Since their launch in South Africa, the number of exchange traded funds (ETFs) has steadily grown.
One sector of ETFs showing sharp growth is ‘smart beta' funds.
So what are smart beta funds? And should you consider investing in them?
Let's take a closer look…
What are ‘smart beta’ funds?
The aim of smart beta funds is to combine the benefits of passive and active investi... ››› more
Today I'm going to share with you the greatest investment secret in the history of mankind.
This is the only investment that you ever need to make if you want to retire rich.
And to top it all off… It's also the cheapest financial investment that money can buy!
History doesn’t lie, shares rule them all
Historically, the best investments with the greatest returns are shares. Shar... ››› more
Investing on the stock market may be something that you want to do. But if you don't have the time to research and pick individual stocks, you might be wondering what the best option for you is.
The good news is, there's an easy way to build a well-rounded portfolio in a simple way. It doesn't require picking individual stocks. And it doesn't require continual monitoring.
So how can you easi... ››› more
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