I thinking of transferring my pension (Money Purchase Defined Contribution) into a sipp. I saw this example online of a sipp portfolio that is ideal for 15 years which is about right for me. It is not very detailed but shows the proportions of investment they think are suitable.
'This model SIPP portfolio has most of its money, 60%, in shares, with 10% in property and 15% in fixed interest. It also has 15% in cash. I don’t think cash is going to be a good investment on a 15-year view, and it’s not intended that the cash should stay there for 15 years.'
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Is this a good SIPP portfolio.
asked by new investor posted 3 Years ago at 11:58
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peter Inlock answered 3 Years ago at 12:09, last modified: 2 Years ago at 14:56It sounds sensible in terms of proportioning your asset classes. Within the next 5 yrs there is going to be some great opportunities around the world in some booming economy, India, Brazil are ones to keep an eye on - so I believe it make sense to keep some cash available.
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