Australian equities are a popular choice for investors, currently making up the largest share (35%) of SMSF funds under management. But by limiting your portfolio to domestic shares, you’re missing out on exposure to a huge number of the world’s most successful companies.
In the last two decades, Asia has become a powerhouse of global growth. Demographics and digitalisation are fuelling a boom economy that’s expected to continue for decades to come. Find out why you should be looking at this region more closely...
In the last two decades, Asia has become a powerhouse of the world’s economy, contributing more than half of global GDP. Led by China’s rapid growth, this trend is likely to continue, but what is the investment opportunity?
With its continuing economic growth trajectory and rising incomes, China certainly offers strong growth potential and genuine diversity for investors. So what could you be missing out on by not allocating to this growth powerhouse?
Emerging markets (EM) have been growing rapidly in recent years. In fact, they now contribute over 50% of global growth and are expected to contribute over 60% by 2022. Once dominated by agriculture and heap manufacturing, EM countries are today home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies and most innovative companies.
While many investors invest in equities because of their potential for attractive long-term capital growth, when equity markets fall, as they often do, the timing of this fall can have a major impact on your investment balance.
Since the late 20th century, India’s rate of GDP growth has doubled, making it one of the fastest-growing key economies globally. Find out how an active allocation to this region can give you access to companies that will benefit most from this continuing trajectory.
India is now the seventh-largest and the fastest-growing major economy in the world. It is expected to move into a top-five position in the next couple of years. Find out what you could be missing out on in this handy infographic
If you research Australia’s largest listed companies, you’ll discover that some of them were much smaller stocks not that long ago. Small or medium companies can be overlooked, given they’re often considered riskier than their large cap peers.