The ups and downs of superannuation - how to ride the rollercoaster

October 21, 2019

Many of us like to keep an eye on our superannuation balance. It’s only natural, as we all want to retire in relative comfort, and for many people super is their second largest asset, after their family home.

 

If you’ve been checking your super over the last few months you might have noticed your balance going up and down. The first thing to know is this is quite normal. Share markets around the world naturally go through phases of volatility – where the value goes up and down. If your super is invested in growth assets, like Australian or international shares or property, there is going to be a bit more fluctuation in the short term than you would expect with defensive assets, like cash or bonds.  But there could also be the reward of higher returns in the medium to long term.

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