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Are South Africans ready for tech-focused banking?Join us on the road to discovery with Discovery Bank CEO, Hylton Kallner. We pooled some questions from members in the Easy community and Discovery investors to get some insights from the head of the digital bank.Hylton gives us the lowdown on what makes Discovery competitive and efficient for clients, how the bank aligns with the rest of the Discovery business’ values and rewards, as well as the way the business is lead by innovation. We also delve into the EasyEquities partnership and what the two businesses look to accomplish together.So, if you want to know what Discovery Bank clients and Discovery investors have to look forward to, listen to this informative episode to be in the know. Listen through the episode to hear how Hylton answers some of our personal quickfire questions.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Our first ever market wrap-up segment features JD Breytenbach as he highlights the main talking points on the JSE as well as in international markets for July 2022. We invited the Senior Trader from Purple Group to share the hottest market news that kept the markets abuzz.This conversation touches on different topics such as Crypto, commodities, the different stocks and how they performed on the JSE and NYSE, and more!We also look at bigger picture events and factors to consider like the economic indicators that were affected by the Ukraine conflict, to understanding how US earnings season were received by global markets.JD shares which investments he’s keeping an eye on for the remainder of the year, dropping a few gems along the way for market enthusiasts to chew on for August. We also get a reminder from the Senior Trader about how to maintain perspective, and some of the tips and principles he lives by as a long-term investor. Click this episode to catch our first ever Easy market wrap-up!Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @JD_Breytenbach or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
We always talk about investment vehicles, but we want to change gears a bit and talk about another type of vehicle, which happens to be an expense many people struggle with. Cars!This is why we invited Reba S, a motor enthusiast and content creator who gives us the nitty gritty under the financial hood when it comes to vehicles and financing these machines. Reba gives us some unexpected advice and her unpopular opinions on buying and maintaining your car, as well as breaking down some of the popular misconceptions and mistakes people tend to make when it comes to vehicles.We go from balancing the pros and cons of buying pre-owned cars, to financing options available to buyers, as well as navigating balloon [bleeping] payments.If you’re a motorhead, did you know that you can buy shares in and invest in listed companies that are in the business of cars, via EasyEquities? From Transaction Capital (part owners of WeBuyCars) as well as Cartrack in South Africa, to Ford and Ferrari listed in America, you have many choices.For more insights from Reba, you can catch her doing her thing on Ignite, DSTV channel 189.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @_RebaS or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Not all parents can bank on making the next Elon Musk, but an independent child is a great place to start as a guardian. That is why we invited a supermom to give us tips around investing for your kids and raising them to be financially savvy.Vicky ‘Mommy Money’ Angelopoulos, is a passionate investor and a mother to daughters among many other things. We invited Vicky to the podcast to get to understand her history and why she is intentional about her role as a financial guide for her kids and other parents in SA.We talk about the shares she has bought for herself and for her kids, and we also get into some of the games she plays with her children to inculcate knowledge about the value of money.Listen to this episode to hear about the steps the ‘Mommy Money’ is taking when it comes to raising money savvy children. Here’s a hint at one of the gems: “Never tell them how bad you were at maths!”Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @mommy_moneyza tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
We chat to Thembi Kandanga, a Namibian personal finance enthusiast and financial planner, about cooking up a well-diversified portfolio with your investments.Thembi highlights the importance and benefits of adding variety in your investments.From limiting risks, to keeping your capital intact, and the rule of thumb to follow when it comes to diversifying your investments. Thembi also provides a few tips around how to actually go about building a diverse set of investments in your stock portfolio.Not only does Thembi talk about the benefits of diversification, she actually gets real about the possibility in having too much variety in your investments.Our conversation also takes on a short journey across the border into Namibian mindsets around investing and person finance.Whether you’re from Namibia, Mzansi, or anywhere in the world, make sure to check out this conversation with the wise Financial Wellness Consultant.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @secureherbag tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
