Common mistakes that expatriates
make - and how to avoid them
Part 3: Diversifying your
Baruch Labinsky MBA, TEP
Licensed by the Israel Securities Authority
Financial Planner/Investment Manager
Your portfolio must have a % of your assets
tied to the local currency.
Consistently rebalance your portfolio.
Rather than predicting the impossible future,
work out your goals and ensure you portfolio
Currency markets are among the most
volatile. Don’t depend on those markets plan so that your needs are taken into
Israeli real estate market has shown
cumulative growth of over 80% over past 67 years.
No-one can guarantee direction of property
Ensure that you can - and will be able to
continue to - afford to buy your home to live
Rent, value of property and average wage
should grow in parallel. Value of property
has sky rocketed over past few years.
Very low interest rates encourage people to
invest in real estate.
Real estate is much cheaper in periphery. If
buying for an investment, find an area
where prices are less inflated to ensure
greater growth potential.
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