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  • Why you can't ignore the benefits of long-term investing
  • If you opt to invest over the long-term, you can take on more risk in the stock market as if stocks take a knock, you have time on your side to recoup any losses. Another plus to long-term investing is that the longer you invest, the more conservative you can be. This means you don't have to take on higher levels of risk to benefit. Read on to find out more… Why you should invest for... ››› more
  • [25 February 2015]
  • Looking for a new investment strategy? Consider this winning one…
  • When you invest, you should follow a strategy. By sticking with your strategy you're more likely to remain disciplined and focused. And this pays off over the years. Not following a strategy is likely to reflect in the performance of your portfolio. If you're uncertain as to what sort of investment strategy to follow, here's one for you to weigh up… Introducing momentum investing ... ››› more
  • [24 February 2015]
  • Investing 101: How to build a diversified portfolio
  • Investing isn't just limited to buying shares. There are a number of different assets you can hold in your investment portfolio. To reduce your risks, it's a good idea to spread your capital amongst different assets. So what sort of assets should you consider having in your diversified portfolio? Read on to find out… You should always hold some cash You might not think cash has... ››› more
  • [23 February 2015]
  • Why you must cut your losses to be a profitable investor
  • Being a smart investor comes down to the way you manage your risks. The one thing that pulls so many investors' portfolios down is not cutting losses. The impact is huge. Let's take a closer look at why keeping your losses small is so crucial to your investment success… Don’t let losses decimate your investment portfolio Investing all comes down to making money. You invest in sh... ››› more
  • [19 February 2015]
  • Consumer inflation drops nearly 1% on significant fuel price cuts
  • Earlier today, Stats SA released its consumer inflation data for January. The data showed that inflation eased sharply from December to January. The main factor behind the drop in inflation was the lower fuel price. Let's take a closer look at what the data showed… Consumer inflation for January came in at 4.4% Consumer inflation, as measured by the consumer price index (CPI), “... ››› more
  • [18 February 2015]
  • Use this technique to spot a bear market
  • As an investor, you want the market in a sustained upward trend (a bull market). But there are periods when the stock market enters a bear market - the price of stocks starts to trend downwards. So how can you tell if a bear market has arrived? Read on to find out… The best indicator of a bear market The best indicator of the arrival of a bear market is seeing lower highs and l... ››› more
  • [02 February 2015]
  • A simple investment strategy to get you firmly on the path to wealth
  • If you're looking for an investment strategy to help you build long-term wealth, the easier it is, the better. And that's exactly what this investment strategy is. It's easy to follow and you only have to get to grips with one concept. Read on to find out more about this investment strategy… Focus on capital efficiency This investment strategy involves focusing on capital efficien... ››› more
  • [27 January 2015]
  • Stick to these four rules to become the best investor you can
  • If you invest or are thinking about investing, you'll have various forces driving you. These may include building a nest egg, generating an income and growing your wealth. Whatever your reasons for investing are, there are some factors you should always bear in mind. Keep these rules at the forefront of all your investment decisions and you'll be a better and more successful investor as a re... ››› more
  • [23 January 2015]
  • The best way to rebalance your portfolio and reap the benefits
  • When you first invest, you should decide on what asset allocation you're going to stick to. For example, what percentage of your portfolio you'll hold in stocks and what percentage you'll hold in bonds. Over time, the asset allocation of your portfolio will change as their underlying values rise and fall. So every now and then you need to rebalance your portfolio. But what's the best way to ... ››› more
  • [21 January 2015]
  • Why you should hone in on companies that communicate well with their shareholders
  • The JSE's stock exchange news service (SENS) is a vital component of being a listed company. Through SENS, companies communicate to their shareholders and the market. On SENS you'll see results, trading updates, news of potential buyouts, and much more. So can what a company says through SENS give you hints about a business itself? Read on to find out… The importance of shareholde... ››› more
  • [19 January 2015]
  • Investing strategy uncovered: How to ensure you don't fall for a ‘value trap'
  • When you come across a seemingly good company with a share price that seems lower than it should be, before buying you need to check it's not a value trap. So what should you do if a company looks great, but its share price seems abnormally low? It could be a great investment opportunity, but it could be a value trap. Read on to find out what you should do… What is a value trap? ... ››› more
  • [19 January 2015]
  • What's the best way to insure your portfolio against the downside?
  • Chances are you'll have insurance for your house, your car and your life. This helps to protect you against the unknown. But when it comes to your investment portfolio, what's the best form of insurance? Unlike car and home insurance where you don't expect to make a profit, there is a form of investment insurance that could see you making some money. So what is this form of investment in... ››› more
  • [16 January 2015]


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