All-in-one guide to exchange traded funds
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.
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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.
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