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  • The JSE targets record highs as interest rates are cut - Two to buy and two to Sell
  • The JSE targets record highs as interest rates are cut - Two to buy and two to Sell
    Last week's interest rate cut of 25 basis points (0.25%) has boosted retailers and shares with high debt levels. Improving sentiment and the prospect of a boost to economic growth provided support for the Rand. Earning season is in full swing, as of Friday, 19% of the companies in the S&P 500 had reported results for Q2 2017 and 73% had beaten earnings and sales expectations. In the we... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • The JSE's top 20 "No money down" shares
  • The JSE's top 20
    What if I told you, that you could get a big business for free? You don't have to put money down, but you'd own a portion of a franchise store, a farm or a factory… Sounds too good to be true. But the fact is, right now there are scores of opportunities like this on the JSE. I call them “No money down shares”. Simply put, these are companies where if you pay for a portion of ... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • The stars are aligning for global growth and investors love it
  • The stars are aligning for global growth and investors love it
    Global stocks are making record high after record high on the back of monetary policy that remains accommodative globally, inflation that's surprisingly low, the oil price below $50 and improving manufacturing data. All this positivity is feeding into investor sentiment and it appears the rally that started out as a “Trump Bump” is growing stronger daily. Locally, it's all about confid... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • You need to think twice before betting on a rising oil price again…
  • You need to think twice before betting on a rising oil price again…
    WTI Crude oil hit a low of $22 a barrel in early 2016. It then rose for much of the year, ending the year at $53. But since the start of 2017, the oil price is down around 12% to $46.60. So, with the oil price at lows, should you look at investing in the oil sector again? Is demand growing fast enough or is supply still too high? *****************************   Get everyt... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • How the world's fastest growing car producer is shaking up the commodities market
  • How the world's fastest growing car producer is shaking up the commodities market
    The revolution in electric vehicles set to upturn industries from energy to infrastructure is also creating winners and losers within the world's biggest commodities markets. When Tesla first passed Ford's market cap, it was a big deal. The bigger news came later, when the electric automaker passed General Motors. Now Tesla's technological revolution in electric cars has paid off again.... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • Zuma stays, while Trump picks a fight with North Korea - One to buy and one to sell
  • Zuma stays, while Trump picks a fight with North Korea - One to buy and one to sell
    Global markets have retreated over the past week as tensions rose on Trumps threats directed at North Korea. Tensions will subside and global markets will continue their rallies on the back of positive earnings surprises. The big earnings release for our market will be Tencent's (due to Nasper's stake in it) that will be released in the early hours of Wednesday. All 32 major analysts tha... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • Finally, a great buying opportunity for this gold stock
  • Finally, a great buying opportunity for this gold stock
    The gold price in rand terms just hit its highest levels since April this year. It has averaged around R16,400 per ounce for 2017, with a spike to R17,600 in April following Pravin Gordhan's axing. More recently, the rand has weakened following yet another unsuccessful vote of no confidence in President Zuma. At the same time, the dollar price of gold spiked with tensions between the U... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • The fastest growing investment sectors in South Africa - and where I'm putting my money
  • The fastest growing investment sectors in South Africa - and where I'm putting my money
    Over the past three years, the JSE's Financial index would've made you around 7%. The JSE's Industrial's index would've returned around 27%, and had you invested in the Resources Index, you'd have lost a whopping 38% over the same period. Clearly, you need to pay attention to where you're investing if you want to make money in today's tough market. So, as we're heading into the last qu... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • How K.I.S.S can drastically improve your investment decisions
  • How K.I.S.S can drastically improve your investment decisions
    Today I'm going to explain an investment concept you may not have seen applied in the investment world. But, I guarantee if you implement it today, it can drastically improve your investment decision-making as well as your overall portfolio performance. In fact, two of the most successful investors - Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch used it to consistently pick winning investments. Today... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • One week ago I told investors I love this sector, and now…
  • One week ago I told investors I love this sector, and now…
    Last week I told investors: “There's one sector I'm more excited about than any… It's deemed one of the fastest growing sectors in South Africa! For comparison, in 2016 the South African economy grew by 0.3%. The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector grew at a whopping 5% - more than 15 times faster according to an International Data Corporation report. What's more... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • Profiting from short term volatility - One to buy with one to sell
  • Profiting from short term volatility - One to buy with one to sell
    We had a good week for our short-term trades. • Sasol for a 6.71% gain • Vodacom for 10.33% gain • Sibanye for a 30% All ungeared, see position updates below. Paying too much for your retirement savings?   The weekend press has again highlighted the impact of costs your retirement savings. Most older policy are paying the industry norm of 3% and higher. It’s a littl... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • Bitcoin - A new world currency…
  • Bitcoin - A new world currency…
    Bitcoin - A new world currency… If you had to ask most people to name a digital currency, the first answer you'd probably hear is Bitcoin. Since 2009, Bitcoin has swept across the world offering new ways for people to transact, transfer money and even make money. But how did bitcoin come to be? Well first we have to go back to before Bitcoin was even an idea… The Liberty dolla... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • Here's how rain - and drought are affecting some of the top penny shares
  • Here's how rain - and drought are affecting some of the top penny shares
    The northern half of South Africa had good rains in the past rainy season, and the rains predicted for this summer are also decent. The Western and Northern Cape however still haven't had the rain (and snow) needed to top up dam levels and put them in the clear. So how is this affecting businesses? Construction in Cape Town is struggling   The construction industry in the We... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • The easiest mistake investors make when looking at shares
  • The easiest mistake investors make when looking at shares
    One of the easiest, and most popular ways to check if a share is a buy or sell in the stock market is to take the price of the stock or a pool of stocks, and then divide that by earnings. This is the price/earnings (PE) ratio. When the PE ratio is above some longer-term average, the stock is considered expensive - and possibly a sell. When it's below average, it's considered cheap - an... ››› more
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