On the back of the below thread...which had some brilliant input from likes of @SatayKing @oracle @TAJ @Nodrog and other..thread. The below thread was primarily for growing a passive income outside of Super as you can only access this at 60. The discussion has been brilliant hopefully we have the same discussion here. Note that this is not advice just a discussion to be a more informed investor. Ideal Passive Income Portfolio for Retirement - advice from forum experts The purpose of this thread is to how to grow your super if you don't want to SMSF but want to do the get good growth, topics covered include: 1. Using Super funds to emulate SMSF - such as Australian Super where you can buy select shares and ETFs 2. Discuss Funds which have performed over the longer term and can be set and forget. 3. Other opportunities to turbo charge your super. 4. What are some of the Best Master/Umbrella funds with the lowest fees to run these set and forget investments through? My portfolio currently consists of an AMP unbrella fund and Australia Super: 1. AMP - I have put all my fund into the Perpetual Industrial Fund. Considering diversifying to Platinum International Fund. What are people thoughts on other longer terms funds which offer growth and can be set and leave? 2. Australian Super - using this like a pseudo SMSF thought I do use their Diversified and High Growth Fund. Also bought bank, retail, and insurance shares. Thinking buying ETFs Your thoughts and discussions on this would be appreciated. I am quite lazy so want to put into a set and forget investment which will grow over the longer term. Would also like people's opinions of Master funds like Australian Super, AMP Custome Super, CBA Fund, etc.