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“How do I invest for passive income?” is a common request among savers. They are mostly people who don’t want to be trading shares all day, or watching the markets, but would much prefer the “slow and steady” approach to investing. That sounds dull but there’s...

Sometimes it seems that no sooner have investors worked out what one product is, than another comes along. But don’t despair: Active ETFs are an important recent innovation that most particularly allow Australian investors to get access to portfolios of carefully chosen investments at surprisingly...

Serious about earning a yield? If retail investors are serious about earning a yield they can hope to live on, one logical option is to look to the ETF (exchange traded fund) market where a number of ETFs have been specifically set up to maximise the...

One of the great misunderstandings among retail and Self Managed Super investors is the belief that infrastructure stocks and property trusts are always good assets to hold if you are seeking a secure income stream. Sometimes, these stocks are even referred to as “bond proxies”, suggesting...

One of the biggest mistakes amateur investors make is to get more concerned with fees than with net returns. They are mesmerised by the prospect of saving money rather than growing their super pie. It’s true, as superannuation expert Jeremy Cooper memorably pointed out not long after...

Here at eInvest, we like active exchange traded managed funds (ETFs). It’s our business. Our vision is to provide all Australians greater access to investment options suitable for them to grow their wealth and we think that ETFs and active ETFs are a good way...

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Active ETFs (which can also be referred to as Exchange Traded Managed Funds (ETMFs)) are open ended investment funds that are quoted and tradeable on the stock exchange. ETFs provide investors exposure to a certain index (ASX 300, S&P 500...