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Your super is one of the largest sums of money you'll ever have to manage. How you choose to invest it now can make a real difference to your retirement in the future.
When you first join REST Super or REST Corporate, your super will automatically be invested in the MySuper investment option, Core Strategy, unless you tell us otherwise.
Achieve a balance of risk and return by investing in both growth assets and defensive assets.
REST's Structured Options are invested across a mix of different asset classes to match different member needs. We determine an appropriate asset allocation to enable each option to achieve its investment objective. As a member you can choose either one or a mix of the five structured options below (Cash Plus, Capital Stable, Balanced, Diversified, High Growth).
Maintain the purchasing power of funds invested by earning above cash returns whilst minimising the risk of any capital loss.
Achieve a balance of risk and return by investing in approximately equal proportions of growth assets and defensive assets.
Provide a stable pattern of returns whilst maintaining a low probability of a negative return in any one year.
Achieve strong returns over the longer term by investing in a diversified mix of assets weighted towards shares and other growth assets.
Maximise returns over the long-term by investing predominantly in growth assets.
REST’s Member-tailored Options are ideal for members who want to build their own customised investment portfolio with a wide range of risk/return objectives. Choose from one or more of the following options: Basic Cash, Cash, Bond, Property, Shares, Australia Shares, Overseas Shares.
You can also pick from REST’s Structured Options and the Core Strategy.
Cash securities that have a maximum term to maturity of 3 months.
Cash securities that mature in 12 months or less.
Australian and overseas debt securities.
A mix of Australian and overseas shares.
Australian and overseas real estate assets.
A portfolio of listed Australian companies.
Invested in listed companies around the world.
# Past performance is not an indication of future performance