andyesm wrote: ↑Sat Sep 19, 2020 7:19 am
glorat wrote: ↑Thu Sep 17, 2020 8:27 pm
All these above options around VWRx and global bonds like AGGx - have a look at https://www.boglebot.com
that covers all these options with some explanation. Feel free to post the results back here!
Disclaimer: I am the author of that site
Thanks glorat will do.
nikhoxz wrote: ↑Fri Sep 18, 2020 7:31 pm
I'm chilean and i'm investing in some chilean ETF, specifically the Singular ones, which are low risk bonds, corporate bonds and global equities (Total Market + S&P 500 and Large Cap of the EU, Japan, Asia, etc..)
You can find these in the Bolsa de Santiago and buy them from any broke, like Renta4..
The good thing is that you don't have to wait an entire year as you only have to pay the $3500 Clp for the daily operation in Santiago's stock exchange, while with foreign ETF you have to pay 15 usd for any operation (or 0.25% if the value is higher than 15 usd)
There are also some inversion funds (not mutual funds but very alike) maybe you can find something interesting: https://www.sartor.cl/es/areas-de-negoc ... management
Hey nikhoxz, great info
I will check it out. Do you use Renta4 or another broker?
Mainly Renta4, all the ETFs i mentioned are there (i edited the mnemonic of the third one because is CFIETFGE
instead of "CE" at the end)
Altough instead of that "Global Equities" chilean ETF if you have over 6000 usd and you are planning to hold for a long time, i think the best option would be VWRA (this is accumulative, which es better for the long term if you dont care about dividends)
If you don't have too much money, or you are just starting, maybe Fintual (mutual funds) would be a better option, as you can add low amounts of money without paying comissions, also mutual funds have some tax benefits in Chile. Their comission is low (for mutual funds), 1.19% for the main three funds (Risky Norris, Moderate Pitt and Conservative Clooney) if you are interested i could pm you my referral link.
Another option is Racional, they work with Vector Capital broker... i also have a referral code for them, they will give you $10000 clp if you use my code, but sincerely i think Fintual is a better option, although free money is always good right?