Best answer: What shares does Barefoot recommend?

The Barefoot Investor recommends 20% portfolio exposure to global bluechip shares to spread your investment risk out of Australia and diversify into some of the worlds biggest companies like Microsoft, Apple, amazon and Nestle.

What does the Barefoot Investor say about shares?

The Barefoot Investor’s top tip for 2021

The share market is not a safe place to hold your money in the next five years. However, it’s arguably the safest place to invest your money over decades, as it will outrun inflation.

What ETF does Barefoot Investor recommend?

The best alternative is to invest in an S&P 500 ETF such as iShares’ IVV which would still represent around 80% of the U.S total stock market.

Is AFIC a good long term investment?

Verdict: AFIC is a great listed investment company with a long term focus of increasing dividends to its shareholders and makes it an attractive income source for early retirement.

Do ETFS pay dividends?

Here we road test the best Australian dividend ETFs and global dividend ETFs listed on the ASX.

Best Australian high dividend ETFs.

1 Year Total Return 41.13%
3 Year Total Return (P.A.) 5.32%
5 Year Total Return (P.A.) 6.70%
Dividend Yield 4.28%
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How much should you have in your Mojo account?

How much should you have in your Mojo Account? It is generally recommended that an emergency fund be able to cover 3 months of living expenses, though Suze Orman of Financial Solutions for You suggests 8 months.

What bank does the barefoot investor use?

ING Bank. I’ve been a personal customer of ING bank for over 5 years now, and to be honest, I couldn’t ask for a better bank. I use it conservatively (no credit cards for Captain FI just yet!) with just a couple of Orange Everyday accounts for my ‘barefoot buckets’ and a Savings maximiser for my emergency fund.

What dividend does AFIC pay?

Dividend history

Date Paid Dividend (Cents) Franking Level (%)
25 February 2019 18 100
31 August 2018 14 100
23 February 2018 10 100
30 August 2017 14 100

What is the best index fund to invest in Australia?

Top 10 Vanguard Australia Index Funds

  • Vanguard Index Fund Returns.
  • Vanguard Australian Shares Index Fund (ASX VAS)
  • Vanguard Australian Shares High Yield ETF (ASX VHY)
  • Vanguard Australian Property Securities Index Fund (ASX VAP)
  • Vanguard MSCI Index International Shares ETF (ASX VGS)
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