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  • The most anticipated event in the crypto world in 2020 is coming next month…
  • I'm talking about the “Bitcoin Halving”. You might be familiar with this massive event…But simply, “Halvings” have been a boon for bitcoin investors in previous years. For instance… After the 1st halving in 2012, Bitcoin soared to over $1,000, in just 12 months - a +7,000% gain! Then following the 2nd halving in 2016, Bitcoin rallied 300% in just 12 months. The next... ››› more
  • [14 April 2020]
  • Why STOs will change how we invest in the future
  • Remember, last month, I introduced a crypto concept called “decentralised finance or DeFI". In short, DeFi would allow you to create an entire financial system without banks or central authorities. And, because this would make things cheaper and more efficient, DeFI could overtake every area of traditional finance. One avenue of DeFi, is something called Security Token Offerings (STO... ››› more
  • [06 April 2020]
  • Has gold lost its “safe-haven” status?
  • Lots of people think of gold as a hedge against uncertainty. And that's usually the case. But over the past two weeks, something odd happened in the gold market…   From 9 March to 19 March, the dollar gold price fell from $1,679 to $1,472.   If gold is the ultimate hedge against uncertainty, why then, did it fall double digits (over 12%) in less than two weeks?  ... ››› more
  • [01 April 2020]
  • The REAL reasons why the crypto market LOST $100 billion last week
  • Over the last seven days, the crypto market shed around half of its value. With the entire market cap dropping from $220 billion to $120 billion in less than 24 hours. Most of the major crypto-currencies dropped 20%, 30% or even more And surprising enough, these massive price swings weren't crypto related at all. Here are the real reasons why most crypto-currencies crashed last week... ››› more
  • [23 March 2020]
  • If you have ‘ants in your pants' when it comes to trading , you should read this…
  • Q. “I have a strange question and I don't know if you can help me… On the one side I have your MATI Trader System which I follow and take trades around twice a week. On the other side, I have this incredible desire where I would also like to take a few trades based on different market events that present themselves in a day… Do you have any suggestions on how I can compromise bet... ››› more
  • [18 March 2020]
  • How reinvesting your dividends can boost your wealth
  • Albert Einstein is merited with saying that compounding ‘is the most powerful force in the world' or the ‘eighth wonder of the world'. When you apply this to reinvesting your dividends, you'll see why compounding is so powerful. Compounding or compound interest is basically earning interest on interest that you've already received. When it comes to dividends, it means instead of ta... ››› more
  • [13 March 2020]
  • COVID-19 Virus sell-off gives buying opportunity
  • Yesterday saw markets react decisively to the risk of COVID-19 to global growth. With most markets pulling back over 3%. This is due to an acceleration of new infections outside of China. It has hit Europe as Italy reports the 7th death and puts the town of Cologna on lock down, with others in the Lombardy region of northern Italy (a manufacturing hub) on unofficial lockdown. The cause for ala... ››› more
  • [25 February 2020]
  • Use this technique to “reset” your portfolio for optimal performance
  • Have you ever experienced a flat tyre while driving? You can feel the car lose balance on the side of the flat tyre. To fix it, you would replace the flat with a spare. And doing this, brings back the balance of car. Well just how you would rebalance your car by replacing the flat tyre, you do exactly the same with your investment portfolio. Rebalancing in investment terms is the proce... ››› more
  • [14 February 2020]
  • You need to make sure you're using the right investment method when picking stocks
  • There are two main methods you can use to pick stocks for investing or trading. I'm talking about terms called “fundamental” and “technical” analysis. You need to understand the differences between these methods - if you are to use them successfully as an investor… Use them correctly - and you stand to make big profits. Use them incorrectly and you could lose out big time. ... ››› more
  • [12 February 2020]
  • One stock to buy that could net you more than 40% gain in 10 months!
  • As predicted, Telkom's (TKG) share price has fallen since I tipped it as a sell above R94.00 eight months ago. It has plummeted 60% so you could have made some good money shorting this stock. Now I believe the tide is turning on Telkom as it bounces from R30. The slide is over, and patient investors could make money buying today. Here's why...   ___________________________________... ››› more
  • [04 February 2020]
  • These three warning signs will tell you when to sell a dividend stock!
  • When do you sell a dividend stock? Some investors love dividend stocks so much they will never sell. But if your goal is to generate a consistent growing income, knowing when to sell can be tricky. After all dividend stock prices can fall and dividends can get cut… so what then? Here are three warning signs to look out for to know when to sell.    ____________________... ››› more
  • [20 January 2020]
  • Do this now and Januworry will never mess with you again
  • Can you believe it's ‘Januworry' again? I honestly think there's nothing worse than the point when your bank account tells you, you had just a little too much fun over the December holidays. Thankfully, 2020 could be the very last January you ever feel this way - IF you make this pre-emptive strike today.   ________________________________________     The man who bo... ››› more
  • [16 January 2020]
  • Why you should keep an eye out for companies doing share buybacks
  • 2020 has barely begun yet we're already set to be flooded by hundreds of companies set to report financial results between February and March. Results releases are even more important for small-cap and penny stocks. That's because these companies don't have as much interest from institutional analysts - so results announcements are the main way for news about these companies' potential to ... ››› more
  • [15 January 2020]
  • Four important questions to ask when you invest in penny stocks
  • So, you want to invest in JSE-listed penny stocks…. But you don't know where to start? There are hundreds of stocks out there, and so little freely available information. Today I'm going to run you through four crucial questions you should ask yourself before making any penny stock investment. Think of it as the first cut - the criteria with which you can start looking at the pen... ››› more
  • [08 January 2020]
  • Are the JSE's small caps good buys - or not?
  • There are 322 shares on the JSE with market capitalisations of lower than R5 billion. These shares (bar a few ETFs and Preference shares) we can call ‘small caps'. These are the smaller shares on the JSE that don't fit into the Top 40, or the Mid Cap indices. We can further segment these shares - looking only at PENNY SHARES. These are small caps with share prices below R10. Of these sha... ››› more
  • [11 December 2019]
  • Last week, I warned investors about this “income-trap” and it just crashed 31%!
  • In November's issue of the South African Investor, I warned readers about two types of “danger” shares lurking on the JSE. One of these types is called the “High-Yielder”. Simply these are shares that sit on suspiciously high dividend yields. You've probably heard me speak about these “income-traps” before, but in the South African Investor, I went further and reveale... ››› more
  • [09 December 2019]
  • A shortcut to uncover the world's best businesses
  • You can spend a lot of time searching for stocks to buy. You can study for hours and learn how to analyse stock charts and company's balance sheets. You can spend hours going over financial statements. But if you're like a lot of people, you don't have the interest or the time. You've got a job and a family, and they keep you busy. The good news is there's a shortcut around doing all t... ››› more
  • [02 December 2019]
  • What you need to know about stock buyouts
  • JSE listed stocks are selling at their cheapest levels in a decade. And that's created an opportunity for internationally listed, and private equity companies to make a mint. You see, these companies borrow money internationally at 3%, 4% or 5% interest. They then buy these South African companies that are selling cheaply and the dividends they receive from them are enough to repay their b... ››› more
  • [28 November 2019]
  • The next “High-yield investment trap” you must avoid now
  • In April 2019, I warned investors about Rebosis - A JSE listed property company that had a dividend yield of 57%. You see, at the time, a yield this high was very unusual for a company listed in SA. So I warned investors not to fall for this “high yield investment trap” And, since then, the company cut its dividend completely and its shares have plummeted from 162c to 32c - around an ... ››› more
  • [18 November 2019]
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