Saving and investing is usually seen as a very individual activity: where singular undertakings and risks can yield very singular reward. Which is great when you’re an island, but a lot of us belong to communities and little clubs that we would love to see flourish. As social creatures and members of the EasyCommunity that loves sharing with one another our investment journeys and strategies, it's only natural to want to know more about how we can invest as communal groups.
In the first of three posts about Stokvels and group investments, we briefly introduce what we understand Stokvels to be and their social context. The following blogs will be from Stokvel participants on just how they work in the investment and financial space.