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Four Investment Strategies to Grow Wealth (Infographic)

26 January 2015 in Investing Insights

There’s no better time than now to start saving for the future. Retirement is becoming longer and more expensive with many costs likely to come out of your own pocket. Here are four investment strategies to get you on the right path and give yourself an edge toward meeting your retirement goals.


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4 tips to grow wealth

Four Investment Strategies to Grow Wealth – an infographic by the team at Motif Investing.

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  1. 27 Jan at 6:52 pm

    GREAT ad, the graphics compelled me to read the content!


  2. David Andrews
    27 Jan at 7:19 pm

    As a 71 yr. old satisfied customer of Motif, I applaud this message

    to the younger generation. When it comes to investing, time is

    is something we all have. Using that time wisely along with the investment

    advice/platform you offer is a winning combination.

  3. neminem
    27 Jan at 7:59 pm

    Dang, where are you getting annual 2.7% return from all cash? I want my cash *there*… Also luls, an almost-5000 square ft house for 440k, not around here.

  4. Dave
    28 Jan at 4:40 am

    To support your customers to adhere to your small amounts and low fee advice why not make scheduled deposits and no commission additions to motifs an option? Also for advantageous tax reasons why not be able to adjust the balance and add more funds at the same time so one doesn’t have to sell short term gains but can simply achieve a new balance with the additional of new purchases? Love the product, look forward to its development.

    • Nick Bear
      28 Jan at 3:31 pm

      Hi Dave. We appreciate the feedback. The quick answer is, these features are not built into our product at the current time, but they should be. We understand the demand for these and others and will be working hard this year to roll out new functionality to our customers. Excited to share as new features are ready!


      Nick Bear

  5. 3 Feb at 9:05 am

    Loved the infographics! Very nicely explained. These are very basic investment strategies but have magic of wealth creation.

  6. Jacob
    4 Feb at 5:57 pm

    One percent difference compounded over decades really can make a huge difference! Fees are a killer!

  7. william willes
    26 Feb at 9:13 pm

    Although fees can make a difference performance over time is the real deal. Having an experienced investment adviser can not only put you on the right path but it can also save you from making very expensive mistakes. If you have the time, patience and work ethic to make all investment decisions than DIY makes sense. Everyone owns a lawn mower but many people choose to pay someone else to cut the lawn. If you buy traditional mutual funds you pay the same regardless of whether you do it yourself or hire an adviser to help you make decisions. I would also point out that many investment products available are only offered by advisers so doing it yourself eliminates your exposure to investments which might enhance your return. Knowing how to invest your money IMHO is far more important than any savings you might accrue from avoiding a 1-1 1/2 % fee.

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  9. Patrick Chism
    23 Mar at 4:44 pm

    I love seeing a good infographic. It was informative and easy to consume. My compliments to your team.

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  11. Gary Weigh & Associates Pty Ltd
    15 Jul at 12:08 am

    Nice infographics! I really like the second point of this infographic which is “Start Saving Early”. Saving is the easiest (and risk-free!) method to a better and secure retirement. Investments are a bonus and together with a great financial adviser, you will be on your way to a great retirement.