Tucked away in an unexplored corner of the JSE is a hundred or more little known small companies.
History has proven to be them the best performers on the stock market over extended periods.
And it's from this forgotten corner of the market that we've made returns like:
• 109% on Adapt IT,
• 129% on Conduit Capital and
• 221% on Santova
All these gains in a little more than... ››› more
I get it… This has been a tough start to 2016.
Between 28 December 2015 and 21 January 2016 the JSE handed you a ‘New Year's' gift of -11% and the market is still down year to date.
And when you look at the largest companies on the JSE, the concerns don't magically disappear…
Intu Properties reported a 10.6% decrease in earnings for the year, Liberty Holdings profit dropped about... ››› more
Do you often see big moves in the Forex market but always find yourself missing out?
You know, the ones where you see the price move in one direction for days, weeks and even months? Almost as if nothing can stop them.
Do you have a nasty habit where you close your trade only because it's gone a little bit against you, and get scared because it might result in a loss?
If you answered “... ››› more
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