What resources are out there to help you with investment decisions? As there are always a lot of questions when you are entering the investment arena, the best advice is to obtain the services of a Investment Planner who can sit down with you and explain everything in full detail so you know exactly how everything works and what possible risks there are.

It is an almost universally accepted concept that any portfolio should include a mix of investments. A portfolio should also be balanced. That is, the portfolio should contain investments with varying levels of risk to help minimize exposure, should one of the portfolio holdings decline significantly. Many investors make the mistake of putting all their eggs in one basket. Spreading your investment over several asset classes should help reduce your risk of losing your entire investment.

Article by Katie Knight

Some may say real estate is in Katie’s blood having joined real estate following her father, Ian Knight, into the industry where he had pioneered the path of real estate in Toowoomba in the late ‘80s and opened the ninth regional RE/MAX office… View profile

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