Hi Team, Looking for some advice around what to do regarding the following investment strategy I’m looking to embark on with my brothers. We will look to set up a trust for asset protection but will look to engage a specialist lawyer for that side of it. Investment strategy All 3 of us are aged 30-34 years old and ideally would be investing for 10 years plus before drawing any income (I realise trust earnings must be distributed, so this might be difficult). Initial investment: 1 million cash (currently planning on purchasing shares, ETF's and LIC's) 1 x business property (450k - no mortgage) 1 x residential property (1.1 million - no mortgage) We would be looking to invest the cash into shares with a long term approach. Mostly looking at a mix of LICs, ETF’s and individual company shares. The majority being dividend producing but also incorporating some growth assets. The business premises is tenanted by our own company where two of us hold director roles. After expenses, the weekly rent would be used for further share purchases. Specifically regarding the residential property being mortgage free, we were looking into a debt recycling strategy to inject further capital into the market. Something around 50% of market value (550k) so the rent received would easily service the loan. Advice/suggestions on this would be appreciated.