Video: OUTvest ONEfee, a 0.2% RA

Simon BrownWebinar and Video

OUTvest introduce their ONEfee retirement annuity (RA) product that offers a flat R4,500 annual all-in fee or 0.2% when the RA is worth more than R2.25million. In this video Grant Locke from OUTvest introduces the new offering that is expected to shake up the retirement industry. Download the presentation OUTvest -ONEfee Launch Presentation Final. Transfer ...
JSE Direct with Simon Brown

Podcast: It’s not ok to just be your best

Simon BrownJSE Direct, Latest

Simon Shares Woolies* (JSE code: WHL) update is same old same old. Local food doing great, fashion okay and Australia still under pressure with the refurbishments due to end March 2020. Brait (JSE code: BAT) announces a large recapitalisation with a cR5.5billion rights issue at a 27% discount to the share price and about 60% ...
Definitive Guide to Investment Costs

Video: Definitive Guide to Investment Costs

Simon BrownJSE Power Hour, Learn Investing, Video Invest, Webinar and Video

The Definitive Guide to Investment Costs We have to pay fees when investing, that’s unavoidable. But how much we pay is important as it impacts out long-term returns and knowing what they really are all about is equally important. Over the last two decades the war against fees has been a huge success. Back in ...
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ETF: Total return ETFs explained

Kristia van HeerdenETF Blog, Latest

Note: New legislation regarding the availability of total return ETFs is expected in the first half of 2023 In this week’s Fat Wallet Show, we talk about the tax implications of investing in a total return ETF. In this article we’ll flesh out the discussion. We’ll explain what a total return ETF is, who might ...
The Fat Wallet Show with Kristia van Heerden

Podcast: Figuring out investment fees

Kristia van HeerdenLatest, The Fat Wallet

A few weeks ago I attended a 10X event in Johannesburg. Being a low-cost retirement annuity (RA)  provider, obviously much of the discussion centred around fees. Steven Nathan, who runs 10X, did an analysis of a statement sent by an old-school retirement product provider. He used the real example to illustrate how impossible it can ...
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ETF: Are cheaper ETFs better?

Kristia van HeerdenETF Blog, Latest

The local ETF market continues to expand. Greater competition in the space achieved what greater competition always achieves - lower prices. We’ll never complain about low investment costs, but having so many similar ETFs to choose from is causing some anxiety. If two index-trackers track the same index, the one with a lower TER will ...