In part 2 of our chat with Radio 702 and Cape Talk radio host, award-winning finance journalist and author, Bruce Whitfield, we cover a broad range of topics to keep you enthralled.From insights about the state of South Africa, politics, to the exclusive world of investing before the EasyEquities revolution.Bruce weaves together a tight narrative ranging from personal gems about life, success, and love; to giving us insights on successful South African businessmen and the decisions many of them made to get to where they needed to be.Hit play to hang out with us as we pick Bruce’s brain on a wide range of topics in business, finance, and personal success.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @brucebusiness tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Join our conversation with Bruce Whitfield, author, speaker, radio host at 702 and Cape Talk.We get personal with Bruce by picking the award-winning finance journalist’s brain to understand his relationship with investing as well as how his upbringing informed his career.Bruce takes us through his method of cutting through the noise, the resources he uses in staying up to date with the news, and he introduces us to his latest book – Genius: How To Take Smart Ideas Global.In a time when EasyEquities proceeds with its plans to grow the brand internationally, we wanted to get Bruce in studio to give entrepreneurs, investors an understanding behind expansive businesses.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @brucebusiness tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
If you didn’t know by now then here’s a declaration: EasyEquities is levelling up its operations to spread investment democratisation.This is why we’ve invited Purple Group and EasyEquities’ new Chief Risk Officer, Nicola Comninos, to the studio for a fireside chat with us.Nicola joined Team purple after 15 years at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), and gives us a new dimension through which to understand what ‘risk’ means (hint: it’s about both opportunities and threats).She highlights how she has come to appreciate Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), running a womens’ empowerment investment club, and her view on Cryptocurrencies.Tune into this episode to understand EasyEquities’ transition from being a startup to a scaled up international force making democratised investing a global movement.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @NicolaComninos tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Tune into this episode to hear Purple Group's new Chief Operating Officer (COO), Rish Tandapany, as he outlines the company’s expansion into Asia.Rish underlines the reason why property is a big investment class in the Asian continent, tapping into cultural gears to unlock the continent’s appetite in investing, the trend of sustainable investing and a whole lot more.Listen to this episode to get gems from the well-travelled new addition to the Purple Group team as he outlines his plan to conquer the Asia market under the Easy banner.We start this episode with Rish’s poor personal tastes in football before ending on his personal experiences in finances (the good, the bad, the ugly).If you’re like us and are excited about  EasyEquities’ international shares, open your account today to take your investments offshore!Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @RTandapanyor tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Join us in welcoming Rish Tandapany, Purple Group's new Chief Operating Officer (COO) originally from Singapore looking to further expand Easy’s reach to international shores. This episode is important for investors in Purple Group shares (EasyEquities’ parent company) keeping an eye on the company’s expansion plans, as well as for people interested in career nuggets from the legends making waves in their industries.We talk about making finance fun, to the way Rish diversifies his own personal portfolio across asset classes and countries, as well as the future of FinTech and Crypto in the wider financial ecosystem.Even though we love and are fans of Rish’s outlook on the future, which you can get an insight to in this episode, we hope you will too because he has nuggets of wisdom in this 18-minute conversation!Hit play on this episode for an intimate window into the folks and plans behind the EasyEquities business.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @RTandapanyor tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Feeling a bit lazy about digging into the stock markets but you know that you want to invest? You’re not alone at all.Allow us to introduce Thando Ndlovu to you. She is a financial freedom content creator based in Bali, Indonesia with aspirations to inspire communities and individuals alike.The international traveller takes us on a personal journey about her own experiences with investing as she kickstarted her own with a R50 voucher from EasyEquities and never looked back. We talk about how she’s following principles taking through the F.I.R.E (Financially Independent, Retired Early) route and growing her own financially-savvy community. But what does it mean to have a lazy investment strategy? Hit the play button for insights about what this exactly means. Trust us, it’s not what it sounds like, and is a legit principle built on the foundation of diversification.And if you like diversification like Thando does, make sure to check out exchange traded funds (ETFs) on EasyEquities, which can give your portfolio a taste of everything. Chill out and start investing today. Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @itsThandoNdlovu or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
