This is my second-last monthly update on my ETF investments where I tack my own investments and discuss my passive investment strategy. If you’re new to this series then you can start with these ones for some background.
Long term investment strategy (October 2019 update)
Current ETF investment
Up to the end of November 2019 I’ve invested R16,700 and the current value of the investment is R17,257.92 – thus a R557.92 growth.
Some concerned followers have asked about why my investment value is so low, and the answer is simple…
I have other investments but this is my first self-managed ETF investment where I’m employing a passive investment strategy. I only really learned about this quite late in life and started this last year around this time.
Take a look at where (and why) I started in my post on my first ETF investment.
Looking at the investments I have made and calculating daily compounded interest, my ETF investments have earned me around 8.5% per year.
Have a look at the details.
My Passive Investment strategy
This has remained constant over the past few months. Initially I changed and swopped ETF’s but I’m currently quite happy with this allocation.
- 25% Local Equities – CoreShares Sci-Beta (Smart Beta)
- 15% Local Equities – Satrix Top 40
- 10% Local Property – Satrix Property ETF
- 39% Offshore Equities – Satrix Worldwide
- 10% Offshore Property – Sygnia Global Property ETF
- 1% DCX – Crypto
This is a split 50% local, 49% offshore and 1% crypto.
These monthly updates are getting a little boring as ETF investing is really for the long term and month-to-month changes don’t mean too much. I do however enjoy tracking my money and I’ll keep doing this for myself for some time to come.
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