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Nkuna 1000

• Investment portfolio started in 2016 with 1000 South African Rands. 
• Buys diversified Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), or other products, that follow well-known indexes.
• Can buy up to five ETFs or products.
• Do-it-yourself buy and hold approach.
• Cash contributions are made anytime.
• Buying and selling is done anytime.


 


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Nkuna Food

• Investment portfolio started in 2016.
• Buys shares of food retailing companies.
• The idea is to own the companies that profit from our basic living expenses.
• As we spend, those companies give back to us through dividends and the share price (if it moves up).
• Uses company fundamentals for buying and selling shares. If criteria are not met, Exchange Traded Funds or other products are bought instead. 
• Do-it-yourself buy and hold approach.
• Cash contributions are made anytime.
• Over time, the cash contributions should match 40% of the increasing food spend.
Buying and selling is done anytime.

 

 


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R 89 852,37

our food expenditure, up to the last few months

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I’m Vonks

Look, I’m no expert

nor do I want to be. I just enjoy staying well informed.
I like to think of myself as an investor, albeit small time.

I’m pretty much self-taught at investing. Yes, I’ve read Benjamin Graham’s ‘The Intelligent Investor’, over and over again…And other texts of course. Another firm favourite of mine is Paul B. Farrell’s ‘The Lazy Person’s Guide to Investing.’ This doesn’t mean I’m smarter than the next person. It only means I’ve read a bit that others have written.

I was very much a short-term speculative trader in my early to mid-twenties. Like many speculators I eventually had bigger losses than profits. I took a break. I unlearned much of what I believed to be true. I relearned broadly with an open mind. I emerged a believer of long-term shareholding.     

I’m qualified as a copywriter, but I’ve chosen not to work as one yet: The idea of financial freedom by owning shares and investing, via the stock market, is far more exciting to me.   
 
I believe the most rewarding career for lifestyle options, personal time and financial freedom is being a sizeable shareholder and investor: The sooner one starts the sooner one becomes sizeable, and the earlier one enjoys the benefits. 

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