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#16
(01-25-2017, 07:00 AM)Spreadsheet Ranger Wrote: There is now a dollar ETF

http://www.moneyweb.co.za/moneyweb-radio...n-dollars/

Is this an alternative to buying dollars via Forex? What are the differences?
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#17
Listing of AMI Big50 ex-SA Participatory Units


The information as it appears below has been extracted from the

Programme Memorandum and the Supplement relating to the AMI Big50

ex-SA ETF and utilises the terms and definitions contained therein.


Introduction


The JSE Limited (“JSE”) has approved the listing on the Main Board

of the JSE, Participatory Units in the AMI Big50 ex-SA ETF which

aims to track the AMI Big50 ex-SA Index and is an ETF in the Cloud

Atlas Collective Investment Scheme in Securities.


The AMI Big50 ex-SA Index


The AMI Big50 ex-SA Index is a market capitalisation weighted index

designed to serve as a benchmark for a broader representation of the

African equity markets, excluding South Africa.


In order to be eligible for inclusion in the AMI Big50 ex-SA Index a

company must be listed on an African exchange that is a member of

the African Securities Exchange Association (“ASEA”). The current

ASEA member exchanges are seen on http://www.african

exchanges.org/members/.

#18
Quote:The AMI Big50 ex-SA Index is a market capitalisation weighted index

Why? Cry Why can't they have limits Sad
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#19
Official site: https://www.cloudatlasinvesting.com/ami-big50-ex-sa-etf
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#20
Total fees: 1.17% per annum

Yeah, no.
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#21
The new CoreShares Global Dividend Aristocrats ETF looks promising.

Do anyone know when the IPO is?

#22
(02-02-2018, 01:34 PM)Outlook Wrote: The new CoreShares Global Dividend Aristocrats ETF looks promising.

Do anyone know when the IPO is?

Think it is 22 Feb.

#23
(02-03-2018, 08:35 AM)The Local Tourist Wrote: Think it is 22 Feb.

Coreshares website confirms that the Coreshares Global Dividend Aristocrats ETF will be launched on 22 February and will also be available in TFIA:

https://coreshares.co.za/products/coresh...-dividend/

Ticker: GLODIV

#24
Is it worth buying?

What sets this one aside from property (dividend) ETFs and the Satrix Divi?
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#25
It's the global equivalent of STXDIV.

I'm quite keen on the ETF because of the nature of dividend indices, and the fact that they behave differently to other indices, which is really good for diversification. Basically, in a bull market, div ETFs tends to underperform. However, in a fluctuating market, they typically outperforms the Top40, and in a bear market, its losses are less than other indices. The current JSE crash over the last two weeks is a perfect example, as the two dividend indices STXQUA and STXDIV, for example, have been hit much less than the other indices, and are actually still quite green measured over the last three months.

I'm definitely going to buy in, and keep it as part of my portfolio until they come out with a global quality ETF (basically a global STXQUA) which may be even better.

Dividend ETFs are especially nice in a TFIA, as the fairly large dividends are tax free, and also, one tends to re-invest rather than spend the dividends.

Here's a good read which also mentions the fund: https://www.moneyweb.co.za/mymoney/money...investing/

#26
JSE Finance Forum Attachment - Filename: Capture.GIF   

I've attached a comparison graph to illustrate my last post

This is the performance over the past month following the dismal performance of the JSE. As expected, the pure DIV fund dropped least, followed by STXQUA, which is a hybrid, and the Top40 performed the worst.

This is typical of dividend fund behaviour, and it's important to have in flat and bear markets, but the obvious downside it that lags in bull markets. I feel it's important in a diversified portfolio though.

So GLODIV is basically the global version of the local STXDIV.

#27
STXDIV has a very different methodology to this new one STXDIV uses historic DY for inclusion whereas this uses years of divs for inclusion (25 years of consistant dividends for the US etc.).

So it is not a high DY ETF at all, divs just the 'quality' metric.

https://justonelap.com/podcast-global-di...istocrats/

#28
Anyone else having issues trying to reserve this through EE TFSA? Tried friday and today, click email - takes me to my account, enter amount, click apply, and, and, and, nothing...?

#29
Ashburton World Government Bond ETF

The Ashburton World Government Bond ETF provides investors with cost-efficient exposure to the global bond market by tracking the Citi World Government Bond Index (WGBI). You need to participate in the Ashburton World Government Bond Exchange ETF IPO before 00h00 on Sunday 04 March 2018.
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#30
Stanlib is offering three separate IPO's:

Stanlib MSCI World Index Feeder ETF
This ETF aims to track the MSCI World Index in South African Rands, it invests in the iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF.

Stanlib Global REIT Index Feeder ETF 
The ETF aims to track the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Global REIT Index in South African Rands, it invests in the iShares Global REIT ETF.

Stanlib Global Government Bond Index Feeder ETF
The ETF aims is to track the FTSE Group-of-7 (G7) Index in South African Rands, it invests in the iShares Global Govt Bond UCITS ETF.

You would need to participate in any of the Stanlib IPOs before 00h00 on Monday 5 March 2018.
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