‘Even if you start small, just start.’ Great tip from Moe-Knows to our community.Most know the Canada-based investment consultant and co-founder of Magic Markets as Moe Knows, but he also goes by Mohammed Nalla. He joined us for this episode to chat about taking a more cautious approach to investing (his personal style), and how his first ever purchase in the markets was a Unit Trust.This episode is all about experimenting and strategising your own investment approach, as well as building research technique that suits your own objectives. We also take a peek into Moe’s own pot as he breaks down some of the choices he has made with his portfolio. Check out this episode by pressing play as we kick-off the insights with a game of ‘Never Have I Ever’ (this time without the drinks and more stories about the stock markets).Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @MohammedNalla or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Millennials and Gen Z’ers are looking to take global warming and socioeconomic challenges head on by making ESG an essential factor in the way businesses, markets, and economies are run.So, what is ESG?These three letters stand for (E)nvironmental, (S)ocial, (G)overnance and they represent the non-financial factors that investors and market watchers consider when evaluating a business’ ethical and social practices.To expand on this framework, and to breakdown why ESG is so important to the new age investor, is Colletta Simungu – an ESG consultant.Colletta shines a light on the bigger picture as it relates to ESG and conscious living, the role these play in the wider corporate ecosystem on a global scale, and how investors can identify these three factors when putting a company under the microscope.As sustainability and social change gain global momentum, we want to understand how ESG affects businesses and why corporations are marching to the beat of the next generation’s drums.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Something crazy happened in this episode: young people actually dropped some knowledge on us for this Youth Day special on investing. Youngsters are evolving and we love it!We’d like to introduce 19-year-old twins, Connor and Justin Stubbs, who are owning the markets while also educating their peers on investing and finance.The twins highlight how they navigated around the complicated jargon and terminology that is saturated in the finance industry, as well as sharing some of their personal lows and highs as investors with a particular love for crypto.We also get into the minds of teenagers to understand their personal strategies and investment goals. Their long-term goals shine a light on why they’re keeping their eyes on Berkshire-Hathaway and Compass Pathways. Listen to this episode to check out their insights on these shares and more!If you’re a minor or know of any minors that would love to invest, make sure to head on over to this page to be like Warren Buffett and the Stubbs twins by investing early. The kids will be alright.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @YoungInvestor03 @GenZInvestor4 or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Youth Month isn’t a time of the year that is typically associated with gift-giving. But, we’re going to make the case for it being a time to think about one of the best types of presents any parent/guardian can give their child.Investing for your children and setting them up for a shot at financial freedom starts with the simple step of opening an account in their name. Thereafter, everything is in your hands as a guardian.That is why we brought Veronique, aka ‘V’, from the Easy HQ to talk to us about how to open up a Minor Account on the EasyEquities platform.Listen to this episode for a guide on how to get started. We cover the application process which includes attaching the necessary documents to send to the EasyEquities admin team. We’ve got the entire process covered in this episode, as well as the tips and tricks to get around some of the tricky bits that involve minors’ financial admin.If you’d like to get started, make sure to check out this page to kickstart your youngsters’ accounts.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @_Veronique_L or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Tune into the second part of our conversation with Nilan Morar, VP of Trading at EasyEquities and Easy’s sister company GT247. We pick up the conversation from busting six misconceptions that tend to be pervasive when it comes to trading and investing. We were curious to get the thoughts of a stock market legend on what he thinks about savings and what you need to think about in terms of trading.Get insights on how Nilan gets his own kids to understand the importance of saving and investing, to why it’s essential to ‘just start’ your own journey in financial independence, and why exchange traded funds (ETFs) are a great place to start investing.Whether you want to trade, make sure to check out GT247, and if you are an investor at heart then you know what to do by heading on over to EasyEquities.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @NilanGTPB or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
