Perhaps you’re saving up some money for a holiday.Or a deposit on a car or house…Maybe it is just some savings for your ‘rainy day’ or emergency account…Whatever it is, we all have savings accounts.Here’s the thing though – if you save correctly you could stand to DOUBLE thereturns on your savings!Let me explain… The ETFs that are better than your savings accountRead More
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One year ago, I told Red Hot Penny Shares investors to grab shares in Bell Equipment.I told investors that: “Bell Equipment released results for the year ended 30 June 2023 and the company had a smashing year!Revenue soared from R4.2 billion to R6 billion, with profit for the period jumping from R210 million to R348 million.”So what’s going on with the company – and where is it headed from here?Read More
In 2022 South Africa’s automotive industry saw a 14% improvement in new car sales.At the same time – sales were still around 50% lower than the 2013 highs…But this recovery trend has suddenly stalled.Interest rates are taking their toll, and consumers are in distress.So – are car sales on the upward or downward trend? And what do they spellfor the two car retailers on the JSE?Read More
In May this year gold shot through the $2,000 level to $2,051. But shortly after the price cratered and by 5 October it hit $1820.Since then, the gold price has jumped again.In fact, gold is at its highest point in the past three months right now. It is up 8.5% currently circling $1,997…Read More
South Africa’s five largest banking companies are worth more than R1.1 trillion!It’s safe to say this is one of the most important sectors in the country’s economy.But how do these five banking stocks compare – and what do the numbers tell investors about them today?Read More
South African banking stocks compared by ROE
In recent weeks there’s been a lot of debate in financial media about banking and whether they show opportunity or not.
So, let’s look at the SA banking sector as an example, and how these stocks rank by ROE, and what it can tell us about these companies…Read More
The price of WTI oil is up from around $80 in August to $91.54, similarly brent crude oil is up from $84 to $95 last week.These sudden increases in the oil price are not great news for inflation in the short term…Energy and fuel are some of the greatest components of our inflation basket.If fuel prices rise, so do transport costs, food production costs, fertilizer costs…And when inflation rises – so do interest rates. But why are oil prices rising?Read More
Since 30 August there have been 22 results releases from companies on the JSE.
Some good, some bad…
And some have been phenomenal.
Right now there are 4 small cap companies that reported results you really need to pay attention to!Read More
In 2017 South African government bonds were cut to ‘junk’ status and then even further in 2020. Then, in early 2023 our country was ‘grey listed’ by the FATF (Financial Action Task Force). The media was full of impending doom...Read More
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