Investing in a ZAR-based feeder fund is a less complex way of investing offshore than going direct. We look at the pros and cons of each investment route.
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If you had R1 million right now and a five-year time horizon, what would you do with the money?
A decision to invest offshore should not be driven by fear but should rather form part of a diversified investment portfolio for the best risk-adjusted return.
In an environment of disappointing market returns, the best value is to be found by investing offshore in blue-chip multinationals that are market leaders in their industries.
South African investors are nervous ‒ and for good reason.
Online stockbroker EasyEquities will soon be offering South Africans the ability to invest in American stocks and shares via its platform.
The winds of change, including ageing world population, are causing red flags to flutter and require investors to diversify their approach.
Investing offshore is not about the rand or pessimism; it’s about sound financial planning.
If you have invested offshore, you may need a foreign will to deal with your foreign assets on your death.
By Tracy Muller, Head: Fiduciary at Nedbank Private Wealth Individuals are often driven to invest internationally for the wrong reasons, as emotions override financial acumen. They often only consider investing internationally when the rand starts depreciating against other currencies. But investing internationally should rather be a decision...