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This shocking new nationalisation announcement could be the final nail in the coffin for South African mining…

Shale Gas could've been the next big boom sector in South Africa. The Karoo is the fifth largest gas field in the world, and local as well as international companies are interested in developing it. After all, according to estimates, shale gas extraction from the Karoo will lead to 9% GDP [read more...]

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Why the big players are racing into Africa and how you can profit

For the last decade, the darlings of the investment world have been the emerging markets. These are the world's big markets like China, India and Brazil. But strangely, the African market has been left out. Some analysts say it's because it takes too much money, time, patience… well, too much [read more...]

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  • Hope of a resolution to end the platinum sector strike boosts the JSE
  • Yesterday, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange ended the day strongly higher. One of the main forces driving the local bourse up was renewed talks between platinum producers and the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU). This gave investors hope that an end to the lengthy strike was in sight. Let's take a closer look at what happened on the JSE yesterday…... ››› more
  • [23 April 2014]
  • Platinum producers and the AMCU set to continue wage talks
  • Last week, the platinum producers affected by a three-month strike tabled a new offer to the union. Talks resumed yesterday between producers and the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU). They're set to continue today. Let's take a closer look at what's going on…... ››› more
  • [23 April 2014]
  • How much money do you need to start buying stocks?
  • If you're serious about buying stocks, you'll need to make sure you have an adequate sum of money put aside to invest. You shouldn't use any money you have earmarked for other purposes. And you need to be comfortable to put this money to work in the market for a few years at the very least. So how much do you need? Read on to find out…... ››› more
  • [22 April 2014]
  • Two reasons why you should invest in shares
  • Whilst investing in the stock market is probably not going to make you rich overnight, over the long-term it can grow your wealth. When you invest in shares, you can benefit in two ways. You can benefit from a rising share price. And you can benefit from dividend payments. Let's take a closer look…... ››› more
  • [22 April 2014]
  • Stockbrokers uncovered: How to trade stocks online
  • When you want to buy and sell shares, the one thing you need before you go any further is a stockbroker. Until relatively recently the only option was to phone your broker to tell him what to do on your behalf. But now, there are a multitude of online stockbroking accounts available. Let's take a closer look at how you go about getting yourself an online broker…... ››› more
  • [22 April 2014]
  • Two actions you can take to profit from the rising JSE Food Producer index
  • On the 22nd of January 2014, I told you that I expected the JSE Food Producer index to drop down 10%. Since then, it's dropped 9.3% in just two months, which is 0.7% shy off that critical level I expected it to hit. But now, it looks like there's a change in direction where we could be seeing a Food Producer index recovery! Let me explain…... ››› more
  • [22 April 2014]
  • Ex-banking insider reveals: Invest in this sector now and profit from its “Golden Decade”
  • For years since the financial crisis, investors have been weary of the big banks of the world. And not without reason… All you have to do is consider the massive collapse we saw from the likes of Lehman Brothers. But according to retired banking insider, Hans-Joerg Rudloff, former chairman of Barclays Capital, the banks are about to enter a “golden decade”. And if you invest today, you could be at the front of a wave of profits that'll sweep through the industry.... ››› more
  • [22 April 2014]
  • Will the gold price just trend lower this year?
  • After staging a slight comeback earlier this year, the price of bullion is struggling. Rising tensions in Ukraine initially helped the gold price, but a stronger dollar is putting the pressure on its price. Not only that, a survey suggests the price of gold is set to fall further as demand for the yellow metal wanes. Let's take a closer look at what's going on with gold.... ››› more
  • [22 April 2014]

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  • Finally the mining pact is signed, but AMCU abstained

    The much anticipated pact, which seeks to bring stability to South Africa's troubled mining sector, was finally signed yesterday. But, the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has yet to sign on the dotted line. Already there are questions about whether the pact will do anything to improve the current issues afflicting the mining sector. Let's have a look at what's been going on… ››› more Finally the mining pact is signed, but AMCU abstained 
  • Warning: Retrenchment and mechanisation talk at Anglo is igniting strike fears for the entire mining industry!

    First Amplats sparked strike fears, now it's AngloGold Ashanti's turn. When news first came out of Amplats' restructuring plan, which involves retrenching 6,000 miners as opposed to the initial 14,000 expected, analysts took this as a sign of bad things to come. Now, there's more cause for concern in the mining sector, as AngloGold has announced its decision to use ‘machines over people'... ››› more Warning: Retrenchment and mechanisation talk at Anglo is igniting strike fears for the entire mining industry! 
  • Worried about your Standard Bank's CEOs resigning? Here's why you shouldn't…

    Earlier this morning, Standard Bank CEO, Jacko Maree resigned as CEO of the group with immediate effect. This caused slight panic in the industry as many investment experts believe Maree has been paramount to Standard Bank\'s success over the past 13 years. And he\'s not alone - in the past four months, we\'ve seen the like of BHP-Billiton\'s Marius Kloppers, AngloGold Ashanti\'s Mark Cutifani and Lonmin\'s Ian Farmer all hand over the reins. But how does this affect your shares? ››› more Worried about your Standard Bank's CEOs resigning? Here's why you shouldn't… 
  • Buy this share now before whispers turn into rumours and you could easily pocket 43% or more within the next year…

    It all started as a little whisper I heard from a fellow colleague... He told me that a company he was looking at is likely to have a major change in ownership. And, with this change in ownership we could see the share price soar by 43% in a very short time. While whispers like this don't usually catch my fancy I do check up on them. Just to make sure whether there couldn't perhaps be some truth in them. So I consulted with my collegue Francois Joubert, our resident resource expert to find out what he had to say about the story. And the deeper he looked into this company the more certain he became that there might be a big deal coming in the future... But before I tell you exactly why Francois believe the whispers about this company are true; let me first show you why he believes its share price will soar if they are. ››› more Buy this share now before whispers turn into rumours and you could easily pocket 43% or more within the next year… 
  • This shocking new nationalisation announcement could be the final nail in the coffin for South African mining…

    Shale Gas could've been the next big boom sector in South Africa. The Karoo is the fifth largest gas field in the world, and local as well as international companies are interested in developing it. After all, according to estimates, shale gas extraction from the Karoo will lead to 9% GDP growth for South Africa! And just imagine the possibility of extracting cheap shale gas and using it in power plants (no wet coal problems!)... Or if Sasol used the gas in its Gas-to-liquids process, South Africa would become independent of international oil! But a new law that has just been passed could change all of this. This shocking law makes mine nationalisation a government policy and it could stop the future of fracking right in its tracks! ››› more This shocking new nationalisation announcement could be the final nail in the coffin for South African mining… 
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