Education key to growth

Mantshantsha, Sikonathi
July 2006
Finweek;7/20/2006, p30
The article examines the reasons behind the low number of private account holders on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) in South Africa. According to the article, about 134,000 accounts are held by private individuals on the JSE. Several reasons for the low number of private accounts include the lack of knowledge about the share market and high brokerage fees.


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