Hong Kong’s ETF funds may be in trouble. “At stake is an industry with over $250 billion in invested funds, with almost half of that in A-share ETF funds alone,” The South China Morning Post reports. Experts agree that the Hong Kong ETF market has, up until this point, been “a volatile love affair.” Some, however, are suggesting that there is a much-anticipated light at the end of the tunnel. Over the long-term, ETF securities may easily be a sound investment. Here are some tips for setting up a stable investment strategy:
Assess ALL Risk Factors — Including Personal Ones!
The best way to begin planning investments is to carefully and thoroughly assess risks. Some risks, financial experts continue, hold true for just about all investors. Investments will be affected in the event of federal economic growth, liquidation, and inflation, for example. Keep in mind that there are also risks involved on a personal level. People with different financial profiles — in other words, different retirement funds, cash flow, and other capital — will contend with different monetary risks.
Don’t Put All Of Your Eggs In One Basket
Diversification is always key. Top investors recommend choosing funds options and stocks with a variety of risks — and investing money that way. That way, if something should happen to one particular fund or in one particular facet of life, you can still rely on other, more secure investments.
Set Short-Term and Long-Term Goals
Finally, leading financial advisers recommend setting long-term and short-term goals. The first step is deciding what that means for you. The majority of investors choose long-term options that will be fairly reliable — and guarantee rewards and returns — if they leave them untouched for a while. Low-fee funds, ETF funds, and index stocks are best for these long-term goals, experts add.
Experts suggest that you don’t give up on ETF funds and their likely benefits — not yet. Carefully assess investments, and you’re likely to enjoy large returns in the long-run. Helpful research also found here: hk.morningstar.com