- Aug 22, 2006
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I think it's for passive ETF's only as it stands. AG orbis is not an ETF.If it's rand-denominated and locally listed. So Sygnia's ETFs would count.
Allan Gray is a firm which stands to benefit from this, because they have the AG-Orbis Global Equity Fund (rand-denominated international exposure, like Sygnia's ETFs), which previously was over-subscribed and they weren't accepting new investors. It's now likely that they'll be able to open up to more people, if I understand correctly.
I hold it on my Investec portfolio as opposed to ETF5IT I hold in my TFSA.Any thoughts on SYG4IR?
My TFSA:Just moved my TFSA to EE and wondering which of the following above ETF to invest. Maybe a combination of them?
At the moment my TFSA is 100% STXWDM. Waiting on EE to clear the funds transferred.My TFSA:
I have a very small amount of STXEMG in there but I was just playing around with dividend payouts. Anyway, the above two have made decent returns for me.
Any thoughts on SYG4IR? Slightly higher TOC over the SP500 & Nasdaq 100,
Just moved my TFSA to EE and wondering which of the following above ETF to invest. Maybe a combination of them?
What I've learnt from dabbling in crypto is to spread your purchases over a period of timeCan anyone here make sense of the EasyCredits stuff and how to make sure you don't buy something and lose straight away?
Bought shares in an ETF this morning, insta R2500 loss. And I used EasyCredits hoping to avoid that.
Bloody frustrating I tell you.
You can see what your yearly limits are somewhere on the platform. Just don't go over this amount in a year. I think it's set at sign up depending on what you choose as your employment.I got a SOFV for a 2nd time in as many years. At what point is this a bad thing?