Reason for this over the more traditional LISP funds like Stanlib, Allan Grey etc is because the costs are much lower than those investment vehicles and you don't have to go through a broker you can invest directly
@Marko Exchange Traded Fund. A nice simple vehicle that, depending on the one you choose, offers good returns. It's basically in index fund that you buy into, the fund manager then invests in a number of other instruments so you own a fraction of each underlying investment. For instance the Satrix Top 40 fund will buy shares in the JSE top 40 companies so you effectively own a percentage of each of those companies through one investment.
As I said returns are pretty stable since they track the performance of the underlying assets and because they average out you are naturally hedged against shocks in one or two investments. Check out Satric's website for more info
@Richardo so yeah if you are mainly a PS4 player, get the TV now to futureproof for the next cycle. Better yet stick that money in some sort of investment (I suggest an ETF) and cash it in when the consoles arrive and use that money plus growth to buy both
@Richardo before you decide determine where you play most - console or PC. If it's PC look at the rest of your HW as that may be a bigger bottleneck than just the GFX card. If you are still running a 500 series card, then chances are that you will see more performance improvements from a more RAM or a MB and chip upgrade than the card. What I'm saying is, is you may be too far behind the upgrade cycle and may need a whole new system.
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