Through our partnership with Top Global Institutions, we are able to provide our clients with an investment strategy that focuses on capital appreciation in the medium-term with a medium risk investment.
At Vita, we are up to date with the financial world and closely monitor economic decisions being taken all over the world and their impacts on world indices, commodity prices and future outlooks.
Our in-house research & analysis team and exclusive access to institutional research, ensures our focus lies on sound technical analysis and market trends to best educate and advise clients on investing opportunities.
We provide our clients a specialized investment solution that offers access to world’s top performing index ETFs across various markets and sectors, which is specifically designed to benefit clients in the medium-term. This solution seeks to match the risk and the return with the theory that in the medium-term, the return of the markets will outperform the return in any singular investment. This strategy is perfectly suitable to those who look to make a diversified investment at a low cost.
This strategy is open-ended with no fixed term and allows the client to diversity their risk across various indices whether that be specific to the sector, theme, commodity or the country as a whole
An ETF is a basket of securities, shares of which are sold on an exchange. They combine features and potential benefits similar to those of mutual funds, stocks or bonds. Like individual stocks, ETF shares are traded throughout the day at prices that change based on supply and demand.
ETFs are a low cost means to gain exposure to the markets. They offer liquidity and real time settlement as they are listed on an exchange and trade like stocks or bonds. ETFs are a low risk option as they replicate a stock index, offering diversification as opposed to investing in few stocks of your choice.
ETFs have several advantages over traditional open-end mutual funds. The 4 most prominent advantages are trading flexibility, portfolio diversification and risk management, lower costs, and easy liquidity