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Below are some key resources on investments pertaining to QuietGrowth MDA service.
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Self managed super funds
Our robo investing solution is customised to serve the best interests of the trustees of a self-managed super fund (SMSF). We have been managing the superannuation investments in SMSFs where the fund trustees are individuals, corporates or trusts.
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Wealth management for non-residents of Australia
Even if you are not an Australian citizen nor a resident of Australia, you should consider transferring a part of your wealth to Australia. Refer to our 'transfer a part of your wealth to Australia' knowledge resource for more information.
'Navigate money' is an initiative by QuietGrowth to impart financial education to all through compelling content. Illustrations, interactive interfaces, interactive visualisations, videos and storytelling are some of the methods employed to enable everyone to plan and act better regarding their finances. As we want everyone, from different occupations and backgrounds to benefit from our content, we have ensured that some of our content is of beginner’s level of comprehension. 'Navigate money' is one of our efforts towards our mission to provide access to wise investing for all, through knowledge, technology and transparency.
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- An introduction to high dividend investing
- An introduction to sector investing
- An introduction to thematic investing
- An introduction to core-satellite investing
- An introduction to alternative investing
- Ethical Investing
- Investing in bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies and NFTs
- Micro Investing
- An introduction to hedge funds
- An introduction to private equity
- An introduction to wine investing
- What is play money or discretionary fund?
- What is a venture bet?
- Startup Investing
- Crowdfund Investing
- An introduction to discretionary investment management
- Financial advisers and discretionary investment management
- An introduction to Holder Identification Number (HIN)
- An introduction to wealth management
- An introduction to family office
- An introduction to Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)
- Difference between Exchange Traded Products (ETP) and Exchange Traded Funds (ETF)
- Risk-adjusted returns Illustration
- An introduction to Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH)
- An introduction to Random Walk Hypothesis
- An introduction to Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT)
- Myths about Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT)
- Common questions about Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT)
- An introduction to reversion to the mean
- Metrics to compare the returns of portfolios with different risks
- Relevance of covariance and correlation in portfolio construction
- An introduction to Total Return Bond ETF
- Introduction to bond maturity period
- An introduction to bond ratings
- Impact of rising interest rates on a bond ETF
- An introduction to risk-free bonds and risk-free rate
- An introduction to stock split and reverse stock split
- Hedged versus unhedged currency risk exposure in investments
- Should I invest in a portfolio or in a fund?
- An introduction to CBOE Volatility Index VIX
- An introduction to ASX 300 index
- An introduction to S&P 500 index
- An introduction to CRSP US Total Market Index
- Do any robo-advisors focus on downside risk?
- Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) Illustration
- Efficient market hypothesis and cryptocurrency prices Illustration
- What is a rainy day fund?
- Should I use a robo adviser or invest by myself?
- What does it take to make DIY (do-it-yourself) investments rather than hiring a financial adviser?
- Where should I start my first investment? Illustration
- Is setting up a family office worth it compared to availing a robo-adviser service for my wealth of $20 million?
- Should I hire a financial adviser to help me invest a small amount, say $5,000, for the long term?
- What is the difference between financial advice and investment advice?
- What is the difference between general financial advice and personal financial advice?
- Does a robo adviser give personal financial advice?
- Should a firm that does not offer 'personal financial advice' be called a robo advisor?
- Can a firm that sells investment portfolios online be called a robo-adviser?
- Difference between a standalone robo adviser and independent robo adviser
- What is the difference between robo advice, digital advice, and automated advice?
- What is the ultimate goal of a Robo Advisor?
- An introduction to stagflation
- An introduction to reserve currency
- An introduction to US debt ceiling
- An introduction to Japanese real estate crash and lost decades
- Is wealth redistributed from old people to young people during periods of considerable inflation?
- Be prudent while opting for buy-now-pay-later Illustration
- An introduction to assessing the financial strength of banks
- An introduction to fractional reserve banking
- An introduction to discount window borrowing
- An introduction to Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) capital ratio
- An introduction to bank bailout
- An introduction to bank bail-in
- What is the future for wealth management?
- Will there be oligopoly in the robo-advice industry?
- Will robo advisors survive as independents or just as tools on bank websites?
- Is it too late for a new firm to enter the robo advice business?
- What’s going to happen to the robo-advisors the next time the market crashes?
- Regulatory changes that paved the way for robo advice in Australia
- Conventionalisation of the new term 'robo adviser'
- What is robo advisor 2.0?
- Which jobs in wealth management can’t be automated/ replaced by robots?
- Will robo-advisors replace human financial advisors?