On 28 March 2019 Argent Industrial announced it bought R11.5 million of its own shares back.
Rolfes Technology Holdings directors have also been on the acquisition road.
On 2 April Chris Seabrooke bought R2.3 million worth of shares in the company, and then on 9 April CEO, Richard Buttle, bought R572,764 shares back in the company.
Then there's Santova directors that have bought R13.4 mil... ››› more
The JSE is at the whim of global sentiment. And one thing every investor should remember is sentiment drives prices, but company values change much slower.
This provides investors with opportunities to accumulate mispriced shares at much lower prices than they previously did or could.
As the market takes a leg lower, investors should look to accumulate quality companies on the cheap.
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As an investor, one of the worst things you can do is pay too much for a share.
If you pay too much and the market has priced in too high an expectation of the company, you're sure to lose money on your investment.
To avoid this risk, you need to find a strategy to help you uncover very cheap stocks.
One popular strategy for finding cheap stocks can actually leave you investing in a fina... ››› more
If you're looking for ways to unearth winning shares to invest in, you can follow a value investment strategy.
This involves looking for shares that are undervalued. You may think the price earnings (PE) ratio is the only way to do this, but there is a better valuation method you can use.
Read on to find out all about it…
The key to finding undervalued shares
Wesley Gray is an Ame... ››› more
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