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  • Up 37.5% in 2 months, and this share is still running thanks to this catalyst
  • Wescoal's share price is up from 160cps on 19 April 2018, to 220c today. That's a 37.5% increase in two months! And I'm expecting more upside. You see, as I recently told my Red Hot Penny Shares readers, Wescoal should hit fourfold production growth in 2018/2018 compared to 2016. And even though Wescoal is still 19% below its 2017 high, there's more than enough evidence to suggest the ... ››› more
  • [21 June 2018]
  • The Real Secret to Stock Market Profits
  • Did you know in a 200-year period, nothing has come close to matching the long-term compounded returns of stocks? In a study conducted by University of Pennsylvania finance professor, Jeremy Siegel, showed that every $1 invested in: • Treasury Bills, grew to $5,061 • Bonds were worth $18,235 • Gold rose to $32.84 204 And stocks returned a phenomenal $12.7 million. But do... ››› more
  • [11 June 2018]
  • "It's not often I give up details on two great shares to buy
  • Extremely wealthy people don't invest in ETF's. They don't buy properties from estate agent listings… They buy into private deals. They buy businesses before they even list on the stock market… And, they typically do the opposite of what textbooks tell you to do… They don't invest in hundreds of businesses and ‘diversify' their holdings by industry, country and market… They tend to... ››› more
  • [07 June 2018]
  • The Ramaphoria optimism has not resulted in any tangible results in Q1
  • Q1 GDP coming out at -2.2%, the worst since Q1 2009, reflects that the Ramaphoria optimism has not resulted in any tangible results and likely kept investors complacent. The rand strength is hard to explain and perhaps it will weaken while investors and portfolio managers digest the impact of these GDP figures on their investments. Look to pick up the quality rand hedges that have been sol... ››› more
  • [05 June 2018]
  • Eskom's coal drive boosts miners - this one is set to benefit most
  • Eskom said earlier this month at its State of the System update it got National Treasury approval to embark on a major coal procurement. All in all Eskom needs to lock in about 85% of its primary energy requirements, which is in excess of 100 million tons of coal per year. At the same time, the price of export coal has soared. In short, this situation is a massive positive for coal miners.... ››› more
  • [30 May 2018]
  • Bye bye Eskom
  • There is only one way to profit from Eskom's Coal Cliff - and SA's energy revolution and that is to invest in these Three Penny Stock Eruptors: HERE'S HOW TO CLAIM YOUR COPY TODAY Read it and you will discover:   Penny Stock Eruptor #1: A coal miner that's set to quadruple production and come to Eskom's rescue   Penny Stock Eruptor #2: The only such business in Africa, with th... ››› more
  • [14 May 2018]
  • With Eskom in trouble - Here's how you can make money
  • There is only one way to profit from Eskom's Coal Cliff - and SA's new energy revolution and that is to invest in these three Penny Stock Eruptors: Penny Stock Eruptor #1: A coal miner that's set to quadruple production and come to Eskom's rescue Penny Stock Eruptor #2: The only such business in Africa, with the technology to turn refuse into electricity Penny Stock Eruptor #3: A So... ››› more
  • [10 May 2018]
  • Your chance to join the NEXT multi-millionaire's club
  • Did you know that every decade since the 1970's, the world has been defined by a core technological breakthrough? And people who recognised these breakthroughs, turned into multi-millionaires, even billionaires. You see, in the 1970's, mainframe computers emerged, which saw the rise of IBM. In the 1980's, personal computers went mainstream, which saw Apple, Microsoft and Hewlett-Packar... ››› more
  • [08 May 2018]
  • The Eskom Coal Cliff - A Gift you shouldn't waste
  • There are two approaches to making money from the markets. The well-trodden path. The path almost everyone seems to take. The one that grinds out a decent return over the course of a life. Safety first. If you're patient, if you're willing to wait 30 or 40 years for a meaningful return on your capital… that is the path for you. Go out today, buy an ETF and never look at an individual sha... ››› more
  • [03 May 2018]
  • Why you should be digging for discount dividend stocks
  • There's an old saying on Wall Street that says, "Profits are a matter of opinion, but dividends are a matter of fact." And simply put - I believe too few investors are giving sufficient attention to many of the incredible dividend paying stocks on the JSE… If you're like me, into fast moving high return shares, you know its even more difficult finding small cap companies that pay a divid... ››› more
  • [02 May 2018]
  • What kind of investor are you?
  • Whether you've been an investor for years, or you've just decided you want to start investing money, you need to know what kind of an investor you are. The reason is, if you understand what kind of investor you are, you can understand what your risk profile is. That matters, because - there's no use in investing in bonds if you are an aggressive investor looking to double your money in a y... ››› more
  • [23 April 2018]
  • I have R6,000 and want to start investing - but I know NOTHING of shares
  • I received a letter from Louis recently: “Hi Francois,   I have saved R6,000 in the last six months, and while I want to continue this savings I want my money to start growing as well.   I realise I won’t necessarily make thousands from the get-go, but I want to become more knowledgeable about investing, and start making money for my retirement one day.   I want... ››› more
  • [08 March 2018]
  • A dangerous trend to watch out for on the JSE - and Warren Buffett's advice
  • In the past month or two, I've realized a worrying trend on the JSE. This trend has been behind Sibanye Gold's 58% drop in the past year. It's also been behind Woolies losing 25% of its value since 2016, and Brait dropping 41%. What is this trend? Well, it's “making offshore acquisitions at ALL costs”… And Warren Buffett has just warned investors against the trend. Let me... ››› more
  • [28 February 2018]
  • These JSE companies are selling at their biggest discounts in years
  • These are the “widest discounts to sum of the parts I have tracked in many years; I see … excellent long term value here…” These are the words from a fellow analyst regarding two specific JSE listed investment companies. Following his statement, I had a deeper look at the two he refers to as well as other companies. And what I found is astounding. Businesses are selling at 15%, ... ››› more
  • [22 February 2018]
  • Three predictions for stock market success in 2018
  • It's a new year and, as customary, I'm sharing a couple of insights that I believe will shape the stock market, our economy, and the world we see around us every day. 2017 was a year dominated by two themes. The first one being, politics, drove the South African economy, investor sentiment and our currency. The second was probably a symptom of the first. Because politics dominated ever... ››› more
  • [12 February 2018]
  • The JSE's ‘honeymoon' phase is taking shares higher, how long will it last?
  • I can remember my honeymoon like yesterday. We were crazy in love. And for months afterward this euphoric phase continued. I could make no mistake in her eyes, nor she in mine. Everything was perfect. Then suddenly reality struck. Our first big fight after getting married. And suddenly we realized being married is tough, and the good times go hand in hand with the tough ones…... ››› more
  • [25 January 2018]
  • Here's why I am all for the ANC's land expropriation plans
  • During its December conference the ANC vowed that, it would expropriate land and put it in the hands of the people. The news is full of headlines like: ANC NEC wants land expropriation 'urgently'   The ANC is making false promises of land expropriation   #Ramaphosa says ruling party is committed to land expropriation   And I can already see the pictures ... ››› more
  • [17 January 2018]
  • The most important thing in property investing - and it's not having a lot of capital…
  • If there's no cash in a business, it's dead. The most recent spectacular crash in Steinhoff shares is proof of that. It is no different for property. If your property doesn't generate a positive cash flow - the investment is dead in the water. Choosing to lose money isn't a valid investment strategy It's all too often that I hear investors say “I'm not making money on the property ... ››› more
  • [12 January 2018]
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