Right now, there are a couple of big trends playing out in stock markets.
Renewable and sustainable energy is a big thing – (see my SA renewables watch list I wrote about last week).
Internet of things, cryptocurrencies and fintech are also a really hot topic. And so are electric vehicles.
Tesla for instance is worth a trillion dollars – around four t... ››› more
The US and global economies may have experienced their single-worst quarter in modern history…
Tech stocks may have been battered again…
But there's a growing optimism in corporate America - especially in tech.
The recent big acquisition announcements in the industry prove this…
5 Must-Watch Stocks f... ››› more
The world is in turmoil!
Although looking at global stock prices you might not believe it.
But let me tell you, despite the insane market recovery, economic chaos and uncertainty are still the order of the day.
And, when you're reviewing your potential investment options, it's not surprising if you feel like you've been dropped in the middle of the jungle with nothing but a survival kn... ››› more
Up until a few years ago, speaking about clouds meant you talking about the weather.
Today, however, clouds also refer to the way we store data outside of the confines of a hard drive or remote computer.
But for savvy investors, clouds are starting to mean something else entirely.
That's because investing in this niche sector of the market, presents an exciting way to profit.
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Black Friday is almost upon us.
And many shoppers are already hunting for potential “Black Friday” bargains.
But I have another idea for you…
As ordinary South Africans head to the stores, set on spending more, owning more and having more, why don't you park the trolley and, instead take this opportunity to treat your future-self.
Now I'm totally for saving money.
And, I ... ››› more
Over the course of 2018 the crypto market shed around $700 billion, or about 84% of its value. But while many were focused on the crypto crash, there was a major announcement in the crypto market that went unnoticed.
In July 2018, Switzerland's stock exchange announced it was building a fully integrated trading, settlement and custody infrastructure for digital assets.
Their g... ››› more
You're probably familiar with SA's successful emerging market tech and media giant: Naspers.
'But as a South African you might not have considered skipping across the water and putting some money to work by investing in its fast growing US eCommerce rival: Amazon.
This US retail behemoth is often overlooked in offshore portfolios, but, I believe, should be a vital inclusion for any investor... ››› more
Over the past decade, there has been a revolution in the way people shop.
Standing in long lines at the checkout is a thing of the past for many consumers who now shop from the comfort of their own home.
And with superb growth in the sector, there's opportunities to profit from the increasing popularity of online shopping.
Let's take a closer look…
The impact of the internet and ... ››› more
Yesterday it emerged that the boss of Amazon, Jeffrey Bezos, bought the Washington Post for $250 million. Read on to find out more about this deal…
The founder of Amazon is buying “The Washington Post and its newspaper assets” for $250 million, reports Fin24.
The “surprise deal” sees one of the United States “most influential publications” in the hands of the “tech entrepreneu... ››› more
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