I don't often make predictions.
And, I simply don't like being wrong…
But every once in a while, the evidence is so conclusive … I simply cannot ignore it.
You see, some four years ago, I uncovered a report which indicated the coalmines that supply Eskom would reach the end of their lives between 2010 and 2020.
And I told investors:
In the next three years, w... ››› more
The world's richest and most powerful are buying crypto.
No I'm not talking about…
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg
Legendary investor Warren Buffett
Microsoft’s CEO, Bill Gates
Not even the world’s richest person, Amazon owner, Jeff Bezos.
I’m talking about people whose wealth spans hundreds of billions.
Don’t know who I’m talk... ››› more
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
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
Recently while watching the soccer at my local pub, a regular face approached me grinning from ear to ear.
Immediately I said, “So I guess the next rounds on you?”
To which he replied, “Your whole tab is on me!”
You see, earlier that month I gave him a piece of advice that seemed to be the last piece to his betting strategy.
He has seen his bankroll rise up by 20% in the last m... ››› more
It came as a shock to most investors when the Steinhoff scandal was exposed in December 2017.
The share dropping 96% didn't just hurt unaware investors though.
Some of the biggest investment funds in Africa got hit, including the Public Investment Corporation.
This article isn't about to tell you that you could've predicted the Steinhoff debacle…
But what I want to tell you is h... ››› more
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
Right now, we are living through a revolution in money - the cryptocurrency revolution.
I'm sure by now, you already know the potential of cryptocurrencies and how they're minting new millionaires every day.
The more mainstream cryptos have become, the more people have started to take interest in it. In fact, over the past year or so, plenty of South African's have invested in cryptos and ... ››› more
The market sold off strongly last week Wednesday, but only in the morning. This was an opportunity for the market to reset, find a bottom and allow buyers with fresh capital to come in.
The ALSI future came within a couple points of its 200-week moving average, a level which it has bounced from strongly, since 2014.
It's seen a peak to pull back over 14%, that's a healthy correction and cur... ››› more
If you're an avid reader of MoneyMorning, you've probably heard about “value-traps” - companies that seem cheap because they're trading at a massive discount to its sector, peers or net asset value for a period of time.
But do you know what an “income-trap” is?
Well, they're companies that seem attractive because of their high dividend yields.
You may not believe me, but many i... ››› more
Global markets typically have a good run in April before the “Sell in May and Go Away” period, but the spike in volatility in February and March has shaken investors. With global markets down year to date, we should see investors buy this dip and a potential run up in April that will make up for 2018's rocky first quarter.
The below graph shows the S&P 500's average monthly return for the ... ››› more
Wouldn't you like to generate returns like 44,400%, 885%, 198% and 110%?
Sounds great right?
Well, the investment opportunity I want to share with you today has achieved exactly that.
These are the kind of returns that could boost your retirement; send you on a fancy holiday anywhere in the world or help you pay off some debt.
That's why, you simply can't ignore this investment op... ››› more
Okay. So you've got in, bought some cryptos, hopefully seen your profits increase and now cashed out for a sizeable gain.
The only thing left to do, before you go spending all that money, is pay your taxes.
I know this is not the most exciting part of the guide, but it's potentially the most important.
You don't want SARS to come knocking at your door, because you didn't pay any tax.
... ››› more
You've decided you want to invest in cryptocurrencies.
You've opened an account with a cryptocurrency exchange.
You've deposited your money and bought some Bitcoin, Ethereum or another cryptocurrency.
Now how do you make sure your cryptos are secure and stored safely?
Well, before I tell you, you need to know that storing cryptos isn't like storing cash. There are no intermediaries... ››› more
Regular readers will recall I wrote an article a few weeks ago, which claimed that investing the full Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) allowance for your new-born child would turn him into a billionaire by the time he retired.
Even after the effects of inflation, this investment would mean R200,000 per month income, in today's money.
An explosive claim, I know, but one that I can back up wi... ››› more
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