We all know the “Crypto Revolution” has taken the world by storm. And on many occasions, I've revealed some of the game-changing events happening in the global crypto market.
Events like, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) opening up a bitcoin exchange and Goldman Sachs moving ahead with a crypto trading desk.
And how the absurdly wealthy Rockerfeller and Rothschild families were stocki... ››› more
Have you ever heard of the hit US comedy show called Silicon Valley?
It's centred around five “geeky” guys who develop a start-up
company in the hopes of striking it big in Silicon Valley.
If you're into tech, this is a TV show you should definitely be watching.
It's not a serious show, but this last season in 2018, Silicon Valley predicted a major development in the world of crypto.... ››› more
Two weeks ago, you heard that the wealthiest families, the Rockerfellers and Rothschilds, are buying cryptos.
I also explained the game-changing events happening in the crypto market right now - especially with Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Quite frankly, we're on the cusp of something major in the crypto world.
And if you're invested in crypto, then you're definitely going to like what about ... ››› more
We hear a lot about how cryptos will change the world. But what are they supposed to be changing specifically?
What is the big impact blockchain and other crypto tech is actually supposed to have, and on what areas of our lives?
Well, in today's issue I'm going to list the top two predictions I've seen for what this technology will do in the coming years.
And we’re not talking over ... ››› more
The world's richest and most powerful are buying crypto.
No I'm not talking about…
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg
Legendary investor Warren Buffett
Microsoft’s CEO, Bill Gates
Not even the world’s richest person, Amazon owner, Jeff Bezos.
I’m talking about people whose wealth spans hundreds of billions.
Don’t know who I’m talk... ››› more
Do you know what the true meaning of generating an income is?
It's not selling a TV or some furniture for a few thousand bucks.
It's certainly not getting paid to take online marketing surveys.
And it's definitely not receiving your wages every week or salary every month.
The true meaning of “generating an income” is…
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What if I told you many investors are addicts?
Just like junkies are addicted to heroin…
Or gamblers addicted to casinos…
Or even, socialites addicted to social media…
The stock market is the drug and investors are addicted to it.
You see it's all got to do with...
Your Free Book is on hold
We’ve already ... ››› more
You should be worried.
Well, there's one industry in South Africa that's in absolute shambles. In fact, I would go as far as to say, this industry plays a huge role in how you live (even survive) in the future.
That's why you shouldn't ignore what I'm about to show you…
The numbers don’t lie…
Less than 10% of working Sout... ››› more
Right now, we are living through a revolution in money - the cryptocurrency revolution.
I'm sure by now, you already know the potential of cryptocurrencies and how they're minting new millionaires every day.
The more mainstream cryptos have become, the more people have started to take interest in it. In fact, over the past year or so, plenty of South African's have invested in cryptos and ... ››› more
If you're an avid reader of MoneyMorning, you've probably heard about “value-traps” - companies that seem cheap because they're trading at a massive discount to its sector, peers or net asset value for a period of time.
But do you know what an “income-trap” is?
Well, they're companies that seem attractive because of their high dividend yields.
You may not believe me, but many i... ››› more
Wouldn't you like to generate returns like 44,400%, 885%, 198% and 110%?
Sounds great right?
Well, the investment opportunity I want to share with you today has achieved exactly that.
These are the kind of returns that could boost your retirement; send you on a fancy holiday anywhere in the world or help you pay off some debt.
That's why, you simply can't ignore this investment op... ››› more
Okay. So you've got in, bought some cryptos, hopefully seen your profits increase and now cashed out for a sizeable gain.
The only thing left to do, before you go spending all that money, is pay your taxes.
I know this is not the most exciting part of the guide, but it's potentially the most important.
You don't want SARS to come knocking at your door, because you didn't pay any tax.
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You've decided you want to invest in cryptocurrencies.
You've opened an account with a cryptocurrency exchange.
You've deposited your money and bought some Bitcoin, Ethereum or another cryptocurrency.
Now how do you make sure your cryptos are secure and stored safely?
Well, before I tell you, you need to know that storing cryptos isn't like storing cash. There are no intermediaries... ››› more
Did you know that in 2017 alone, Bitcoin returned over 1,300% and Ethereum returned over 9,000%?
Amazing isn't it?
But these returns were child's play when you compare them to other cryptos like…
• Ripple, which returned over 36,000%
• NEM, which returned over 29,800%
• Stellar, which returned over 14,400%
You could've made an absolute fortune if you bought any of these cr... ››› more
In the earlier parts of my beginner's guide to investing in cryptos, I covered some general rules for investing in cryptos and the different types of cryptos.
Today, we get to the fun part.
In part three of my beginners guide to investing in cyptos, I'll briefly explain how to structure your crypto portfolio.
But more importantly, I’ll take you through all the steps to buying crypto... ››› more
Welcome to the second part of my “Beginner's guide to investing in crypto”.
Last week, in part one, I covered…
The number one rule for crypto investing
One type of crypto
The best ways to research cryptos.
If you haven’t caught up on part one yet, you can read it here.
Today, we’ll cover more about the different types of cryptos and why you w... ››› more
One of world's most successful investors, Carl Icahn, said in an interview with CNBC.
“Before the earthquake, you get the rumblings and then maybe you don't have an earthquake for 20 years, or 10 years, or five years. But these are the rumblings.”
Carl Icahn was specifically referring to the stock market crash.
The funny thing is, there is no obvious cause for all this. In fact, th... ››› more
I'm sick of reading it. The number of indicators “at levels not seen since 2007” is piling up fast. Some are all-time records. While others are “at levels not seen since 2000.”
Just about all the measures signal we're in for a crash. In just about everything. Except for one asset class. More on that opportunity below.
But first, do warning signs necessarily mean you need to take cove... ››› more
Have you ever heard of ‘GARP' investing?
No, I didn't make it up.
It's actually a four decade-old investment strategy popularised by one of the most successful fund managers to ever live - Peter Lynch.
Peter Lynch used ‘Growth at Reasonable Prices (GARP)' investing to identify stocks with both value and growth qualities. He'd buy companies that demonstrated consistent earnings gr... ››› more
In just a couple of days, around R183 billion was wiped off Steinhoff's market cap. The company's shares have lost over 80%. CEO Markus Jooste resigned with immediate effect.
Investors, asset managers and fund managers lost a fortune!
So what exactly happened?
"Steinhoff has involved itself in some shady dealings which involves accounting irregularities and overstating profits.”
... ››› more
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