We explain several ways to start investing in shares, through your employer, an RA or Unit Trust provider, an independent financial advisor, a stock broker or even a robo adviser. Go for the option most comfortable to you right now, because time is the most important ingredient in investing.
There’s an old saying, “When we don’t know any better, we do our best. When we know better, we do better”.
While ETFs started out as broad-market products weighted by capitalisation, local ETF issuers have also ventured into more complex index methodologies to offer something for every taste. Here we explain more about these ETFs so you can decide if they have a place in your portfolio.