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  • If you make one investing New Year's resolution, make it this…
  • Consider this… From 2013 to 2015, South Africa's listed property sector has achieved a 17% annual average return. Over the same period, that's: Five times more than what SA bonds returned Three times more than what SA cash returned 3% better return than what SA equities has achieved But the many investors who allocated a large portion of their wealth into listed property in 201... ››› more
  • [11 January 2017]
  • Five things to consider when purchasing your next property
  • When you first decide to invest in a property the excitement pumps you up. Your heart starts racing, you already see the cash rolling in… But before your ambitions run away with your good judgement you should take a step back and evaluate whether the property you're looking to invest in will provide you with growth - or is it a cash-trap that'll suck your wallet dry. What to look for in ... ››› more
  • [15 December 2016]
  • Four things I wish I'd known before I started investing in property
  • I bought my first rental property at the age of 22. Luckily it turned out a great investment. But since then I've learnt a lot. Truth be told, there's a heap of things I wish someone had told me about when I first got started in property back then. The time, the money it could've saved me... I sure as heck would have gone a lot further a lot faster if I'd had a clue about some things. ... ››› more
  • [16 November 2016]
  • Trumpoline stock to buy right now…
  • It's been a tough few years for the construction industry but now that Donald Trump is president of the United States things are starting to look up. The Trump presidency is turning out to be very bullish for the equity markets and especially the construction sector which will be helped by the new fiscal policy stance. Today's FTSE 100 stock has been touted as a potential beneficiary from an... ››› more
  • [16 November 2016]
  • Your burning CFD questions have been answered!
  • Below you'll find important questions and answers about CFD trading… Enjoy today's Q&A on CFDs. CFDs versus Share Codes   Q “Are the CFD share symbols codes the same as for normal shares? How do you distinguish between CFD and normal share?”   A The CFD is just the derivative of the share...   So you're not buying a share, you're buying the exposure... ››› more
  • [10 November 2016]
  • Have you thought about what you're going to do with your bonus?
  • It's coming to that time of year when many people may have an end of year bonus to look forward to. Whilst your first thought may be to go out and splash it, you should resist the temptation. So what should you do with your bonus instead? Read on to find out… What you can do with your bonus There are definitely ways you can put your bonus to better work than splashing it on u... ››› more
  • [04 November 2016]
  • South Africa's deep mines are dying - but these companies are set to profit big time!
  • South Africa sits with the ‘achievement' of having 8 out of the world's ten deepest mines. While this is clearly an achievement in engineering - it's a problem specifically for our gold mining industry. Production costs have skyrocketed, accidents in the deep mines make it even more difficult to profit. In fact, in the 1970's South Africa produced as much as 80% of the world's gold,... ››› more
  • [05 October 2016]
  • How these penny shares grow profits by 30%, 50% while the JSE moves 1% for the year!
  • The JSE All Share Index is up 1% for the year so far. The Top 40 index, representative of the most ‘stable' shares on our market is down a miserable 2.25% since 29 December 2015. And our economy is struggling. It's fair to say that 2016's been a tough year. Many companies are losing money (or at least making smaller profits), and very few shares are up. But there are a select gro... ››› more
  • [28 September 2016]
  • The one risk investors have complete control over, but most often overlook…
  • Most types of risks for investors are almost impossible control. Take politics for example - You have no control over what the Government says or does that could affect the markets. But there's one type of risk an investor can control - The risk of paying too much for a stock. Let me explain…     ------- Special Announcement -------    This ... ››› more
  • [26 September 2016]
  • How South Africans can profit from Europe's fastest growing economy…
  • When you think of Europe's fastest growing economies, who comes to mind? Switzerland?, Germany?, maybe Netherlands? No it's none of them. The fastest growing economies in Europe consist of countries you don't hear much about in the news. I'm talking about Malta, Luxembourg, Romania and Poland. These countries' economies are expected to grow more than double the Eurozone's in 2016 and b... ››› more
  • [12 September 2016]
  • How to become a property developer and landlord - overnight!
  • There's no denying it. Property is one of the best performing sectors of the JSE, year in, and year out. In fact, a quick look at the SAPY property index shows that it returned 1,035% between the start of August 2004 and August 2016. In comparison the JSE All-Share index returned 626% including dividends… Clearly property is a top performing sector. What's even better - with list... ››› more
  • [31 August 2016]
  • Two experts who predicted the 2008 crash are predicting a crash in 2016
  • Only eight years ago, the global financial markets went through one of the worst events in the history of formalised trading. In 2008, the American property bubble burst. In less than a week, investors around the world lost their retirement savings, homes and investments. The impact of the crisis quickly spread across the globe as billions were wiped out of the market. The Jerome Levy Fore... ››› more
  • [25 August 2016]
  • Are you investing yourself broke through property
  • I was recently at a property auction. The developer of a complex had been liquidated and was left with 7 apartments that needed to be sold on auction. Before the auction these properties were advertised for around R560,000. And there was not much interest in them. Considering they could fetch around R5,200 in rental per month I hoped to pick one or two up for a bargain at the auction…  ... ››› more
  • [25 August 2016]
  • 21 Complex terms experienced investors use - that you don't need to be intimidated by
  • Do you walk into a room full of investors and struggle to understand what's going on around you? Are you lost in the jargon and anxious that someone is going to ask you a question, you just can't answer? Well, if that sounds like you then I have some good news. You don't need to play second fiddle to your investment advisor, your broker or even your smarty-pants friends. You don't need t... ››› more
  • [23 August 2016]
  • The top penny stocks to buy after this earnings season
  • Now that July's wrapped up, this year's second to last ‘earnings season' has come to an end. Considering the South African economy is teetering on the edge of a recession, results haven't been as great as investors would've liked. In fact, 14 out of the last 25 companies to publish results have been negative growth. Nearly two out of every three companies are seeing shrinking profits or... ››› more
  • [11 August 2016]
  • You can make more money working three days a week
  • How many days do you work in a week? Five, six maybe even seven? Do you spend 8 to 12 hours at work, drive home and then spend another 2 or 3 hours on your laptop? Do you enjoy doing this? I'll be honest. I was just like you. I spent 90% of my day working my fingers to the bone. I hardly saw my family during the week or even on the weekends. Then, I burnt out. I spent a week st... ››› more
  • [11 August 2016]
  • Nine essential investment tips every woman must know about
  • August is Women's Month. As South Africa celebrates the role women played in the liberation of the country against apartheid, the women of South Africa are now facing a new struggle. That's the fight for financial equality. Not only is the investment world still largely dominated by men, a large number of households still rely on men for financial security. The good news is that the stereo... ››› more
  • [11 August 2016]
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