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Can one transfer their ETF's from ordinary EE account to TFSA?

 

Can I transfer money between my TFSA and Investment accounts?

 

Unfortunately not. We can't facilitate transfers between the EE Investment account and a TFSA account as there are certain rules that govern the transfer of funds in and out of a TFSA account so that the annual and lifetime limits can be monitored.

 

This means that funds transferred into your TFSA account must come from your bank account.

 

https://support.easyequities.co.za/support/solutions/articles/5000622267-can-i-transfer-money-between-my-tfsa-and-investment-accounts-

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I just checked my EE account compared to my google finance tracking, and the dividends that i got on EE aren't showing in google finance, even though there is a setting that allows for dividend reporting:

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Has anyone else experienced this???

 

EE added all the divvies to cash automatically:

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Edit: I deleted the portfolio and imported the new report from EE, now the divvies show as cash in my account, R11.83 was missing so I added that as a cash deposit...

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I just saw this today:  EE is offering basket deals on their TFIA:162247080_EETFSAbasket.thumb.JPG.f2b8078e16aa488574a8ea877ea42337.JPG.

 

Has anyone here tried it? I'm not sure how good their choices are in the baskets, and they charge you a 0.50% basket fee

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property will always give you your 6 or so % to your portfolio each year conservatively speaking . coreshare holds hyprop which is up 10% in the last 30 days alone.

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I just saw this today:  EE is offering basket deals on their TFIA:.

 

Has anyone here tried it? I'm not sure how good their choices are in the baskets, and they charge you a 0.50% basket fee

 

Just for interest's sake, I plotted the available ETF's from the "Aggressive Basket" on Bloomberg:

 

 

So, not too bad then ?

Would the baskets be a better option for a pleb like me, or would you recommend three or four etf's to put my money into ?

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Whats worked for me is over the last 19 months

 

prefs - coreshare preftrax

prop - coreshare proptrax

offshore exposure- dbx world and us

SA equity i used NFEMOM

 

I have no idea how EE works my TFSA is with Afrifocus Securities but its been good performance this far. like any investment spread the risk across sectors. the TFSA is a long term investment for me so im not afraid to take a few punts when i see a chance.

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Whats worked for me is over the last 19 months

 

prefs - coreshare preftrax

prop - coreshare proptrax

offshore exposure- dbx world and us

SA equity i used NFEMOM

 

I have no idea how EE works my TFSA is with Afrifocus Securities but its been good performance this far. like any investment spread the risk across sectors. the TFSA is a long term investment for me so im not afraid to take a few punts when i see a chance.

 

My TFSA is doing so good, I am seriously concidering replicating it in my normal share trading account, TAS, CCO, Discovery is killing me. The only winners I have there is Capitec, Shoprite, Calgro M3 and pick 'n pay

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I changed mine up a bit, doing a bit better now that STXIND is climbing:

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I'm in the green for a change, by a whole 0.82% :cool:

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So, with all this Pravin [email protected], my STXIND decided to start climbing today..

And it has gained by exactly the same amount that DIVTRX has fallen 1.7%, can Anyone tell me why?

And if it's likely that DIVTRX will keep on falling?

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strxind has a good rand hedge holdings thats where your gains are coming from.

 

Naspers Ltd

SABMiller

BTI Group

 

The div trx holds i could be wrong never check this up in a while.

MTN and banks who are taking a knock at the moment thats where the downside is coming from.

 

For the long-run lets hope we keep Mr Gordan.

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strxind has a good rand hedge holdings thats where your gains are coming from.

 

Naspers Ltd

SABMiller

BTI Group

 

The div trx holds i could be wrong never check this up in a while.

MTN and banks who are taking a knock at the moment thats where the downside is coming from.

 

For the long-run lets hope we keep Mr Gordan.

 

Two alternatives are available to

replace the SATRIX DIVIDEND ETF.

 

Firstly, the PROPTRAX TEN ETF (JSE:

PTXTEN) tracks the performance of the

ten largest and most liquid listed

property companies.

 

Secondly, the NEWFUNDS GOVI ETF

(JSE: NFGOVI) tracks the performance

of the SA Government All Bond Index.

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strxind has a good rand hedge holdings thats where your gains are coming from.

 

Naspers Ltd

SABMiller

BTI Group

 

The div trx holds i could be wrong never check this up in a while.

MTN and banks who are taking a knock at the moment thats where the downside is coming from.

 

For the long-run lets hope we keep Mr Gordan.

 

Two alternatives are available to

replace the SATRIX DIVIDEND ETF.

 

Firstly, the PROPTRAX TEN ETF (JSE:

PTXTEN) tracks the performance of the

ten largest and most liquid listed

property companies.

 

Secondly, the NEWFUNDS GOVI ETF

(JSE: NFGOVI) tracks the performance

of the SA Government All Bond Index.

 

STPROP's "dividends" have been higher, no? PTXTEN's dividend yield is at 2.9%, STPROP at 6.9% and PREFTX at 7.2%

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I would sell the strix and invest the proceeds into one of the better income generating ETFs as i listed.

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I  would sell the strix  and invest the proceeds into one of the better income generating ETFs as i listed.

 

But surely PREFTRX is one of the best income generating funds. Combining that with STPROP for growth plus dividend should do you very well if income is what you are after?

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