All-in-one guide to ex­change traded funds

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PERSONAL FINANCE -

If you are looking for a low-cost and easy way to in­vest, ex­change traded funds (ETFs) may be just the thing.

The range of as­set classes on of­fer is broad, and th­ese col­lec­tive in­vest­ments give you ac­cess to the JSE, off­shore eq­ui­ties, gold, prop­erty and bonds.

In fact, such has the pop­u­lar­ity of ETFs grown since the first one was launched in South Africa in 2000 that you now need a guide to the who, what, where and how to in­vest in them. Per­sonal Fi­nance mag­a­zine gives you just the guide you need, as ed­i­tor Bruce Cameron takes you step by step through the 10 things you should know about ETFs.

Vol­ume 42 of Per­sonal Fi­nance mag­a­zine (the first quar­ter 2010 is­sue) is on sale now for only R24, packed with es­sen­tial read­ing for any­one with an in­ter­est in manag­ing his or her money. In the lat­est is­sue, find out:

How to in­vest for both in­come and growth;

What’s the deal with fi­nan­cial plan­ners?;

The low­down on life as­sur­ance pre­mi­ums and smok­ing, in­clud­ing the use of elec­tronic cigarettes;

How the fixed-in­come mar­ket works ... and much more.

Per­sonal Fi­nance mag­a­zine is the only pub­li­ca­tion of its kind in South Africa ded­i­cated to giv­ing you all the in­for­ma­tion you need to man­age your money wisely and grow your wealth.

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