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  • The three essential tips for successful penny stock investing
  • These days with the Inter net and the wealth of information out there, everyone wants to run their own portfolio. And who better to do that, as nobody else cares more for your money than you do? The fact is, anyone can manage a stock portfolio. Just like anyone can drive a car. But in the same way, it doesn't mean you won't hit a tree or slide off the road. To make sure you don't slide off t... ››› more
  • [18 February 2016]
  • What you NEED to know about tax and your investments
  • “Francois, I'm subscribed to Red Hot Penny Shares and need advice on ways to reduce my tax that I'm paying on my trading profits. I already owe close to R20,000 in taxes for the profits I made last year and I'm worried that for this current year that I might pay a similar amount in taxes.” - Reagan If you've been investing in shares and you're making money (and I believe you are), you will ... ››› more
  • [18 February 2016]
  • Should you follow the ‘big money' when you're investing?
  • I recently received the following question from a Red Hot Penny Shares member, “Francois, should we follow institutional investors when investing in Penny Shares? How do we know where the big money is being put?” My immediate answer to this is that the big money (institutional investors) isn't necessarily the smart money… The f act of the matter is, here at Red Hot Penny Shares, we try... ››› more
  • [16 February 2016]
  • “Francois, How do I start investing if I don't have R10,000?”
  • I see this question often. If you've been wondering how you can get your investment portfolio started quickly if you don't have R10,000, this guide is for you!   A solution that could help you save up R10,000 in as little as four months!   I recently had a chat with my colleague Aiden Sookdin.   He told me about a programme he’s running to help people free up as much as... ››› more
  • [16 February 2016]
  • Do you make these two common investment mistakes?
  • I get many questions from readers every day. And, lately I've noticed a couple trends - investors tend to make the same mistakes, in different ways. Which is why, today I'd like to show you two common investment mistakes - and a plan you can follow to make sure you never make them again! Investment Mistake #1 – Investors bet the bank when they shouldn’t!   Penny Shares can go up... ››› more
  • [16 February 2016]
  • The secret value investing strategy I use to protect you from huge losses
  • If there's one thing about investing you absolutely have to understand it's this strategy... Not only will this strategy from Benjamin Graham, the world's best value investor, make you more money from shares you invest in, it'll also make sure you lose less money when things do go wrong! This strategy can be summed up in three words: Margin of safety! What is margin of safety? And why y... ››› more
  • [15 February 2016]
  • Why it's dangerous to be obsessed with share prices
  • Some time ago, a Finance Director of a small company decided he wanted to invest some cash in his company. There is nothing notable or unusual about this. Directors buy and sell shares in the companies they work for every day. So the director bought 12,297 shares for R9,960.57. In doing so, he pushed the quoted price of the shares up from 81c to 89c. This small company had a market cap of R172 ... ››› more
  • [15 February 2016]
  • Revealed: The four vital secrets of successful investing
  • The biggest lie relating to stock markets you'll ever hear is something you'll be told often. It's a lie presented by fund managers, personal financial advisers and media analysts alike. And it goes a little something like this: “As a private investor, you're not smart enough to operate your own account. Instead you should rather listen to us, give us your money and we'll do it for you... ››› more
  • [12 February 2016]
  • How to ensure you never get stuck in investment quicksand again
  • Suresh recently asked me: "How do I determine the liquidity of a company? If I buy shares and then decide to sell them, how can I determine if there would be buyers for my shares? Will I always be able to sell my shares?" Being in a position where a share that have no liquidity is like being in quicksand. You can struggle to sell the shares, but you'll get absolutely nowhere! Fortunately, yo... ››› more
  • [12 February 2016]
  • Follow These Three Money Rules to Avoid Financial Disaster
  • Money management is one of the most important - yet overlooked - strategies for profiting with shares. Managing your money properly could mean the difference between a small loss and a total wipe out. It could even be the difference between making a profit or a loss! In Red Hot Penny Shares, I'll tell you why our PowA! penny shares are headed higher... But I'll also tell you what to do if thing... ››› more
  • [12 February 2016]


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