Helping businesses back home is a compelling case for investing in frontier markets, the term given to Africa as a pre-emerging economy.
By investing in projects for high, long-run return potential, your money can help raise the bar in education, health and infrastructure. But what of the risks and opportunities for South Africa specifically, recently rated as one of the ‘most attractive’ frontier markets of all?
We speak to Homestrings, the personal investor service in such markets, to find out.
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Homestrings.com is an online investment platform with a unique twist. By enabling investors from the African diaspora to make 20-30% plus returns through frontier markets, it helps communities and businesses while also letting the investor reap the (potentially) considerable rewards.
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