Volatility provides buying opportunities, as investors panic sell and then buy after the shares inch higher.
Investors were complacent leading up to last week due to low amounts of volatility experienced in the past two months.
The sell-off caught almost everyone by surprise. But this is a normal function of the market. Over the past 90 years, the S&P 500 has had a 5% decline around every 2... ››› more
Satrix RESI exchange traded fund (ETF) tracks the Johannesburg Stock Exchange's Capped Resources 10 Index. The ETF has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Satrix RESI ETF
Short name: SATRIXRES
Sector: JSE listed funds
Five top facts about Satrix RESI ETF
ETFs are passively managed funds that aim to track the performance of an underlyin... ››› more
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