In November's issue of the South African Investor, I warned readers about two types of “danger” shares lurking on the JSE.
One of these types is called the “High-Yielder”.
Simply these are shares that sit on suspiciously high dividend yields.
You've probably heard me speak about these “income-traps” before, but in the South African Investor, I went further and reveale... ››› Read more
It's that time of year again…
Just like children eagerly wait in anticipation for Santa to deliver presents to them, so do investors.
Investors are waiting for the arrival of stock market profits during Christmas time as well.
This is all because of the Santa Claus rally which is, right now, flooding the mainstream media.
Go to Google, Bloomberg, Business Times and you'll see big ... ››› Read more
If you've been following the news, you'll know that Moody's recently changed its outlook for South Africa to negative. That means our sovereign debt is one step away from ending up in the dustbin.
If that happens, it'll have far reaching consequences for SA Inc. and your locally-held savings and investments.
This isn't something you should take lightly.
You need to protect your hard-ea... ››› Read more
If you hold property stocks, or one of the big four supermarket chains you need to listen up…
A major new finding by the Competition Commission is coming into effect, and it could have far reaching implications for these companies.
Let me show you in more detail.
Is this the secret to becoming a stock market millionaire?
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Q. “I keep seeing special offers for signing up for Forex and trading brokers. I don't want to make a mistake and choose the wrong one. Do you have a list of requirements to make sure I choose the best broker for me?”
A. I am glad you asked this question.
My social media platforms have also been filled with advertisements from brokers that are offering different ‘Black... ››› Read more
The Rand has strengthened against the majors over the past few weeks, but it has lost momentum and can't break below a key support level.
We have our third quarter GDP numbers out at 11h30.
With trade war uncertainty that hasn't abated and the VIX (aka the fear gauge) climbing from below 12 to above 14, we should see the Rand weaken against the majors over the next week or two.
When the ... ››› Read more
This is sad but you need to know.
Today, I am taking yet another company off my trading watchlist.
Since June we've seen this telecommunications giant' share price crash from R100 down to R46.00 per share.
That's a 54% sharp drop which signals MAJOR red flags when it comes to trading.
In today's article, we'll go into four reasons why Telkom is getting killed, where i... ››› Read more
You can spend a lot of time searching for stocks to buy.
You can study for hours and learn how to analyse stock charts and company's balance sheets. You can spend hours going over financial statements.
But if you're like a lot of people, you don't have the interest or the time. You've got a job and a family, and they keep you busy.
The good news is there's a shortcut around doing all t... ››› Read more
It's crucial for all sports bettors to evolve their NFL betting strategy.
That's if you want to be on the winning end of the bet!
And the best way is to look at net Yards per Play to find your next profitable opportunity.
It's a simple calculation that exploits discrepancies in the football market.
And it's one I'm dying to share with you…
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While it may have been just another ordinary Thursday afternoon to you and me, for eight South Africans sitting around a table in a small boardroom in Pretoria, things looked very different.
These eight people held the fate of the country in their hands.
Call things right, and they may just put SA's ailing economy back on track. Call things wrong, and they could decimate the rand, stifle g... ››› Read more
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