We have designed Spaceship Voyager for the next generation of newcomers and experts alike.
It's easy to use and makes learning about investing fun.
With Spaceship Voyager, you can choose our low-cost market index fund, the Spaceship Index Portfolio, or choose our Spaceship Universe Portfolio, which is carefully selected by our investment team.
Spaceship Index Portfolio and Spaceship Universe Portfolio invests directly in the companies that make up each fund. It does not invest via exchange traded funds (ETFs).
You don't beat the market, you own it.
Invest in some of Australia's and the world's largest companies (200 in total).
Let us select the companies of tomorrow.
Invest in 100 handpicked companies we believe meets our "Where the World is Going" criteria.
You don't need much to get started.
With Spaceship, you can invest by establishing a regular investment plan with an amount that fits your budget.
Based on a new return rate of 6% per year, an initial investment of $1,000 and a regular investment plan.
*Important:This calculator demonstrates the effect of compounding interest, based on an initial $1,000 deposit plus the selected investment plan. It helps to illustrate how regularly investing small amounts on a weekly basis and reinvesting returns can help you reach your financial goals over the medium to long term.You should read the assumptions on which these calculations are based.
This calculator is based on a model that assumes that your investment will earn 6% net returns after fees per year compounded weekly, with all returns reinvested. As it is a model, it is not a prediction and the results are only estimates.
A net returns rate of 6% per year has been applied as the MSCI World Index has returned on average 6.26% per year over the last 10 years ending 29 December 2017. This index measures the market performance of 1,653 large and mid-cap companies with a global presence and is often used to describe how the world’s share market is going.
Interest or returns will vary based on your investment strategy, as well as the asset class and specific product you've chosen and how the assets in that portfolio perform. The calculator is not intended to be your sole source of information. Before making a financial decision, you should consider obtaining advice from a professional financial adviser.
For more information on how compound interest works, refer to ASIC’s Money Smart for a helpful explainer.
Balance below $5,000
For your first $5,000 and for balances within it.
Balance above $5,000
per year in total fees for balances over $5,000. So, if you invested $10,000 for a year, all you’ll pay is $2.50.
per year in total fees for balances over $5,000. So, if you invested $10,000 for a year, all you'll pay is $5.00.