Mthobisi Mthimkhulu

Mthobisi joined Allan Gray in 2011 and is currently a Team leader in the Direct & Private client team, having previously worked in operations, client and adviser services within the retail business. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree (Rhodes University) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Planning (University of the Free State).

Articles by Mthobisi Mthimkhulu

Ready… set… invest

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 20 Jun 2019

Investing is not a complicated activity only for rich people. It’s a great way to create financial security and everyone – even you – should get started,...

The trouble with switching

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 25 Jan 2019

During periods of underperformance, even the most experienced investors get tempted to switch funds in search of better returns. However, switching funds in...

Bump up your savings with a tax-free investment

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 30 Jun 2018

Have you taken the plunge and started your own business, but sacrificed some (if not all) of your savings to do it? Mthobisi Mthimkhulu suggests using a...

How to pave the way for better decisions

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 22 Mar 2018

The decisions we make are a function of the environment that we are in, according to behavioural economists. Put in a different environment, or faced with a...

PART 8: The role of financial advice in your investment success

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 30 Oct 2017

You wouldn’t gamble with your health by not seeing a professional, why do it with your financial future? Consult an independent financial adviser to help you...

PART 6: Where can I invest my money?

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 23 Oct 2017

There are so many investment managers to choose from, how do I figure out where I can invest my money...

PART 7: How to make money from investing - your role

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 23 Oct 2017

Take control of your emotions! Your behaviour is the wildcard when it comes to making money from investing...

PART 5: What should I invest in?

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 17 Oct 2017

Tax and law are wrapped around every investment product. Knowing the rules can help you choose the right product for your needs...

PART 4: How do I start investing?

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 09 Oct 2017

The first step is often the most difficult to make, but it does not have to be so with investing. Follow these tips to start off on the right foot...

PART 3: When should I start investing?

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 02 Oct 2017

Time is of the essence when it comes to investing. Start now and benefit from the magic of compounding...

PART 2: How do I overcome the barriers to investing?

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 25 Sep 2017

Not sure how to save money? Follow these five easy steps...

PART 1: Why you should invest

By Mthobisi Mthimkhulu on 18 Sep 2017

There are many reasons to invest. Start now: small sacrifices today can make a big difference over the long term...

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