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How to start investing: The first steps

The JSE is not a casino. Investing and trading is not gambling. To be a successful investor you need to do the hard yards, which means educating yourself and reading a lot. You can start by taking the Shares Made Simple educational course at no cost on the Sanlam iTrade website. There are modules on the

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The Morning Digest – so much info every day.

The Sanlam Private Wealth Morning Digest is filled with data, information and commentaries, available every day from Sanlam iTrade Online. You can have the Morning Digest emailed to you every morning. Just register as a trading client or an iView client and select the option in “User Settings” under “Trading & Portfolio”. iView access is

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New to trading? Take our #iTradeR1m educational journey with us.

  When Sanlam iTrade started in 2007 the online trading market was very small. To increase awareness and interest among savvy South Africans, we knew we needed to focus on education around the online trading environment. And to guarantee a competitive edge, we knew we needed to offer a personalised service – and that is exactly what we

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If you had invested in our iTrade Fantasy League Portfolio of 2013…

We started the iTrade Fantasy League portfolio on 1 March in 2013. This throwback looks at what would have happened if an investor followed our trades with his or her own R1m and kept the shares. You might remember that the portfolio, chosen and managed by our Facebook fans, did very well in the 9

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From the horse’s mouth: 10 tips on trading online successfully

Anyone can make money on the stock exchange by trading online, but it is a never-ending learning curve and investors should be prepared to make mistakes – many of them. This is according to a 70-year-old client of online trading platform Sanlam iTrade, who has in the short space of two years seen a relatively small