SUPER AND RETIREMENT
As your super fund, we invest your money for you, but do you know how these investments are doing? Monitoring the performance of your super investments could open up more opportunities to grow your super savings.
Tracking the performance of your super investments can be helpful to understand how your portfolio is gaining or losing value, both in the short and long term.
Since superannuation is generally considered to be a long-term investment, it’s important to not react hastily to market volatility and to focus on the right investment strategy for long-term gains.
With that in mind, tracking the performance of your super investments can be helpful to understand how your portfolio is gaining or losing value, both in the short and long term.
And if your personal circumstances change, knowing the performance of your super investments over time may help to inform you as to what sort of an investor you are and how much risk you’re happy to take.
The Russell Investments Master Trust has over 20 investment options within six categories:
- Personalised option – GoalTracker™
- Diversified options
- Outcome-oriented options
- Sector options
- Responsible options
- Third Party options.
Based on your product, you can view the performance of a particular option for the one month, three-month, one year, three-year and five-year time periods, through to its inception.
And if you are after the finer details, you can delve into each individual option to see its asset classes, funds, managers and fund details.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
INSIGHTS AND INSPIRATION
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The plus side
How your super is invested has a big impact on how much money you’ll be able to withdraw from it in the future. Discover GoalTracker Plus and how it automatically reviews your investments every three months.