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  1. I don't have any at the moment but I have seen some nifty discounts on https://www.picodi.com/za/ .
  2. Is it possible to have a dark mode for the forum? (Black background, light text, etc.)
  3. NP. The more each one of us knows the better for all of us.
  4. [*] Not bad, but it's limited compared to -> https://www.google.com/finance Which also give relevant market news etc The filter by ETF thou. That's brilliant!! [*] I've been using Google Finance for some time. Very powerful tool. I love the fact that you can sort by sector and look at which companies are on the JSE and theior respective data. All in an easy to access manner.
  5. Nifty site I stumbled upon over at Share Forum. http://itradedata.co.za/index/i_fullname.htm You can do Share Lookups: [*]By Shortname [*]By Fullname [*]By Sector [*]ETFs [*]ETNs
  6. Claimed responsibility? Yeah right. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk.
  7. I use an App called My Budget Book. It is completely manual. But it is by far the best for my personal use. Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.onetwoapps.mh&hl=en iOS: http://www.onetwoapps.de/english/my-budget-book/ Note: these two apps DO NOT have the same developers. So they are essentially different apps but it seems they mimic each other for 99% of their features.
  8. Just a little remember that the tfsa limit of R30k is per financial year aka March to Feb. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk.
  9. The trick is to realise that a cellphone contract is not all that bad if used correctly. Lets say you Buy a handset cash = R9000 (mid range phone btw) & Airtime/data per month = R350 (conservative for most) But what if you did the following: R9000 + (R350 * 24 months) = R17400 then R17400 / 24 months = R725 per month So why not take out a contract that costs R725 per month? Meaning you could really get a MUCH better phone on a better contract for the same money over a 24 month period. OR on the other hand take the same phone and a cheaper contract for MUCH less money per month (over a 24 month period).
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