The annual Investment Forum that Magnus Heystek recently reported on had some of South Africa's top investment brains punting offshore investments. And global equity funds are showing impressive gains this year, making offshore investments a great way to see a profit. Luckily, you can take advantage by investing in just one ETN today!
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“Francois, I've been approached to invest in XXX. I've been told I can get a guaranteed return of 50% every 75 days. Should I invest in this great opportunity?”
I've received mails like these a thousand times.
Investment opportunities like this simply sound too good to be true.
And they usually are…
For instance, a few years back I warned a family member against the Sharemax pyra... ››› more
“The ratings of global mining companies could be adversely affected as competition for limited water resources between mines and people intensifies,” said Moody's Investors Service last week. While this might be bad news for investors in the mining sector, it's great news if you invest in water. Here's why… “Water scarcity is already changing the mining landscape as environmental legislati... ››› more
“The National Development Plan (NDP) will put the country on a clear growth path, President Jacob Zuma said in his State of the Nation address last week. The focus: Job creation, education, health, crime and rural development. That's great news for investors looking to invest in South Africa. After all, investing in companies that are helping government make its plans a reality is a great way to... ››› more
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