I'm still new at investing.
I would like to get rid of my cash and bonds in my superannuation.
Attached is a screenshot.
Cash is easy to see.
Are bonds allocated as fixed income?
What else can I change to keep this high growth?
Any other tips?
Newbie here. Started investing in ASX via Commsec in early 2020, with a view to early retirement.
If I want to rebalance, and this involves trimming a position / selling some stock to buy another, would this incur capital gains tax if the cash doesn't leave my brokerage account?
Am I better...
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For instance: 60% international...
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