Income from investments is important not only for retirees; it’s also a powerful tool to build wealth over time for those still working. With low yields on cash and traditional “safe haven” bonds, investors may need to cast a wider net to generate income.
"So what do I do with my money?"
While many investments generate income, the key is to determine which are suitable for your portfolio and your risk tolerance. Consider opportunities in asset classes such as high yield bonds, dividend-paying equities, corporate debt or emerging market sovereigns. Or take a look at multi-asset funds which do the hard work for you, by investing across asset classes, geographies and sectors for the best opportunities worldwide.
- Investment involves risk. Past performance is not indicative of future results. For details of the funds, their related fees, charges and risk factors, please refer to respective funds’ prospectuses.
- The funds may use derivatives to hedge market and currency risk and for efficient portfolio management. However, derivatives will not be extensively or primarily used for investment purposes. In an adverse situation, the funds may suffer significant losses from their derivatives usage for hedging and efficient portfolio management.
- Investors should not base on this marketing material alone to make investment decisions.