One of the many benefits of ETFs for investors is their tradability. Unlike traditional funds, ETFs can be bought and sold at any time through the Australian Securities Exchange just like an ordinary share. But since ETFs trade like shares, investors may mistakenly attempt to evaluate their liquidity in the same way they might for shares. This gives rise to one of the most common misunderstandings about ETFs, namely, that an ETF’s ‘on-screen’ volume equates to ETF liquidity. For most ETFs, nothing could be further from the truth!
We’ve all heard that old clichéd saying ‘the early bird catches the worm’ – so how can being the early bird help you to increase your super savings?
When should you start investing? The sooner the better.
When you first start working and investing for the future, you have the benefit of time on your side. In fact, time is probably your most valuable asset.