As the war between Russia and the Ukraine continues to dominate headlines, we're starting to see a realignment of the global order. The US, and its allies in Europe, are driving the push back against the invasion.
You may find this astonishing (especially if you only get your news from US and European media outlets) but they're finding little support in the rest of the world. South America, Afr... ››› more
Around two decades ago, the biggest companies in the world by market cap were names like Exxon, Walmart and China National Petroleum.
Today, the top companies in the world by market cap are Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft.
But some believe in the next 10 years, there will be a similar turnover…
And a number of them will be companies that form part of the “Cryptocosm”.
Compani... ››› more
The gold price hit $2,000 in the past week.
Right now it's trading as high as $2055.
In rand terms it broke the R1 million per kg level.
Simply put - the gold price is soaring. And that's great news for companies that mine the metal.
Right now, there's one South African miner specifically that I'm really positive about… ----------------------------------------------------------------... ››› more
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