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The main focus in retirement planning should be on the entire return from a portfolio, not just the income generated, and this might help some people in managing changes due to Labor’s franking credit proposal.
As Warren Buffett said: “If a statue is ever erected to honour the person who has done the most for American investors, the hands-down choice should be Jack Bogle.” The ‘father of indexing’ died last week.
ETFs reached over $40 billion by the end of 2018, with international equities ranked first for net flows, and a rapid growth in fixed income products. Cap-weighted indexes dominated but smart beta is gaining ground.
As the population ages and property prices rise rise, equity in owner homes has more potential as a significant source of ‘retirement income’. But an ASIC report highlights complexities in reverse mortgages not well understood.
This excellent Interactive Index Chart shows market performance of various asset classes since 1970, and allows readers to compare the growth of $10,000 invested in these asset classes over historical periods.
Although over one million Australians are trustees of SMSFs, ASIC reports that many do not have the expertise or time to take responsibility to manage their own superannuation.
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The Australian ETF market attracted $1.9 billion in Q4 2018, pushing the full year’s inflows to $6.4 billion. Global equities and fixed interest thrived.