Consolidated Infrastructure Limited (JSE:CIL) is one of those buy and hold for a decade shares.
The company had a mere R8.32 in net assets in 2011. Today they stand at R21.62 - nearly 200% growth.
CIL also grew revenues from R1.4 billion in 2011, to R4.5 billion in 2016. That's a whopping 221% revenue growth.
And it's profit growth has been just as remarkable as it rode the wave of exp... ››› more
I love being a member of The South African Investor. Every month, the panel of investment experts reveal their favourite wealth building properties to grow and protect your hard-earned wealth.
Last month's issue of the South African Investor was truly something phenomenal. You see, Francois Joubert revealed four of his favourite undervalued investment opportunities in the market right now.
F... ››› more
One of the most renowned economists last century was John Maynard Keynes. As well as being a highly respected economist, he was also a very successful investor.
For a quarter of a century he ran the Kings College of Cambridge's endowment fund with great success. Much of this was down to his style of investing and the rules he followed.
Read on to uncover three top tips that helped Keynes ach... ››› more
By using a straightforward way to value stocks, you can uncover the companies trading at a discount to the market or their competitors.
This way of stock valuation concentrates on cash.
Let's take a closer look…
One way to value stocks
What a company does with its cash is more important than just having cash alone. This is because cash is non-productive.
So when companies have a ... ››› more
It's easy to chuck all emerging markets into the same pot, but the fact is, these markets perform very differently to one another.
There are some emerging markets that have limped along of late, whilst others have put in astonishing performances.
Let's take a closer look at how emerging markets have performed and what to look for if you want to invest…
Overall emerging markets have l... ››› more
Fancy keeping tabs on the economic cycle? It could reveal which sectors you should invest in. Read on to uncover which sectors perform best at each part of the economy's cycle…
To pick sectors that will benefit from prevailing economic conditions can be a very profitable strategy.
Here’s what you need to look out for, explains Gareth Stokes in Fear, Greed and the Stock Market…
The so... ››› more
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