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  • How to use the PE ratio to find undervalued shares
  • On the face of it, investing in shares should be easy. You just need to find undervalued shares and wait for them to rise in price. Numerous studies over the years have shown that following an investment strategy of buying shares for less than they're worth is beneficial. It's just a case of waiting and being patient. Value investing should beat the market's performance over the long-term. ... ››› more
  • [08 September 2014]
  • Experts agree - acting on the news will leave you broke
  • So you invest your own money, pick your own shares? And to do so you read as much as possible? You frequent Moneyweb, Fin24, Mining.com, Mining weekly etc. Guess what? Chances are you could be damaging your investment portfolio by being this ‘well informed'! If you read the news this past month your portfolio composition would’ve changed FOUR times Yep – one of the news sites I fr... ››› more
  • [08 September 2014]
  • Investment strategy: The key to finding good companies to invest in
  • When it comes to hunting down good companies to invest in, what sort of investment strategy should you follow? Should you be delving through reams of accounts, calculating key ratios and examining profits? Or is there another way to seek out the best companies for your money? Some analysts believe that finding a good company to invest in should start from the top. In other words, look at the... ››› more
  • [04 September 2014]
  • How to know when it's time to cut your losses with a poorly performing share
  • No investor buys a share thinking that it's not going to perform. You buy a share hoping that it's going to keep increasing in price, making you richer in the process. But as every investor knows, this isn't the case. So when should you sell a share that's not performing? You might want to hold on, just in case the share recovers. Read on to uncover more about selling dud shares… ... ››› more
  • [29 August 2014]
  • With the bull market continuing, where should you look to invest now?
  • The bull market is marching on even though the market has been a bit more volatile of late. So if you have cash to invest, where should you put it? Let's take a closer look… Look to large-cap shares There are always opportunities to make money on the stock market if you’re prepared to do some digging. You might think that as stocks continue to rise, the chance to make money ... ››› more
  • [26 August 2014]
  • Where should your money be? In emerging markets or developed markets?
  • Have you ever wondered how emerging markets, like South Africa, compare to the performance of developed markets like the UK and the US? If you look at the last ten years, emerging markets have been the place for your money to be. The performance of these markets has comfortably beaten their developed counterparts. So what does the future hold? Are emerging markets set to continue to perform?... ››› more
  • [25 August 2014]
  • Why it's crucial you stick to your stop losses
  • Risk management is a vital part of investing and trading. If you have discipline and stick to the risk management strategies you have in place, your portfolio will perform better. Take stop losses for instance. It's easy to set a stop loss when you buy shares, but it's another thing when it comes to sticking to them. You might want to hold on just that little bit longer just in case the share p... ››› more
  • [22 August 2014]
  • One way to ensure you don't take on too much risk as an investor
  • Many investors spend their investment career battling against the market. This leaves them taking on too much risk and not reaping the rewards. You buy into a share. The share price plummets, but you hold on and in the process lose money. Or you buy into a share. The share price rockets, but you sell out quickly to grab profits when there's still a lot more to come. So how can you ensure ... ››› more
  • [22 August 2014]
  • Three tell-tale signs to help you spot financial trouble brewing in a company's accounts
  • Any investor who adheres to fundamental analysis will tell you that your research should hone in on a company's accounts. But it's surprising how many investors who don't spend the time going through them. You'll be amazed at what you can discover in them. And if you know what to look for, you can spot problems before they materialise in the share price. This is great to know if you own sha... ››› more
  • [19 August 2014]


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