Last week, I mentioned Elon Musk's controversial claim that a falling population would result in a serious threat to humanity. I also briefly touched on my own controversial call on Tesla (TLSA). After the feedback from readers, I've decided to expand on Tesla and my current view on the beaten down tech stocks.
Firstly, it's important to know there has been a lot of buzz around Artificial Intel... ››› more
I recently got a mail from Keith asking about Brait's latest rights offer:
“Hi Francois. Hope all is well with you. I have BAT shares, only 545. Now they have some kind of rights offer and I got 1 BATN, lol. I need to make an election, but I don't understand. Currently the BATN is trading around 1000 c. Take up value is 100,000c. Does it mean I can take up the nil share, it gets added to the 5... ››› more
We all know how ‘Black Friday' sees the most incredible deals in shops every year…
These deals are typically 30%, 40% and 50% discount on everything you buy.
In the same way I foresee great ‘Black Friday' specials on the JSE this year.
What am I talking about?
Well, since 2018 there have been around 35 companies delisted from the JSE. Around 10% of all the small cap shares on... ››› more
The deal is done! This after “shareholders in JSE-listed Gijima have taken up 81.9% of the three million shares the company put up in a rights offer to raise R150 million, with the balance being underwritten,” reports itweb. But is the deal as lucrative as investors hope it will be?
When a company engages in a rights issue, there’s always speculation on the reason why and whether it’ll ... ››› more
“Delta's R1 billion rights offer finalised” - that, according to I-Net Bridge is the latest on the property group's decision to issue 119,047,599 new Delta linked units to qualifying linked unit holders. But what does this actually mean and how do rights offers affect a company's share price? Let's have a look…
Property group Delta has issues its intention to issue a rights offer to its s... ››› more
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