Game Of Thrones: Defending Your Investment Crown
This article is sponsored by Securities Commission Malaysia, under its InvestSmart initiative.
Your investments are not without its enemies. There are silent threats waiting to pounce on or sneakily ambush your investment throne, and eat away at your long-term gains, even while you push yourself to bulk up your savings and invest more.
Who are these vicious investment enemies threatening to steal your crown? The answer is Inflation and Economic Downturn. Defend your crown by making the right fund or asset choice!
Choosing the right funds or assets should be done in an informed, strategic and thoughtful manner. Your investing timeline, risk tolerance and investing preferences should play a primary role in personalising your asset class allocation.
Do your research and select your portfolio based on your financial needs and goals, and not someone else’s. You may even consider selecting a financial or investment adviser to serve as your general in helping you to better understand the nuances of your options. Step forward into war, for the battle to defend your investment crown starts now!
Safeguard your finances with sound investments like unit trust. While you’re at it, make your money work harder for you with the right credit card.
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