The principle of investment diversification is that your funds aren’t allocated to a single investment market or asset class but are spread across different ones. This reduces your risk on the basis that different investment types perform differently relative to each other over time, and because some are inherently more conservative or defensive (cash, fixed interest) than others such as growth assets like shares and property. The principal ways you can diversify your investments include:
Fiducian offers a suite of managed funds which provide investors a choice of diversified, sector and specialist funds. Each of the funds is managed by Fiducian’s Manage the Manager System. The Fiducian Manage the Manager System is based on the principle that several carefully selected investment managers can, over any reasonable period, produce a better result, more consistently and with lower volatility, than a single manager. Multi-manager funds bring some of the best managers from Australia and around the world together in one fund to manage your money. The philosophy of multi-manager funds is that careful diversification is essential to an effective investment strategy. Using different fund managers as well as different asset classes provides an additional layer of diversification because different managers are unlikely to perform equally in all market conditions.