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The stock market is undergoing a “Great Reset” as the JSE falls to levels last see... ››› more
Satrix 40 exchange traded fund (ETF) tracks the Johannesburg Stock Exchange's Top 40 Index. The ETF has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Satrix 40 ETF
Short name: SATRIX40
Sector: JSE listed funds
Five top facts about Satrix 40 ETF
ETFs are passively managed funds. They aim to track the performance of an underlying index. ETFs are li... ››› more
A friend of mine, Isaac, decided that in addition to investing in individual shares he also wanted to save a monthly amount into an ETF. It's a hassle free way to save for the long run with lower risk than a share picking portfolio.
So Isaac contacted his bank and asked his financial advisor which ETFs would be suitable to invest a monthly sum into. His advisor actually gave him a sensible comb... ››› more
Keeping an eye on the stock market every day to watch the movements of companies you want to invest in is a great investment strategy. But this comes with risk. After all, share prices rise and fall daily. If you don't have the stomach for this risk, there's an easy way to take advantage of stock market success. In fact, you can even use it to profit from all the top performing companies in one mo... ››› more
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