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How should I invest for growth over 30 years?

This investor wants to build up enough assets to retire in his early sixties
How should I invest for growth over 30 years?

This investor's very long term investment horizon means he needs to monitor and manage changes in equity markets

He should consider adding more exposure to overseas equities

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Adam 31
Description

Pensions, Isa and trading account invested in direct equity holdings and funds, workplace SAYE scheme, cash, residential property.

Objectives

Minimise income tax, retire in early 60s or sooner on £28,000 per year, pay off mortgage in next 25 years, invest more of cash holdings.

Portfolio type
Investing for goals

Adam is age 31 and earns £48,000 per year. He and his partner own a home worth about £340,000 with a mortgage of £270,000. He also owes student debt of £23,000.

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