Asked by Anonymous
If you are comfortable with a higher risk appetite, managing an options portfolio will be the way to go. Not too difficult to get a potentially 30%pa returns onwards. You may need to find a mentor to teach you this though but it's a skill set you can use for life.
Reduce the bonds you have and go more aggresive with stocks. Invest overseas stocks like US or ETFs that are ireland domiciled that can be bought from london stock exchange. Stock picking is another alternative like value or growth stock pick.
You're currently growing at 6% but want to start hitting 10%?
Get more aggressive, stay away from the generic index, and dip your hands into smaller cap stocks, emerging markets, maybe even high yield bonds.
Well you can simply invest in assets which take more risk. It's literally that simple and I'm good at constructing such portfolios.
The problem would be whether you have the emotional strength and time horizon to stomach it. Some people don't. Maybe you will.
We can talk about it if you'd like. But don't aim to lose small. Aim to win big.