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Exchange traded funds, along with other passive investments, are becoming more popular with South African investors.  First launched in SA in 2000, they’ve gained traction in recent years as investors become more cost conscious as a result of muted market returns over the past few years. 

The local market

ETFs still make up a much larger portion of the funds invested in markets such as the US than they do in SA however, meaning local investors could be missing out on a cost-effective way to gain overall market exposure.

The argument still exists that developed markets such as the US are more...

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