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Pocket the world’s most promising companies.

We’ve designed 3 ready-made investment portfolios for you to choose from. Each one blends cash, direct shares, ETFs, in-house managed funds and specialist funds from around the world. That means you can own a small part of literally hundreds of companies — like Samsung, Alibaba or Nintendo — with a single transaction and just $10,000.




Why diversify?

Diversification is about reducing risk. It is impossible to predict market movements, but you can reduce their impact by diversifying your portfolio. This means your savings are spread across different ‘asset classes’, such as cash, property, shares and bonds. This can prevent the value of your portfolio from rising and falling with the performance of a single asset type. A fall in the value of shares may be offset by gains in the value of property.

How we diversify.

We believe we offer the most robust diversification available in a ready-made investment portfolio. We diversify in several ways:

  1. Across asset classes
    Your portfolio includes Australian and international shares, property and infrastructure, alternatives, Australian and international bonds and cash.

  2. Within asset classes
    Within any asset class, we spread the risk further by investing in different industries - such as mining, retail, banking, pharmaceuticals and biotech.

  3. Across countries and regions
    Geographic diversification reduces your exposure to the performance of a single country or region. Your savings are invested across Australasia, Japan, Asia, North & Latin America, the UK, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.



Put your eggs in over 1,000 baskets.

We believe we offer the most robust diversification available in a ready-made investment portfolio.

The chart above displays the asset allocation and underlying investment holdings of the model portfolios as at 2 July 2017. These allocations are actively managed within the allowable ranges and these may vary depending on market conditions.


1. Exchange traded fund (ETF) 2. Managed fund Only the top 10 underlying holdings are displayed for exchange traded funds (ETF) and managed funds and are based on publicly available information as at 6 June 2018. For Bond and Fixed Interest ETFs, no underlying investment information is provided.

The chart above displays the asset allocation and underlying investment holdings of the model portfolios as at 2 July 2017. These allocations are actively managed within the allowable ranges and these may vary depending on market conditions.


1. Exchange traded fund (ETF) 2. Managed fund Only the top 10 underlying holdings are displayed for exchange traded funds (ETF) and managed funds and are based on publicly available information as at 6 June 2018. For Bond and Fixed Interest ETFs, no underlying investment information is provided.

The chart above displays the asset allocation and underlying investment holdings of the model portfolios as at 2 July 2017. These allocations are actively managed within the allowable ranges and these may vary depending on market conditions.


1. Exchange traded fund (ETF) 2. Managed fund Only the top 10 underlying holdings are displayed for exchange traded funds (ETF) and managed funds and are based on publicly available information as at 6 June 2018. For Bond and Fixed Interest ETFs, no underlying investment information is provided.

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As at June 2018, past performance does not necessarily indicate a financial product’s future performance. Inception date is 1 July 2012. How did we calculate past performance?

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This is a forecast not a prediction. The projected balance and results are only estimates, the actual amounts may be higher or lower. This forecast is general information only and does not consider your personal circumstances. How is this calculated?

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The balance is likely to be between and . This takes into account inflation, fees and tax.

What’s in this portfolio?

All our Portfolios are a careful blend of cash, direct shares, ETFs, in-house managed funds and specialist funds from around the world.

We manage our portfolios actively. Over time the asset mix can and will change. These are the holdings as at 2 July 2017.

All our Portfolios are a careful blend of cash, direct shares, ETFs, in-house managed funds and specialist funds from around the world.

We manage our portfolios actively. Over time the asset mix can and will change. These are the holdings as at 2 July 2017.

All our Portfolios are a careful blend of cash, direct shares, ETFs, in-house managed funds and specialist funds from around the world.

We manage our portfolios actively. Over time the asset mix can and will change. These are the holdings as at 2 July 2017.

How reliable is the forecast?

No one can predict the future. Having said that, we commit to a high degree of accuracy and transparency in our forecasts. This is why our returns may look lower than many of our competitors’.

Here’s how our forecasts are different:
  • We consider good and bad market scenarios instead of assuming a consistent annual return, like 7%. Consistent returns are impossible.
  • Our engine generates at least 500 simulations of what may happen to a portfolio over a given time period. Each simulation includes up and down markets of various lengths, intensities and combinations. We then chart the middle band to give you a likely range of outcomes.
  • We go out of our way to highlight your take home returns. That is, the value that remains after tax, inflation and fees have been taken into account. We assume inflation will be 2.6% per year, which has a huge impact on any future savings. What does your current savings strategy deliver once inflation, tax and fees are taken out?

Who does this suit?

Our Cautious portfolio is designed for people who can invest for 3 years or more. It offers the lowest risk of our three options, but returns are also likely to be lower.

If that suits you, the portfolio may help you to achieve these kinds of goals:

  • Save a deposit for a home.
  • Save for a holiday, renovation or one-off expense.

Since 1 July 2012, the Cautious portfolio’s returns have averaged 4.84% per year. If you had invested $25,000 then, here’s what you’d have had by the end of June 2018:

Past performance does not necessarily indicate a financial product’s future performance. Inception date is 1 July 2012. Based on an investment of $25,000. How did we calculate past performance?

Our Balanced portfolio is designed for people who can invest for 5 years or more. Its objective is to maintain stable returns for people who are willing to accept low to medium risk.

If that suits you, this portfolio may help you to achieve these kinds of goals:

  • Save a deposit for a home.
  • Save for a holiday, renovation or one-off expense.
  • Save up to pay for school fees or start a business.
  • Enjoy lasting wealth in retirement.

Since 1 July 2012, the Balanced portfolio’s returns have averaged 6.75% per year. If you had invested $25,000 then, here’s what you’d have had, by the end of June 2018:

Past performance does not necessarily indicate a financial product’s future performance. Inception date is 1 July 2012. Based on an investment of $25,000. How did we calculate past performance?

Our Growth portfolio is designed for people who can invest for 7 years or more. It is designed for people who are willing to bear more risk in order to achieve potentially higher returns.

If that suits you, this portfolio may help you to achieve these kinds of goals:

  • Save up to pay for school fees or start a business.
  • Get long-term growth from an inheritance, settlement or bonus.
  • Save for retirement.
  • Build lifelong wealth as an alternative to property investment.

Since 1 July 2012, the Growth portfolio’s returns have averaged 8.42% per year. If you had invested $25,000 then, here’s what you’d have had, by the end of June 2018:

Past performance does not necessarily indicate a financial product’s future performance. Inception date is 1 July 2012. Based on an investment of $25,000. How did we calculate past performance?

What are the risks?

We define risk as the potential for losing money that can’t be made back. While all investments experience ups and downs, our portfolios are designed to smooth the ride by falling less when wider markets fall.

The Cautious portfolio offers the lowest risk of our three options, with a target asset allocation of 70% defensive assets such as bonds and cash.


Cautious
Growth 30%
Defensive 70%

We define risk as the potential for losing money that can’t be made back. While all investments experience ups and downs, our portfolios are designed to smooth the ride by falling less when wider markets fall.

The Balanced portfolio offers a balanced approach with a target asset allocation of 50% defensive assets (like cash and bonds) and 50% growth assets like shares.


Balanced
Growth 50%
Defensive 50%

We define risk as the potential for losing money that can’t be made back. While all investments experience ups and downs, our portfolios are designed to smooth the ride by falling less when wider markets fall.

The Growth portfolio is the most aggressive and highest risk portfolio of our three selections. It has a target asset allocation of 30% defensive assets such as cash and bonds.


Growth
Growth 70%
Defensive 30%

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