We love the stock markets, in all its shades and forms. But we want to untangle peoples’ understanding of saving, trading, and investing on the stock markets. This is why we’ve hit up a legend in the trading room floor at Purple Group, Nilan Morar.Nilan is the VP of Trading at EasyEquities, and he joins us in studio to cast his brush over the stock market canvas with all of his experience.We talk through the differences in the time-horizons between these three types of market activities, the pros and cons between saving, trading and investing, as well as what this ‘gearing’ is that we often hear about in the trading world.Hit the play button as we crush six misconceptions about trading and investing and share the nuggets of valuable insight from a veteran of the markets.If you are a trader at heart then make sure to check out GT247, and if you are a long-term investor then make sure to check out EasyEquities.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @NilanGTPB or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
In the second part of our conversation with podcaster and former investment banker still haunting the stock markets, the Finance Ghost, we lift the sheet to get a sneak peek at his own portfolio.While the Ghost is a major petrolhead, we gain insights on how he finds value in the stocks he has invested, and we even get honest feedback on some of his misses when investing. Both beginner and more seasoned investors will appreciate some of the fundamental metrics that the Ghost uses when choosing stocks.Listen to this episode for insights on what The Ghost foresees on the horizon for 2022 and beyond, from markets affected by supply-chain constraints, chip manufacturing to property-linked assets. Make sure to hear about what publications the Finance Ghost contributes to. We love his work, and we hope you do to!And if you’re feeling inspired to get started with your own investments, check out EasyEquities today.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @FinanceGhost or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
Halloween came early as we invited the not-so-spooky Finance Ghost to our studio to chat about one of the scarier facets of life for too many South Africans: investing.The Cape Town-based podcaster and former investment banker gives us a sneak-peek behind his anonymity to share his personal finance story and how he created the notorious Finance Ghost persona whose insights and financially-savvy humour we love reading in his weekly newsletter.Check out this episode to hear about how the Finance Ghost missed out on opportunities in the 2020 financial crash, some of his riskier gambles, and his overall investment strategy in cooking up a delicious portfolio.This is an episode that other content creators with a passion for finance will love!Hit that play button to tune into part one of this insightful and engaging conversation with the finance world’s favourite spook.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @FinanceGhost or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
The second-half of the head-to-head between the Magic Markets duo heats up as we pit them against each other to choose their favourite U.S-listed stocks.The Finance Ghost and Moe-Knows enchant our host, DJ @ Large, in part two of our insightful chat with the pair as they share their respective approaches to research, as well as how they cut through the noise to find relevant info or content in U.S investments and markets. Even though this episode was recorded on 14 April 2022, which means some of the price levels and market conditions in the conversation have since changed, the pair dropped steadfast and invaluable knowledge on us. From companies that are evolving to play in the realm of digital currencies, to tech and players in data, we had the Ghost and Moe explaining their decisions behind some of the stocks they’re interested in – eradicating the illusion about the markets being difficult to navigate through. Did you know that ‘Active Exchange Traded Funds’ are a growing trend in the markets? These are ETFs that are more responsive and actively managed by fund managers. Find out why Ghost is a massive fan of these types of investments and why Moe is a fan of property-themed ETFs by hitting the play button on this episode for a super insightful convo between these two brilliant market watchers. If you keen to get your money abroad check out the international companies you can invest in via EasyEquities USD, today.Share the love with us on social media by letting us know what you think of the episode by tweeting @EasyEquities @FinanceGhost @MohammedNalla or tagging us on the gram.To sign up to EasyEquities: http://bit.ly/2EtcE85DISCLAIMER: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaustive nor prescriptive. The views expressed by the contributor are his or her own (as an independently registered financial services provider, financial adviser or other independent capacity), and not necessarily endorsed by EasyEquities (as a separate financial services provider).
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