The question is a complex one.
Are you saving for retirement or are you planning on saving for your children’s education?
And are you going to put your savings towards a house?
It’s all about what’s best for you.
The key to a good portfolio is to have diversified risk assets in the same way that a diversified stock portfolio might.
That means diversifying from both domestic and international equities.
The Australian dollar is not cheap, and so it’s important to understand how to properly manage your savings.
The key thing to remember is that you should not put your money in equities because they will lose value over time.
Rather, your money should be put into assets that have a good return, such as real estate, a good shareholding in your company or an income-generating investment.
Investing in equity is a good way to diversify your portfolio.
It’s also an important step in setting your personal goals, such for instance, when you’re planning to start a family.
A word of caution, though.
There are also lots of pitfalls associated with investing in equites.
The most obvious is that when you start to lose money, you could be losing your house.
In fact, if you’re a homeowner, it’s likely that your home will fall into disrepair and you’ll be facing the prospect of having to sell it.
It may be worth looking at whether you can safely sell your home and getting your money out.
In a world of low interest rates and higher inflation, home ownership is increasingly a risky proposition.
And it’s one that many Australians will have to consider when it comes to saving for a family of four.
The fact is, there’s a growing body of research showing that low interest rate policy, which means rates are close to zero, is actually good for the economy.
“The research indicates that low rates are good for households, especially households with lower incomes and higher debt,” says Professor Richard Leighton, who is professor of economics at the University of Queensland.
If you’re buying your home at a low rate, and it goes up in value over the years, you may find it easier to afford the price tag.
In addition, the low rate also means you can save more on your mortgage and mortgage repayments.
If you think you’re going to be a homeowner in the future, then consider how low rates will affect the value of your home.
This is one of the key aspects of investing in an equities portfolio.
The downside of an equitas portfolio is that it may not work out.
If you’re putting your money into a risky asset and you’re losing money, it can be very difficult to sell the asset and make a profit.
However, if the value rises, it might be a great opportunity to make a decent profit.
That’s why it’s vital to understand the difference between equities and equities-linked mutual funds.
The basic idea behind equities is that if you buy equities, you’ll get a guaranteed return, and if you hold equities you’ll earn a dividend, or return on your investment.
The dividend is a fixed amount, typically about 10 per cent.
That’s why equities have been seen as an attractive way to invest.
However, this can make it hard to sell them and earn a decent return.
“When you’re selling, you are selling the asset for the price it’s currently worth, but you’re still earning a dividend.
This is called a capital gain,” says Dr Leighton.
For example, if your home is valued at $1.8 million, your dividend will be $10,000.
But if your house is valued more like $5 million, it will yield an annualised return of $4,000 and an annualized dividend of $10.25.
This means that if your current house is worth $1 million, and you sell it for $5,000, your investment will earn a return of 0.1 per cent, but your capital gain will be a bit more than that.
If your current home is worth about $3.6 million, but it’s worth $4.8 billion, your capital gains will be more like 2.8 per cent and your dividend is only 1 per cent (this means the difference is about $10).
If you’ve already sold your house, your current dividend will also be $5.25 per annum.
This means that your dividend and return on investment will be close to the same, but if you have a house worth more than $3 million, the dividend is more like 5 per cent but the return on the investment is more than 20 per cent per annumnum.
“Equities are the way to go, but there are many other ways to invest in equitas,” says Leighton who also works at the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
He points out that there are other options besides equities: diversification