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  • What you need to know about investing successfully in small-caps
  • If you're prepared to put in a lot of groundwork, investing in small-cap stocks can be a great way to find opportunities to make large returns. So how can you invest successfully in the smaller companies on the JSE? Read on to find out… The appeal of small-caps Many investors are attracted to small-caps and penny stocks as there’s the chance they’ll unearth a future corporate ... ››› more
  • [26 March 2015]
  • The important role the AltX plays and how you can benefit from it
  • The AltX is Johannesburg Stock Exchange's board for small, fast growing companies. The AltX plays an important role in the stock market in South Africa. So what is that role? And how can you benefit from the AltX? Read on to find out… The role of the AltX The AltX offers small, growing companies a way to raise money. By listing on the AltX, these smaller businesses can raise ca... ››› more
  • [24 March 2015]
  • Why you should look to invest in penny stocks paying dividends
  • If you invest in dividend paying companies, chances are you have shares in many of the large, established companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. These companies have surplus cash flow, which they distribute back to their shareholders. So what about penny stocks that pay dividends? Are they worth looking at? Read on to find out… Penny stocks paying dividends are rare Gene... ››› more
  • [20 March 2015]
  • What to consider before investing in stocks on the AltX
  • The AltX is the Johannesburg Stock Exchange's board for small and medium sized companies. Since launching in 2003, more than 100 companies have listed on it. So what makes the AltX different from the JSE's main board? And how can you pinpoint the stocks with the best future potential? Let's take a closer look… The characteristics of the AltX What makes the AltX appealing to compan... ››› more
  • [16 March 2015]
  • 'Spin Offs' - Do you have the guts to invest in these unwanted companies?
  • You don't need to be rich or smart to make money in the stock market. You don't need fancy qualifications or an extensive network of informants. Sometimes all you need is to go against the crowd. You need to be able to buy what everyone's written off as bad. And then you need the power of will to stick with your decision and wait for the tide to turn, as it almost always does… Hear m... ››› more
  • [11 March 2015]
  • How much money should you invest in penny stocks?
  • Penny stocks are speculative investments. Whilst there's a chance you'll hit it big and make large profits, there's also the risk that a penny stock will flop. So how much of your portfolio should you invest in penny stocks? And how much should you invest in each penny stock? Read on to find out… How much of your portfolio should be in penny stocks? Penny stocks are more risky tha... ››› more
  • [02 March 2015]
  • How to give your cash the best chance of success in penny stocks
  • Investing in penny stocks can be a risky business. But there is a way to increase your chances of investing in a successful penny stock. So what is it? Read on to find out… Newly listed penny stocks are risky Buying shares in newly listed companies can be very risky. The hype surrounding new listings can push up prices, which inevitably, the company can’t live up to. The lead... ››› more
  • [23 February 2015]
  • As the mining sector burns, these three penny stocks are set to rocket
  • We all know mining companies are having a hard time these days. Through strikes, regulatory uncertainty and low commodity prices many mines are closing today. But that's where the opportunity lies right now. It's in a sector that's hit rock bottom. Prices for this commodity are down 50% and more in the past three years. Mines are closing left right and centre and investors have all but given up... ››› more
  • [23 February 2015]
  • Why it's worth waiting before investing in a new penny stock
  • When a company lists on the stock market, there can be a lot of hype. There's the prospect of making quick gains and this gets investors all excited. But new companies still have to find their feet. The market needs time to assess their worth. And this is even more so for penny stocks. So if you want to buy into a newly listed penny stock, it could pay to be patient. Here's why… ... ››› more
  • [19 February 2015]
  • Looking for promising penny stocks? Have a look at what the AltX has to offer
  • If you want to invest in smaller companies that have the potential for growth and expansion over the years, you should look at the AltX. So what is the AltX? And what sort of companies can you expect to find there? Let's take a closer look… The role of the AltX The AltX is the Johannesburg Stock Exchange’s alternative exchange. It runs in parallel to the JSE’s main board. L... ››› more
  • [17 February 2015]
  • Give your portfolio a boost and invest in penny stocks for the long-term
  • Historically, penny stocks have performed well over the long-term, outperforming large-cap stocks. So to benefit from this potential outperformance, you have to invest in them. And the secret to really boosting your returns is investing in penny stocks for the long-term. Let's take a closer look… The performance of small-caps Elroy Dimson and Paul Marsh are both professors of Lond... ››› more
  • [10 February 2015]
  • When penny stocks perform
  • Penny stocks have the potential to perform very well. In fact, they have the potential to put in a better performance than their large-cap counterparts. But penny stocks are sensitive. If the economy is under pressure, they stand to perform badly. Let's take a closer look at how penny stocks have performed and what could lie in store for them… Half a century ago, investing in stocks ... ››› more
  • [05 February 2015]
  • Why you should steer clear of the stock market rumour mill, especially with penny stocks
  • If you put money into any stocks, it's understandable that you may want to check what's happening with the company from time to time. And this includes reading information about a company that may not have come from it directly. But you should be cautious about the information you act on if it's not from the company itself. It could be based on nothing. And this is especially the case with penn... ››› more
  • [28 January 2015]

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