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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 a basic living expense.
• 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, Last Update

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I’m Vonks


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in fact, I'm far from it. I just like to think of myself as an investor, albeit small time. The idea of financial freedom by owning shares is exciting to me.

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