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    When it comes to investing, there are various investment methods available to build and maintain wealth over the long-term. For example, depending on your circumstances, you may invest directly (e.g. share portfolio), indirectly (e.g. managed fund), or a combination of these.

    Managed funds are professionally managed investment vehicles that allow investors to pool their money together to invest. They may differ in the way they invest (e.g. asset allocation, investment philosophy, risk tolerance and investment time horizon) and the fees and charges attached to them can differ.

    Watch our animation for further insight into what a managed fund is, how it works, and the pros and cons of investing in one: Managed Fund Video

    Financial Adviser (FPA Member AFP ®) Specialising in UK Expat Advice and Pension Transfers / AR-322874 /AFSL-234951

    Accredited Mortgage Adviser (MFAA Member)

    Director  - Vista Financial Services – www.vistafs.com.au 08 8381 7177

    Vista Financial Knowledge Centre: www.vista.financialknowledgecentre.com.au  


    Please note that my advice is general advice only and professional financial advice should be sought for your own personal situation.

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