Investing with Growth and Profit in Mind
We offer advice and assistance to clients in selection of a suitable investment for their needs. We also assist in the monitoring of fund performance.
For those investors whose priority is investment growth more than capital security, we offer a broad range of investment solutions.
Portfolio Investments give you access to a unique range of funds, each with a different degree of risk. 100% of your money is invested in one or a combination of our investment funds.
Portfolio Investment Change could be the ideal investment if you are hoping to achieve higher returns than a deposit account while at the same time hoping to outperform inflation.
There are a number of funds to choose from, with different types of investments and different levels of risk and possible returns. You can choose the fund, or mix of funds, that suits the level of risk and potential return that you are comfortable with.
Each fund is made up of a wide range of investments. So, whichever fund you choose, you have the comfort of knowing you are not relying on the performance of a small number of investments. You can reduce your risk even further by spreading your investment across a mix of the funds available.
Balancing risk and reward
The highs and lows of the world’s stock markets underline what every investor needs to know, namely that every investment carries some degree of risk. Some investors are more cautious than others.
However, you should be aware that, over the longer term, while investment funds that involve a higher degree of risk can produce higher returns, their performance can be volatile and past performance should not be regarded as a guide to future performance.
Investment funds carrying a lower degree of risk are more secure, but their returns are likely to be relatively modest and their value could be eroded by inflation. So, you need to establish the degree of investment risk that you are willing to accept so that you can select funds for a portfolio that are in line with your personal preferences.
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