The Cash Plus Portfolio is a cash flow/liquidity orientated portfolio constructed with the aim of providing for capital or liquidity requirements between 3 and 12 months.
It uses a range of more defensively orientated, short-dated investments that aim to provide cash ‘plus’ or Term Deposit levels of income with minimal volatility.
The goals of the Cash Plus Portfolio are:
Investors often want to hold cash aside as a buffer for emergencies or to cover expenses they know are coming up shortly. They may want a slightly higher return than leaving the money in the bank without the inconvenience of rolling over Term Deposits or opening online savings accounts.
It uses a limited range of lower volatility assets that aim to provide a higher level of income relative to Cash-Plus with low levels of growth and minimal volatility.
The goals of the Short-Term Portfolio are:
The Short-Term Portfolio is generally used to provide for known cash flow needs and capital security over the next 1 to 3 years.
It uses a broader mix of investments that aims to provide a moderate level of income and growth with low levels of volatility.
The goals of the Mid-Term Portfolio are:
The Mid-Term Portfolio is generally used to provide for known cash flow needs and availability over the next 3 to 5 years.
The Long-Term Wealth Protector Portfolio is a risk/return based portfolio that aims to protect the value of capital using a mix of predominantly defensive and alternative investments, although it may hold growth assets if deemed appropriate.
The aim is to provide a reasonable income stream with some capital growth and moderate levels of volatility.
The goals of the Long-Term Wealth Protector Portfolio are:
The Long-Term Wealth Protector Portfolio is generally used to hold longer-term investments and limit exposure to risk.
The aim is to provide mostly capital growth with some income and will experience higher levels of volatility relevant to other Dynamic Asset
The goals of the Long-Term Wealth Builder Portfolio are:
The Long-Term Wealth Builder portfolio is typically used by younger investors that have a long-term investment horizon, such as in their super, for investors that need higher returns to help meet their needs or for investors that want to borrow and invest in a portfolio that provides enough of a margin to justify the additional risk.