Can you believe it's ‘Januworry' again?
I honestly think there's nothing worse than the point when your bank account tells you, you had just a little too much fun over the December holidays.
Thankfully, 2020 could be the very last January you ever feel this way - IF you make this pre-emptive strike today.
The man who bo... ››› Read more
2020 has barely begun yet we're already set to be flooded by hundreds of companies set to report financial results between February and March.
Results releases are even more important for small-cap and penny stocks.
That's because these companies don't have as much interest from institutional analysts - so results announcements are the main way for news about these companies' potential to ... ››› Read more
Most people have notoriously bad memories.
Less than a month ago, the entire country was going through one of the most serious bouts of load shedding we have ever had.
Remember stage 6!!!
Yet after just a few weeks of consistent power supply, many have forgotten what it felt like and that it can return any day now!
Let's recap what happened in December.
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First of all, a very happy New Years to you.
Just being a part of Trading Tips, tells me you're included in that 1% of intellectuals who actually wants to make a difference and improve their financial situation.
So, how do we do that?
First, let's throw out the whole idea of New Year's resolutions.
Think about it. They're truly nothing more than extremely short-term attempts to ta... ››› Read more
Happy New Year and welcome to 2020.
The last time we entered a new decade, the world was recovering from the 08/09 Financial Crisis.
Since then, the US stock market has repeatedly hit new all-time highs (despite some bumps in the road).
And while we know the turning point in the cycle could be around the corner… we have to remember…
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So, you want to invest in JSE-listed penny stocks….
But you don't know where to start?
There are hundreds of stocks out there, and so little freely available information.
Today I'm going to run you through four crucial questions you should ask yourself before making any penny stock investment.
Think of it as the first cut - the criteria with which you can start looking at the pen... ››› Read more
Sometimes taking a contrarian view of a market or investment, can pay off big time…
One of my all-time favourite investors, Benjamin Graham, proved this nearly 100 years - during the Great Depression.
When stocks crashed nearly 70%, Benjamin Graham didn't give up and avoid the stock market.
In fact, he saw this as a perfect opportunity to make money by pinpointing bargain stocks from... ››› Read more
Electricity is fundamental to the way we live our lives. You simply can't live without it. Just consider the disastrous effect of load shedding this past week.
Roads in chaos, stockpiles of food rotting in refrigerators and many downstream services just grinding to a halt.
And yet, if you look at the big picture… And, I'm talking the development of mankind “big picture”, we've only h... ››› Read more
There are 322 shares on the JSE with market capitalisations of lower than R5 billion. These shares (bar a few ETFs and Preference shares) we can call ‘small caps'.
These are the smaller shares on the JSE that don't fit into the Top 40, or the Mid Cap indices.
We can further segment these shares - looking only at PENNY SHARES. These are small caps with share prices below R10. Of these sha... ››› Read more
Q. "Further to your offer, I am considering purchasing the MATI Trader System Programme and the Forex Profit Box.
I am a lifetime member-do I qualify for any additional discounts on these two programmes?"
A. There are no special offers for both trading programmes as already they are at very affordable prices compared to most trading programmes which can normally cost from R15,000 up ... ››› Read more
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