I recently came across an excellent newsletter that promotes Investing in Africa epononymously called Investing in Africa. I say investing because the publisher understands & emphasises to his subscribers the RISKS inherent in most African Stock Exchanges viz. illiquidity, currency restrictions & the politics! Yet, there is immense potential in the continent.
The newsletter is reasonably priced at US$39 per year, well researched, provides stockbroker contacts & reviews & is a delight to read!
The first pick recommended (Letshego of Botswana) would have paid off for a lifetime's worth of subscriptions had I subscribed earlier!
$3.25 per month does not buy a latte at Strabucks but could provide the opportunity/mean to buy an interest in a coffee farm, if not the whole farm!
They provide a sample report & I think the quality of the subsequent reports are just as good!
For you sceptics out there - I do not get a referral fee! - but I think we should support someone who encourages investments in Africa when there is scant interest & knowledge among most investors. There is always news on "new" funds that look to invest in Asia (esp China & India) but not in Nigeria, Kenya or Zambia!
So take this opportunity to Learn & Earn!
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