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
What a time we've had…
Since November 2015, the JSE All Share Index crashed 11.8%. The Small-Cap index dropped 18%!
You might've thought you were prepared for a market crash like this when you started investing…
But I bet you're panicking now.
It's tough. It's scary. And it really isn't nice to see your entire portfolio of shares crash like this.
Today, I want to give you some goo... ››› more
In 2009. I wanted to make an additional income investing in penny shares.
I piled into five different penny shares, which I thought were going to sky rocket.
Boy was I wrong! I lost R74,000.
If I knew about Francois Joubert's strategy before, I wouldn't have lost my money.
Maybe it will help save you…
Penny share investing is extremely profitable, if you know what you're doing!
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Yeah, yeah, we all know the story of how Shoprite was a R1 share in 1994 and shot up to R200 in 2012. Or how Capitec was 91c in 2002 and today it is trading at R430.
You might have even heard me speak about how I first invested in Adapt IT at R1.30 and today it is at R13.
But that's not what I want to tell you about today.
I want to tell you why you shouldn't invest in small cap shares…... ››› more
Over the last three decades, the small-cap sector (which houses ‘penny shares') outperformed nearly every other market by a landslide.
In fact, if you had spread R10,000 across the entire small-cap universe in 1996, you would have turned it into R171,021.60 by 2015.
And since 1929, the average annual return on small-cap stocks has been 11.9%, according to Morningstar Ibbotson data on inter... ››› more
Right now, you're facing an incredible opportunity.
You've got the chance to buy a handful of top quality, penny shares on the JSE right now, all at a steal.
These companies are so cheap, they're selling at multiple times the average dividend yield of the average JSE share.
But it won't be that way for long. So listen up. This is what you need to do…
The JSEs smallest companies are of... ››› more
Eqstra is involved in the leasing of capital equipment and the provision of other services. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Eqstra Holdings Limited
Short name: Eqstra
Sector: Industrial goods & services – general industries
Five top facts about Eqstra
Eqstra employs around 5,800 people across its operations in South ... ››› more
Accelerate Property Fund is a real estate investment trust. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Accelerate Property Fund Limited
Short name: Accprop
Sector: Real estate – real estate investment trusts
Five top facts about Accelerate Property Fund
Accelerate Property Fund owns a portfolio of 52 properties across South Afr... ››› more
If you want to invest in penny stocks, you need to have a strategy to follow.
Your strategy should help to lower your overall risk investing in penny stocks and help you filter through the penny stock laggards to find the best ones on the market.
So what should you include in your penny stock investment strategy?
Read on to find out…
Perfecting your penny stock investment strategy... ››› more
Aquarius Platinum is a significant platinum producer. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Aquarius Platinum Limited
Short name: Aquarius
Sector: Basic resources – mining
Five top facts about Aquarius Platinum
Aquarius Platinum employs around 10,000 people across its operations.
Aquarius Platinum has a listin... ››› more
I can still remember the first car I ever owned. It was a 1.4 VW Golf Chico with 110,000km on the clock. I got it second hand when I went to university. My dad's deal was I had to maintain it. The little car did its job well and took me everywhere I needed to go, even through the Karoo during noontime in December without air-conditioning!
Through all the sweet memories I made, there are a few t... ››› more
Investing in penny stocks can be a great way to make a killing on the stock market. But investing in the smallest companies on the stock market doesn't come without risks.
So what sort of risks do you face investing in penny stocks?
Read on to find out…
The risks of investing in penny stocks
There are a few different risks that you need to be aware of before you embark... ››› more
Penny stocks are the smallest companies on the stock market. These small companies have the potential to reward investors with breath-taking gains.
But when the economy isn't doing too well, is it a good idea to ignore these stocks? Or should you embrace them?
Let's take a look…
The relationship between penny stocks and the economy
Historically, penny stocks have outperfor... ››› more
Many penny stocks are young, dynamic companies that are involved in new technologies and developments.
These penny stocks have the potential to shape our future and change the way we do things.
So what should you look out for in penny stocks that could indicate great times ahead?
Read on to find out…
Penny stocks involved in software
When you first look at different penny stock... ››› more
Penny stocks can be extremely lucrative. You have the chance of picking up penny stocks trading for mere cents and sitting back while their share price rocket.
But, of course, not all penny stocks have this winning potential. There are many that will remain penny stocks and never shoot the lights out.
So what are your chances of making money from penny stocks?
Let's take a closer look… ... ››› more
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