Understanding your super and investment risk

Your super is likely to be the biggest investment you have next to the family home. It may accumulate over a 30-year period or longer–so it can add up to a lot of money.

You have a lot of control over how your super is invested and that means you really need to understand the basics about investing, and the type of investor you are in order to make informed decisions about it. If you have the control without the understanding, chances are you’ll end up with less super money than you may be expecting.

In the video, Jessica from AMP talks about investing your super money and making sure you don’t end up with all your eggs in one basket.

Make sure you’re making appropriate investment decisions for your super and your future. Once you understand the basics, consider finding a financial adviser or call 131 267 so you can make the most of your super.

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