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Where are the areas that investors traditionally make money?
How do you take advantage of opportunity while minimising risk?
Why there is such a movement from traditional super funds to the self managed space
Over the past several decades share and property investors alike have gotten used to double digit returns; capital growth, rising rents and increased dividends in our seemingly unstoppable economy often painted a rosy picture and those investors that had the foresight to take action reaped the rewards.
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But since the GFC, investors have found themselves in a strange economic environment - a mix between stimulus packages, bank bailouts, fear mongering and opportunity. In Australia our nation's finances have been touted as the envy of the world, but high dwelling prices to household incomes have had some talking of a housing bubble, while investors that have had their money in cash are earning barely more than inflation.
If the days of double-digit returns for passive investors are truly over, what does this mean for your prospects of retiring securely?
Join Anthony Wamsteker, former CEO of ME Bank and now Director of SMSF Property Australia and Rebekah Blake from SMSF Property Advisers for their tips on where today's savvy investors need to look to access opportunities to boost investment returns.
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