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  • How a "smart-stop" could save you 19,491%
  • When you buy a stock and it doubles, what do you do? Many investors would sell, feeling that they had made a good profit. Then, they sit on the sidelines and watch as their stock goes higher and higher - cursing that they've sold too soon. Founder of Agora Publishing, Bill Bonner gives a great example of this: Financial writer Richard Russell of the Dow Theory Letters invested in Warren Buff... ››› more
  • [16 April 2015]
  • Cash may underperform stocks and bonds, but you can use it to your advantage
  • Over the long-term, it's almost a certainty that cash will underperform stocks and bonds. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't keep some cash. You should have cash to cover emergencies and to use when opportunities arise in the stock and bond markets. Read on to find out more… How much spare cash should you hold? For prudent financial planning reasons, it makes sense to hold eno... ››› more
  • [14 April 2015]
  • Why diversification reduces your investment risk
  • Diversification is an essential aspect of portfolio management. By not putting all your eggs in one basket, you can reduce the risk you take on when investing. So why does diversification work? And should you bother? Read on to find out more… What is diversification is all about? The idea behind diversification is you spread your stock market risk by investing in a number of diffe... ››› more
  • [10 April 2015]
  • Working out the right asset allocation mix for you
  • Asset allocation, along with portfolio diversification, is all about investing in a mix of asset classes. The asset allocation you select will vary depending on whether you're investing for capital gains or income. And the level of risk you're comfortable with will also have a bearing. So how can you work out what suits you? Read on to find out… What sort of asset allocation suits... ››› more
  • [09 April 2015]
  • How to find shares that could soar in price
  • When you invest in shares on the stock market, you want to see prices rise over time. So what drives a company's share price? And how can you use this to your advantage? Read on to find out… What drives a company’s share price? There are many things that have a bearing on a company’s share price. One thing that can have an impact is corporate profit or the expectations of h... ››› more
  • [07 April 2015]
  • How to pick the right financial instrument to meet your investment goals
  • Before you start investing, you should take time to write down your investment goals. These should range from short-term to long-term. Then you need to decide what financial instruments you're going to use to take you there. These range from cash to geared instruments. So what sort of risks do different financial instruments come with? And what can you expect in terms of returns? Read on ... ››› more
  • [02 April 2015]
  • An investment strategy to help you buy shares at the bottom
  • Investing in shares is all about buying at the lowest price you can and selling for the highest price you can. This maximises your profits. But buying at the bottom isn't an easy thing to do. So how can you improve your chances of buying shares at the best price? Read on to find out… Investment strategy part 1: Trust your research Trying to buy into a share at the best price in... ››› more
  • [02 April 2015]
  • Investment strategy: Find these two signals and you could be onto a winner
  • Trying to find the best investment opportunities isn't easy. You want to uncover solid companies that will perform over the years, rewarding you along the way with a rising share price and the prospect of dividends. So what sort of things can indicate a company is going to be a top performer? Read on to discover two signals that you should watch for… A winning investment strategy... ››› more
  • [01 April 2015]
  • How to invest when the stock market is nearing new highs
  • From the middle of January, stocks on the JSE took a fresh drive higher. This saw the market hitting new all-time highs. So when the market has been performing well, how do you know if you should buy now? What if the market crashes? Here's what you should do… Five things to consider when investing in a bull market #1: Overcome your fear of investing It’s easy to come up with a ... ››› more
  • [01 April 2015]
  • Looking to uncover bargain priced shares? Here's how…
  • The main goal of investing in shares is to buy at one price and sell at a much higher price. The lower the buying price, the higher your chance of making bigger profits. So how can you unearth shares that are trading at bargain prices? Read on to find out… The ins and outs of a company’s book value A company’s book value comes under a number of different terms, such as net ass... ››› more
  • [30 March 2015]
  • How to put your investment mistakes to good use
  • If you've been investing for a few years, it's unlikely that you haven't made one or two bad investments. It happens to the best investors. After all, investing comes with risks. So how can you stop yourself from making these mistakes again with your investment choices? There is one effective way of ensuring you don't make the same mistake twice investing. Read on to find out what it is... ››› more
  • [26 March 2015]
  • Successful investment strategy revealed: How to invest like Warren Buffett
  • Warren Buffett is one of the world's most successful investors. If you could only emulate a fraction of his success, you'd be one happy investor. So what investment strategy does Warren Buffett employ that makes him so successful? Read on to find out… The first step to successful investing To make money on the stock market, it comes down to buying the right share at the right time... ››› more
  • [24 March 2015]
  • Stop losses: How to know when you're wrong about a stock
  • Stop losses are a great way of knowing when it's time to admit you're wrong about a stock you've put money into. But how do you know what level to set your stop loss at? And can you use stop losses to protect your gains too? Read on to find out… When to use stop losses Unless you have nerves of steel and are an extreme value investor like Warren Buffett, stop losses make perfect s... ››› more
  • [24 March 2015]
  • How to pick the best investments to suit your personality
  • Investing is a very personal thing. Everyone is different and this means that different investment strategies are better suited to different people. The key factor is to find an investment strategy that will help you achieve your financial goals, but won't leave you up all night worrying about what the market's going to do next. So how do you know what type of investments are best suited to ... ››› more
  • [23 March 2015]
  • Seeking a return from your money? Here's how to invest it…
  • If you've got some cash in the bank, chances are you're disappointed with the interest you receive. With interest rates still low, bank rates reflect this. So how can you boost your returns over the long-term? You can put your cash to work on the stock market. Let's take a closer look at how you can go about achieving it… The best way to generate a return from your money Investing... ››› more
  • [18 March 2015]

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