The word “investing” might conjure up men in suits, big deals around boardroom tables and the exchange of millions of rands.
But today I'm here to tell you that investing is not just for the rich, it's not just for super smart financial gurus. And you don't have to be the Wolf of Wall Street to start investing.
Even if you have only a few rands to spare, you can start investing today.... ››› more
How much cash should you put into your account to start investing?
Does it even matter?
The amount of money you start out with could be of crucial importance - and if you miss this you could end up losing money from winning shares.
But this doesn't mean you need thousands of rand to start investing though…
Let me explain...
What you start out with will determine your succe... ››› more
The EasyEquities platform is the perfect way for you to start managing your own investment portfolio.
I've been using the platform to manage my investment portfolio since the beginning of the year and I must say it's quite fulfilling to see my money grow. I've been telling most of my friends and family about it.
The one question I've heard over and over again is, how am I supposed to know w... ››› more
Let's face it, investing has always been something for the richest 2%.
The minimum for opening share trading accounts at many stockbrokers is R10,000. Then there's the rule I've always stuck by, don't invest less than R5,000 in a single share…
That's all because of minimum brokerage costs. Whether you buy R50 or R5,000 of shares your transaction cost will amount to around R100. So only onc... ››› more
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