Buying gold is as easy as buying a gold ETF with one listed locally in Rands from Absa and a US one trading in US$ from State Street Global Advisors. Both have the code GLD.
Locally there are four ETFs covering the large S&P500 index. We dig into what the index is and the differences between the the four local ETFs including costs and dividends.
The CoreShares Preference Share ETF (PREFTX) is delisting at the end of May. What are the alternatives and options?
Currently trading at all-time highs this Euro focused ETF from Sygnia has the fifty largest European listed stocks with France and Germany making up over half of the companies included while tech is only 14%.
This ETF covers the Fini15 index (STXFIN) and includes; banks, insurance companies and a few listed property stocks and it’s had a winning 2022.
At the heart of all Exchange Traded Funds are businesses operating in their different fields. They make profit and so do we.
When checking two ETFs with the same shares some may have different prices. Gareth Stobie, CoreShares, explains why.
Investment fees are down some 95% in the last few decades and that has almost doubled the amount invested by individual.
Know your ETF fees, it is more than just the transaction fee and this week we detail others; TER, spread and inflation.
This ETF is great for investors who want exposure to commodities via resource miners. It is very cyclical but booms every so often.