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REAL INVESTORS VS SPECULATORS

Investors must understand what separates speculators and real investors

The first step is to understand the underlying investment philosophies that hold constant regardless of the investment advice implemented. Our investment philosophy, “Real investors have a long-term focus, with emphasis on time in the market, rather than timing the market.” is the cornerstone of our investment success.

The biggest misconception

is that we need more income before we can invest. The everyday Australian saves to save, rather than saving to invest. Separating the two is vital to understand, and can play a significant role in your journey to financial freedom. At Anchor Wealth, we provide investment solutions that empower everyday Australians to efficiently grow their wealth.

“I NEED MORE MONEY TO START INVESTING!” NOTHING IS FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH. IT’S NOT WHAT YOU EARN; IT’S WHAT YOU KEEP AND INVEST

 

4 POWERFUL INVESTMENT PRINCIPLES

1. DON’T WAIT ANOTHER MINUTE, EVERYDAY COSTS YOU THOUSANDS.
Time: One of the most potent aspects of portfolio investing is time. The longer the investment time horizon, the more beneficial your relationship will be with compound interest. Invest early for the greatest impact of compound interest, watching your investment snowball. When comparisons are projected for clients, to display the relationship of time and compound interest, the difference is significant; investors often find it hard to fathom.
2. SNOWBALL EFFECT WITH YOUR MONEY.
Compound interest is calculated based on the initial investment and accumulated interest that you have reinvested over time. Compound interest and time have long been a powerful combination of wealth accumulation.
3. ARE YOUR FUNDS GOING BACKWARDS.
Achieving a rate of return that is above the inflation rate is paramount when assessing investment returns. Individuals often overlook the loss of purchasing power over time. Loss of purchasing power as a result of inflation can have a profound impact on your investment wealth journey.
4. DON’T PUT ALL YOUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET. YOU MAY DROP IT ONE DAY.
Diversification is a strategy that reduces risk by allocating investments across different asset classes. A lower investment concentration ultimately achieves higher diversification.
 

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WHAT ARE MY INVESTMENT OPTIONS?

DO BIG COMPANIES SHARE THEIR PROFITS AND GROWTH WITH INVESTORS? YES! ABSOLUTELY. BIG COMPANIES HAVE BEEN SHARING THEIR PROFITS AND GROWTH WITH INVESTORS THROUGH SHARE PURCHASESSINCE 1852.
OWN A PART OF BIG COMPANIES, WITHOUT LIFTING A FINGER, WHETHER YOU HAVE LIMITED OR UNLIMITED FUNDS.
Most Australians do not have the financial means to purchase a successful big business, i.e. BHP, Woolworths, or Facebook. However, you can own a portion of one or many of these businesses. Anchor Wealth provides investors with an avenue to enter the marketplace and purchase shares in the most successful Australian and international companies selected by professional fund managers. This allows everyday Australians the opportunity to invest in big companies.
ACCESS TO THE PROPERTY MARKET WITH NO DEPOSIT. Unlisted property&Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs):
Australians require a substantial amount of deposit to gain exposure to the property market. REITs and unlisted property investments, on the other hand, offer everyday Australians access to the property market as an additional investment avenue. Access to property investing without large sums of deposit required may allow you to benefit from rental income in addition to capital growth.
A RETURN JUST ABOVE MY DAY TO DAY BANK SAVINGS? I'M CONTENT WITH THAT.
Fixed Interest: This may be a suitable option for investors seeking a more conservative asset class, generally exposing investors to government and corporate bonds, which are considered a less volatile investment option.
OWN A PORTION OF GREAT AUSTRALIAN COMPANIES.
From the year 1900 to 2018 the, All OrdinariesAccumulation Index has averaged a return of 13.1% per annum. Investing in Australian companies has three main benefits:
  • -Investors have often rewarded a share of the company’s profits, referred to as dividends,
  • - Tax-effective income
  • - capital growth benefits.
OWN A PORTION OF THE COMPANIES YOU USE EVERYDAY.
Investing in international companies can significantly diversify your investment portfolio. Anchor Wealth selects Fund managers who predominantly invest in companies with a high market share and well-known global names with a solid track record.
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  • A PROFESSIONAL FUND MANAGER DOES ALL THE INVESTING AND RUNNING OF THE FUND, SO YOU CAN GET ON WITH DOING THE THINGS YOU LOVE.
    Managed Fund: At Anchor Wealth, we build strategic investment portfolios for our clients. Our skilled investment advisors in Adelaide implement strategies to achieve your investment goals and maximize your investment returns. Portfolios constructed are predominantly comprised of shares in Australian and international companies, unlisted property funds, REITs, fixed interest and infrastructure.
    A managed fund is appropriate for an investor seeking a return that is potentially higher than a savings account and with the ability to invest money over a longer period. The longer-term investment allows your fund manager to grow your assets while mitigating risk associated with short term market volatility.
  • DIRECTLY OWN A PORTION OF A BIG COMPANY WHILST A PROFESSIONAL MANAGES YOUR INVESTMENT DECISIONS Separately managed accounts (SMAs)
    Until recently, direct share investing was a popular option to give investors access to the underlying ownership of the securities. The downside for most investors, however, is their lack of expertise and inclination when going down this path. Also, without a deep level of investment knowledge, it is not likely that a novice investor will outperform a trained and specialized professional fund manager.
    Alternatively, pooled investment options as a structure, give investors access to experienced fund managers. Funds are invested by professional fund managers on behalf of investors, who pay a percentage fee for this ongoing service. However, many benefits of direct equity ownership are hindered in this approach.
    SMAs allow investors to potentially experience the best of both worlds, having a fund manager overseeing your portfolio, whilst having the direct ownership of the underlying securities. SMAs are significantly lower in fees than most pooled investment options and a rapidly increasing investment choice by investors.
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