South Africa is making some progress toward adding new generation to its underpowered electricity grid.
The government recently signed a power purchase agreement with Scatec SA for 150 megawatts of capacity from private projects.
Scatec is an Oslo-based company that constructs solar and battery storage technology. Ultimately, this deal (and future renewable energy projects) will do a lot to ... ››› more
You've heard the term ‘Buy when there's blood on the streets'.
This is contrarian investing at its hear. But it's been proven true time and again.
In fact, if you'd simply bought a simple ETF like Satrix 40 following the 2008 financial crisis, you'd have made around 70%.
Investing in individual shares following the same crisis would've made you 200%, 300% and in many cases, 600% or m... ››› more
If you're looking to put your money to work on the stock market, it pays to find discounted stocks.
By buying discounted stocks, you're paying less for a company that has the potential to soar into the future, giving you scope to make more money.
So how can you find discounted stocks?
Read on to find out how to do it…
Finding discounted stocks comes from taking out cash
By inv... ››› more
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