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Cost effective ways to hedge against the falling rand

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Nerina Visser, Strategist and Advisor at ETF SA, about cost-effective investment options to hedge yourself against a depreciating rand.

Scroll down to listen to the audio for more detail.

We are nowhere near the declines we saw in 2008.

Nerina Visser, ETFSA

In 1987 we had a fall of 22% in a day!

Nerina Visser, ETFSA

There are many ETFs that give you different exposure than the well-known Top-40 index. And choosing which ETF is an active decision.

Nerina Visser, ETFSA

An investor needs to understand their requirements and then invest according to their needs.

Nerina Visser, ETFSA

You must ask whether the costs are worth it or not. Make sure you get value for money.

Nerina Visser, ETFSA

The ETF SA platform is extremely attractive for a small investor.

Nerina Visser, ETFSA

For the long-term investor this market downturn is like a sale. You get more for your rand; you needn’t be concerned.

Nerina Visser, ETFSA

Visit Stockforfrocks.com on 12 September if all his went over your head.

Nerina Visser, ETFSA

This article first appeared on 702 : Cost effective ways to hedge against the falling rand


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