How can I invest in Sasol?

How do I buy shares in Sasol?

How to buy Sasol Group Shares

  1. Start by Filling in the BUY THIS SHARE form.
  2. Insert your name, email, telephone number and monthly remuneration.
  3. Then, Indicate the amount you are looking to invest in Sasol.
  4. Click the “ INVEST NOW” button.

How do I buy Sasol shares in South Africa?

Sasol is listed on the JSE and employs 28,725 staff. All prices are listed in South African Rand.

How to buy shares in Sasol

  1. Compare share trading platforms. …
  2. Open your brokerage account. …
  3. Confirm your payment details. …
  4. Research the stock. …
  5. Purchase now or later.

Is Sasol stock a good buy?

Valuation metrics show that Sasol Ltd. may be undervalued. Its Value Score of A indicates it would be a good pick for value investors. The financial health and growth prospects of SSL, demonstrate its potential to outperform the market.

How much are Sasol dividends?

Dividend History

Dividend history Date paid/payable US cents
FY19 Interim Dividend 18 March 2019
28 March 2019 30.63
FY18 Final Dividend 10 September 2018
20 September 2018 39.48

How do I know if I have Sasol shares?

Call the call centre on 0800 8000 10 or +27 11 713 0800; or. Email on ‘sasol@jseinvestorservices.co.za’

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What is the best way to invest money?

Top 10 investment options

  1. Direct equity. …
  2. Equity mutual funds. …
  3. Debt mutual funds. …
  4. National Pension System. …
  5. Public Provident Fund (PPF) …
  6. Bank fixed deposit (FD) …
  7. Senior Citizens’ Saving Scheme (SCSS) …
  8. Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY)

Which JSE shares to buy now?

Best JSE Shares to Buy

  1. Gold Fields Limited. As ever, gold is a great safe-haven investment as its price continues to rise despite ongoing volatility in other market areas. …
  2. Naspers. …
  3. British American Tobacco. …
  4. Tesla. …
  5. Anglo American Plc.

What affects Sasol share price?

If the supply of a share exceeds the demand (there are lots of shares available) the price per share tends to decrease. If the supply of a share is lower than the demand (lots of people want to buy shares but there are not a lot of shares available) the price per share tends to increase.

Why are Sasol shares increasing?

In SA, Sasol shareholders benefitted nicely. The share price increased more than 30% since September 20, from around R220 to R294. Ironically, it is the relentless lobbying by environmentalists that is pushing the oil price higher, causing the rush into oil shares, and making investors rich.