Every year, you see thousands of analyst tips, and evaluations of different companies and markets.
And the reality is, most of this analysis falls on deaf ears. In good times, the majority of investors just don't care about analysis so long as they're making money.
But there is a time when you need to pay attention to what analysts are saying. In fact, reports show that when analysts are mos... ››› more
“In recent months, it seems as though investors have completely lost interest in the resource stock story. I, for one, can't think of a single commodity-specific boom.
In fact, investors have focused so much effort on dividend stocks and other booming sectors such as technology that they've forgotten about the moneymaking possibilities in resource stocks.
My bet is that attitude is about t... ››› more
Shares of major global mining companies like BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Vale peaked in early 2011. These miners produce important commodities like coal, iron ore, copper etc... However, the US economy struggled, the European economy fell into recession and the growth in China slowed. Read on to discover one big sign the bear market in mining is finally over...
Those economies are the engine tha... ››› more
Technical analysis is a system of selecting shares that some investors heavily rely on. By studying past price movements of shares, technical analysts hope to predict the future movement of share prices. But where did the idea come from? You might be surprised to learn that technical analysis was born over 100 years ago…
The acknowledged father of technical analysis is the American journalist,... ››› more
Stock markets around the world have fallen today. And there's no respite for the JSE. Here's what's going on and why it's made the markets so skittish…
The global markets are plagued with uncertainty at the moment.
No one knows what’s going to happen in Japan or the States, and this is knocking on to the markets.
Worse hit are emerging markets who are the victims of abandonment in time... ››› more
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