You may think the only way to grow substantial wealth is to invest on the stock market or trade futures and other risky instruments.
It's not. You just need to invest some of your time, and you can generate and grow wealth.
Here's how you can do it…... ››› Read more
If you want to start investing or already have started buying different stocks and bonds, you want to ensure the best chance of success so you can grow your wealth over the long-term.
Picking winning stocks isn't as important as you may think it is.
One factor that's vitally important is asset allocation. In other words, how you spread your money across different asset classes.
So how does this work? And how should you spread your capital when investing?
Read on to find out more…... ››› Read more
The stock market has certainly been on a bit of a rollercoaster ride of late.
For many investors, worries are growing about whether another financial crisis could be on the cards.
Could this be the start of a repeat of the financial crisis in 2008?
Whether you believe this could happen or not, you need to insure yourself against the possibility.
So how can you do this?
Read on to find out…... ››› Read more
Have you been contributing to a pension fund? Or, do you know someone who has?
The report of the Registrar of Pension Funds put the value of unclaimed pension benefits at just over R20 billion. This amount steadily grew over the past five years.
In fact, the amount of unclaimed pension benefits has almost doubled since 2010 (R10.6 billion).
Whether you're owed R100, R1,000 or R10,000, it doesn't matter.
I want to ensure South Africa's pension funds don't owe you or your family a cent.
Because you deserve what's rightly yours!... ››› Read more
CFDs, or contracts for difference, are a type of trading instrument. You can trade a wide array of underlying assets, including shares and currencies.
So how do contracts for difference work?
Let's take a closer look…... ››› Read more
Whether you're buying a property to live in or as an investment, chances are you're going to need a loan from the bank to cover a large chunk of its cost.
This means you need a bond. But don't make the mistake of trying to sort out a bond yourself, you should make use of a bond originator.
It will save you a lot of time and you'll get the best deal on the market.
Let's take a closer look…... ››› Read more
Yesterday, shares in retailer Mr Price Group fell over 13%.
The company released its trading update for the 21 weeks to 22 August. The update showed that Mr Price was struggling to grow sales.
So why is Mr Price finding it difficult to continue to grow at its previous pace?
Let's take a closer look at what the trading update revealed…... ››› Read more
Investing in shares can be rewarding. You buy into a stock, sit back and watch its share price soar.
But unfortunately it doesn't always work out like that, as you may have already found out for yourself.
So it's vital you apply a handful of solid principles when investing in shares.
Let's take a closer look at what they are…... ››› Read more
Investing is the stock market is one of the best ways to grow your wealth over the long-term.
The secret is picking shares that stand the best chance of future success.
So how can you find the best shares to buy on the stock market?
Read on to uncover three tips to help you do it…... ››› Read more
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