Investing With Purpose
Mirae Asset Wealth Management
That’s where we come in. A successful plan to Invest With Purpose is designed to provide confidence for investors regardless of where they are in life.
Find out about how investing with purpose can help you accomplish your goals.
Many investors do not have a disciplined approach to investing. They often just have a general goal for the sum of all their investment accounts, which is to grow larger and/or generate income. They aren’t really sure about their portfolio, or if their investments are doing the best job for them.
Find out about problems with your portfolio, like hidden fees, duplication or too many transactions.
Without a real plan and risk protections in place, you may not know if you’re on track to meet your goals, understand whether your investments are in line with your risk appetite, or be disappointed if your investments don’t perform the way you expected.
Each person has a different appetite or tolerance for risk. Find out what yours is.
Many people are just saving a big lump sum amount for retirement, even though they may need some of their money at different times for different life purposes. We’ll help you allocate your money into different buckets to help you to meet specific goals or achieve financial milestones, while other buckets continue to grow for more long-term objectives like retirement.
Grouping and organizing funds into buckets allows you to accomplish multiple goals.
When you climb a mountain, you cannot just focus on getting to the top. You need to carefully plan for stops along the way, allocating resources for each stage of the journey. You don’t want to run out of food, or water, or overestimate your strength for the hazardous descent back down due to poor planning.
Find out how to create your route to success.
Like heading up a mountain, while accumulating wealth for retirement you’re funding life milestones, like getting married, buying a home, having children and putting them through college, etc. When you retire, you begin the treacherous and lengthy journey down—the lifetime distribution of your wealth.
How much money will you need to retire? Will you run out of money in retirement?