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Few investors know how to invest in Africa. For most international investors, the African continent remains an economic mystery, full of possibilities but also of uncertainties, which in the end makes them shun it and prefer instead the better charted and much safer world of financial investments in Asia, Australia, or South America. But Africa is a rapidly developing continent, and investing in one of its many growing assets can turn out to be extremely profitable, if you use the right investment tools that is.

Types of Investments

Investors interested in Africa must first choose where they want to invest, in the north, in the sub-Saharan region, on in the centre of the continent. Financial markets in Africa and not equally developed, and investments that can be lucrative in the north, like those in oil, are not an option in the south, where precious metals and diamonds are the preferred assets, especially in South Africa.

Convenient African investments include mutual funds, (commodity) exchange-traded funds, gold and diamond mining companies, oil companies, real estate and urban developments, and telecommunications firms, to name only a few. It is, however, difficult for investors, even for those who know how to invest in Africa, to pursue these investments on their own, without help from financial experts.

Risks

All investments in Africa carry some risk because of the political instability that still affects much of the continent, the unreliability of many local investment firms, and the fluctuating economies. Investing in Africa is, much like going on a safari, an adventure. It’s not for the faint hearted. But those few who are brave enough to do it can reap stupendous benefits.


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