In today's Money Morning…day 6 of your 7-day course…the hard part is actually finding the stocks…how to find potentially profitable small-cap stocks…and more…
Welcome back to your Penny Stock Profits email course.
We're now on Day 6 of 7.
Today we're going to take everything you've learnt and put it all together.
We're going to go from A-Z on finding and buying potentially p... ››› more
In today's Money Morning…day four of your 7 day course…how to look for exploding stocks…what determines whether you should buy or move on?…and more…
Welcome back to your Penny Share Profits email course.
We’re now on Day 4 of 7.
If you missed the email I sent you on Friday, it was all about the four biggest mistakes novice penny share investors make…
The... ››› more
In today's Money Morning…how to approach small-cap investing…how to limit your losses… and more…
Welcome back to your Penny Stock Profits email course.
You’re now up to Day 3 of 7.
If you missed my email on Tuesday, we talked about the hidden market gems and why they have such explosive potential.
We also had a look at why it’s extremely difficult to becom... ››› more
This is the first day of your 7-part series…Penny Stock Profits - How to generate 100%,200%, 300% even 1,000% from some the JSEs sweetest small cap plays.
Over the next 7 days, I’ll show you how you could profit from the pointy end of the JSE.
Of course, I’m talking about small-cap stocks.
Stocks that could hand you gains like 100%, 300%, 1,000%... ››› more
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
Over the past three years the JSE has gone nowhere!
On 4 July, 2014 the JSE All-Share Index stood at 52,060 points.
By the end of 3 July 2016 the same index stood at 52,164.
And yet it's PE is near an all time high of 19.94.
This makes the index ridiculously ‘expensive' and the average investor extremely despondent, crying where's the value.
But I'm hear to tell you, there's ... ››› more
These days with the internet and the wealth of information out there everyone wants to run their own portfolio. And who better to do that, as nobody else cares more for your money than yourself?
The fact is, anyone can manage a stock portfolio.
Just like anyone can drive a car.
But in the same way, it doesn't mean you won't hit a tree or slide off of the road every once in a while.
... ››› more
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
Investing in penny stocks can be an extremely profitable venture, but with that comes higher risks.
This means it's vital you handle your portfolio and risks to deal with this.
So how can you go about doing this?
Read on to find out…
How to manage your penny stocks portfolio
Of the portion of your portfolio you decide to invest in penny stocks, you should aim to invest in be... ››› more
I'm sure you've seen what too much sugar does to a three-year-old…
They become hyper-awctive. They stop listening to all reason.
And as soon as the effect of sugar wears off, they hit a low. Until the next hit of sweetness.
You might be doing the same thing to yourself when you invest.
No, it's not that you're adding too much sugar to your coffee.
The mistake you might be mak... ››› more
The JSE All Share Index is up 1% for the year so far.
The Top 40 index, representative of the most ‘stable' shares on our market is down a miserable 2.25% since 29 December 2015.
And our economy is struggling.
It's fair to say that 2016's been a tough year. Many companies are losing money (or at least making smaller profits), and very few shares are up.
But there are a select gro... ››› more
89 million babies were born around the world this year.
In the same time, 37 million people passed away.
That means the world's population grew by more than 52 million people in only eight months!
That's the equivalent of South Africa's population added to the world.
Imagine that, an entire country gets added to the world every 8 months!
And all of these people need an education,... ››› more
Now that July's wrapped up, this year's second to last ‘earnings season' has come to an end.
Considering the South African economy is teetering on the edge of a recession, results haven't been as great as investors would've liked.
In fact, 14 out of the last 25 companies to publish results have been negative growth.
Nearly two out of every three companies are seeing shrinking profits or... ››› more
Between October 2015 and mid-January 2016 the JSE Resources index crashed 38%. Mining shares were out of favour more than they've ever been.
Since then, the index has recovered some of these losses, becoming one of the best performing sectors on the JSE for 2016.
In fact, since the resource index's January low, it's up 40% for the year so far!
But that doesn't mean you can just up and ... ››› more
The gold price hit $1,354. It's the first time that it's above $1,300 since 2014! That's big news. And since the Brexit, all you hear is how investors are fleeing to the safety of gold.
But I'm much more excited about another precious metal right now.
I'm talking about platinum of course…
The platinum price started 2016 at $820/ounce. Today it's trading $280 higher at $1,100 per ounc... ››› more
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