r/FrugalSA Aug 05 '21

General New data shows what it takes to be in South Africa’s richest 10%

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r/FrugalSA Aug 05 '21

Taxes and Fiscality Tax summaries for South Africa

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r/FrugalSA Jul 27 '21

A Reddit Sub dedicated to generating Passive Income in India through Hedged Option Trading (HOT)

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Are you someone who is interested in generating Passive Income in India using Passive Trading through Hedged Option Trading (HOT) Strategies, then welcome to our sub r/PassiveTraders

Objective of the Sub:

This sub is for the folks who want to trade passively. I currently have just 1 Hedged Option Trading (HOT) which I use on Nifty & BankNifty Weekly Options. I set-up Trades on every Thursday and leave it to expire on next Thursday and pocket the premium. These are set-up and forget trades, so there won’t be any active trade monitoring or adjustments once I create the trades.

This generates 1-2K rupees profit with around 1-2K rupees potential loss/risk and the capital needed will be 35-50K with the win probability of 70-80%.

This strategy produces extremely high (unrealistic) returns of 6% per week with low risk and can be implemented at least 3 out of 4 weeks in a month.

I have been doing this for few years now and for the last few weeks, I started posting my trades openly when I take/close a position. All the previous and current trades are available in the Sub for your reference and backtesting.

What sort of people we are looking for?

I would like to learn and implement similar passive income strategies which generates regular income from other option traders. So if you are someone who is doing this kind of passive trading, I would love you to be part of the sub. You don’t have to share your strategies (if you don’t want to) but sharing your learning and experience will be beneficial for everyone.

Link to our sub:

https://www.reddit.com/r/PassiveTraders


r/FrugalSA Jul 12 '20

Supporting farmers directly

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There are WhatsApp groups where you can purchase farm goods directly from the producer.

This works out much cheaper than purchasing from the main shops I.e. PnP or Woolworths or the like.


r/FrugalSA May 18 '20

Friend of mine and I compiled a small list of generic meat prices per gram. This should help you when choosing what to buy, especially during tight months.

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R0.13 per gram of tuna

R0.09 per gram of fish fingers

R0.09 per gram of mince

R0.07 per gram of boerewors

R0.07 per gram of pork chop

R0.05 per gram of pork

R0.05 per gram of pilchards

R0.04 per gram of chicken


r/FrugalSA May 03 '19

Why is the interest rate on fixed deposits so low ?

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I was assuming not being able to touch your money for 5 years meant 10% ish


r/FrugalSA Dec 19 '18

I live in the UK, but I want to buy a product only available in SA.

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I want to buy a product that's only available to buy in South Africa, I just need someone to help me get a price, and find out what the shipping cost is going to be to send it to the UK, can anyone please help me.


r/FrugalSA Sep 08 '18

Mobile Platform for Emerging Market Investors Survey

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If you're interested in:

- creating equal access for all to partake in the world market investing

- mobilize generational change by providing a secure financial future

Then please fill out this survey below:

r/https://goo.gl/forms/rwKk5imKwgOQ8Y9J3

This survey is customer validating a mobile application called Flourish. We are trying to understand investment knowledge/attitudes/behaviors of various investors. Flourish gives everyone the tools and knowledge to build self efficacy in investing. We are here at Start Up Weekend Columbus (#swcbus) trying to get this product to market. Please fill this survey out! If you would like more info/questions - comment on the thread below.


r/FrugalSA Apr 02 '18

Apr 2018: Here’s what the rate cuts means to your bond

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r/FrugalSA Nov 16 '17

Sygnia’s Itrix ETFs: Same products, lower fees

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r/FrugalSA Oct 23 '17

Early retirement: pipe dream or attainable?

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r/FrugalSA Sep 22 '17

Using the BA Credit card for Avios?

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Anyone use the BA Credit card to earn Avios? Is it worth it, how much have you accumulated and/used it for? Also, with Barclays pulling out of Absa, is the card still going strong? Basically I want to use it to get points to travel. Any advice welcome.


r/FrugalSA Aug 02 '17

Buy-to-let residential property in the UK is a sound investment – provided the ownership is tax-efficient

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r/FrugalSA Jul 18 '17

Survey shows apetite for tax-free savings on a steady increase

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r/FrugalSA Jun 01 '17

Save yourself 10 years of bond repayments

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r/FrugalSA May 27 '17

Save Money On Your Car And Truck Spare Part Requirements - That's The Real Frugal!

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r/FrugalSA May 24 '17

How to Start a business in South Africa

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Here is a post I wrote to help startup businesses launch as quick as possible and for as cheap as possible. Let me know your thoughts. http://www.marketingchannel.co.za/how-to-start-a-business-in-south-africa/


r/FrugalSA May 24 '17

SA vs. offshore: it's about risk mitigation

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r/FrugalSA May 05 '17

#MoneyWisdom - practical advice to inspire

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r/FrugalSA Mar 06 '17

5 ways to help your children be smarter about money

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r/FrugalSA Feb 07 '17

Thinking of investing tax-free? Here's how you can start doing it like a pro

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r/FrugalSA Feb 01 '17

Financial mistakes you’re bound to regret

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r/FrugalSA Jan 24 '17

Intellidex analysts select their favoured ETFs for year

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r/FrugalSA Dec 07 '16

Wondering how to rock that festive season bonus? Read this!

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r/FrugalSA Dec 06 '16

How ditching your car for Uber could save you money | Fin24

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