118. Income vs Capital Growth Assets
Welcome back to another episode of the 360 Money Matters Podcast!
In this episode, we discuss the difference between income and capital growth assets. We explain that capital growth refers to the increase in the value of an asset over time, while income is usually received in the form of dividends or rent. We also mention that these principles apply to other asset classes such as managed funds or shares. Additionally, we emphasize that there is no one-size-fits-all approach and that different investment strategies are appropriate at different times depending on individual goals and life stages.
Furthermore, we also discuss franking credits associated with dividend income from shares and how they can be advantageous for investors. We explore the concept of being “asset rich, cash poor,” where individuals have significant assets but limited cash flow due to low rental yields or living expenses exceeding income generated by assets. Lastly, we delve into strategies for repositioning assets or investing in capital growth assets to address this issue.
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Difference between capital growth and income in asset
Understanding different types of asset
How to structure investment portfolios
Franking credits are and how they can influence investment decisions
Importance of timing in investments
Balancing capital growth and income
Implications of market conditions and retirement on investments
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