At InfoChoice, you’ll find it so much easier to choose an investment for you, quickly and easily, based on your own financial strategy. That’s because InfoChoice offers you a relevant and accurate comparison of a range of investment providers. You won’t need to spend valuable time on prior research - just sit back and compare suitable investments at a glance.
A number of factors will help define your investment strategy. While you may want to diversify your investments to minimize risk, you need to find suitable investment vehicles that will cater for your own risk/reward spread. If you’re a younger investor, you might be looking for higher risk/higher reward components. If you’re closer to retirement you might be risk averse, seeking a more secure portfolio with reliable but lower returns.
You might be looking for an online broker to allow you to trade the ASX. Or maybe you just want to place your capital into managed funds and let someone else worry about investing it. Whatever your investment strategy, there are so many options to consider these days, it’s sometimes hard to know where to begin.
Comparing investment options may be simple enough, but the prior research required can be exhausting, which is why so many people give up. Many will even select their investment vehicles based on the most emotive advertising campaign, and then wonder where their financial strategy went wrong!
Creating your investment shortlist becomes so much more efficient and accurate with our range of investment tools. Our ‘selector tools’ can help you find brokerage firms to suit your investment needs. Our ‘comparators’ will help you compare suitable providers and settle on the best investment for you. Simply input your required criteria and let us create simple and easy-to-digest shortlists for you. Use our calculators to see how your investment will grow in different scenarios before you settle on your ideal investment spread.
When it comes to your finances, it pays to make the right choice. Choose your next investment on your terms – not the banks’.