We invest our money because we want it to grow or give us an income. But depending on what you invest in, there are different types of investment returns.
Category - Investing
Investors in cash have had better real returns in the last two years than any time since the end of the credit crisis fallout in 2010.
If you’re looking to earn 13% per annum, a cow could be a great investment.
The results of the latest Collective Investment Schemes Quarterly Performance Survey emphasise that passive ETFs continue to come out as the top South African investment product performers over many time periods.
Allan Gray’s Ray Mhere explains how a unit trust is priced and what it means for you as an investor.
It is not often I get really excited about a new investment opportunity, but I have to confess that I really like the Fedgroup Impact Farming concept.
A bruising 2018 on stock markets has unlocked some excellent buying opportunities. Here are three ideas for shares to add to your portfolio this year.
If you’re looking for a globally diversified, low-cost passive investment, why not be socially responsible at the same time and help save the planet?
The Extraordinary Life platform is one of the first end-to-end digital journeys in the South African market that enables a customer to receive investment recommendations, detail on the tax savings and returns, apply, invest and see their...
The South African overall equity market has shed more than 20% from its highs at the beginning of the year in dollar terms, a similar-sized drop to the 'Nenegate' slump of 2015.
Many investors are concerned about the current global and local investment environment. So how do we go about building a solution that is essentially future proof?
South African investors are nervous ‒ and for good reason.
Investment experts have often sceptically dismissed cryptocurrencies as excessively volatile. Technologists have described them as revolutionary. Who is correct?
History repeatedly shows us that markets recover from bad periods and that investors who ride out the tough times tend to do much better than those who sell out of the market.