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  • 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]
  • “How do I know what shares to buy?”
  • The one question I always get asked when I meet new investors is, “How do I know what shares to buy?” It's a legitimate question. After all, if you pick the wrong share, you could lose out on potential profits. But, if you pick the right share, you could be smiling all the way to the bank. If I'm honest, finding the right share is not easy. It's an art that the analysts at FSPInvest... ››› more
  • [07 June 2016]
  • Two ways to find the best shares to buy
  • Once you decide to invest, you want to be able to find the best shares to buy. This means finding the shares that are going to perform the best. So how can you find the best shares the stock market has to offer? There are two main ways to go about finding them: Fundamental analysis and technical analysis. Let's take a look at both techniques… Finding the best shares to buy with fu... ››› more
  • [15 July 2015]
  • Is fundamental analysis the right investment strategy for you?
  • Once you decide to invest in shares, it's not advisable to pick shares at random. You need to do some research first. One popular method for finding shares to invest in is fundamental analysis. Whilst there are varying types of fundamental analysis, they all follow similar principles. So what is fundamental analysis? And is it an investment strategy you should consider? Read on to find ou... ››› more
  • [29 May 2015]
  • Finding the perfect analysis tool for whatever you decide to trade
  • There are so many financial markets you can trade. You may want to focus on South African stocks, international stocks, indices, commodities or forex. So what's the best way to find potential winning trades? There are two main schools of thought: Fundamental analysis and technical analysis. So what is the difference? And what analysis suits you best? Let's take a closer look… W... ››› more
  • [07 May 2015]
  • Investment strategy uncovered: What type of fundamental analysis yields the best results?
  • When it comes to selecting shares to invest in, you have a huge number of different investment strategies to consider. If you think fundamental analysis is for you, you have to consider the different approaches. And, most importantly, which one is likely to give you the best results. So let's take a closer look at the two main veins of fundamental analysis to see which one is the better bet... ››› more
  • [23 April 2015]
  • How to decide what stocks to short if you trade using fundamental analysis
  • One of the advantages of trading is that as well as potentially profiting from the rise of a company's share price, you can also make money on a falling share price. But the key thing here is, what stocks to short? Let's take a closer look at how selecting which stocks to short can produce the best results… Shorting stocks based on fundamentals When trading, you need to decide how... ››› more
  • [05 February 2015]
  • Forex strategies uncovered: Technical analysis vs fundamental analysis
  • When it comes to investing in shares, ask different investors and they'll use different types of analysis to decide what shares to invest in. They'll use technical analysis, fundamental analysis or a bit of both. So what should you use when you trade forex? Read on to find out… Why technical analysis is your best bet for forex trading If you want to trade forex, technical analysis... ››› more
  • [23 January 2015]
  • Trading 101: The differences between fundamental analysis and technical analysis
  • When you embark on trading, you need to have a way of looking for trades. Whether you want to trade shares, currencies or commodities, you'll need some type of system. You can't just randomly put trades on and hope for the best. There are two main schools of analysis: Fundamental analysis and technical analysis. So what's the difference between the two? And what's best for trading? Re... ››› more
  • [02 December 2014]
  • The building blocks of your forex trading strategy
  • Every successful forex trader needs the backing of a solid forex trading strategy. Without a system to follow, you chances of failure increase. There isn't one forex trading strategy for all traders. When it comes to forex trading, you need to find a strategy that suits you. Over time you can tweak your strategy to suit you and your needs. So where should you start? Let's take a closer... ››› more
  • [11 September 2014]
  • Does a 144.90% gain sound good for you in the next few months?
  • In 1995, the world population was sitting at 5.67 billion people! And today, 19 years later, the world's population is at 7.24 billion people! That means in almost two decades the earth now has 1,570,000,000 more people to deal with. The population is clearly growing at a staggering rate. That means demand for things like food production and supplies will keep on increasing. So the o... ››› more
  • [17 July 2014]
  • Two things you must include in your trading strategy
  • When it comes to trading, there are a number of strategies out there for you to try. Over time, you'll find a strategy that suits you best and your style of trading. And you can tweak it the more experience you get. But where should you start when it comes to your trading strategy? Read on to uncover what it should include… There is a strategy out there for you As a trader, you need to have ... ››› more
  • [05 June 2014]
  • Delving into financial ratios: How to use and apply the PE ratio
  • In the world of investing, there are a multitude of different financial ratios analysts use to try and whittle out winning shares. One of the most commonly used is the price earnings (PE) ratio. But what does is show you? And how can you apply it to your research? Read on to discover what you need to know about the PE ratio… Why is the PE ratio so important? The PE ratio is simply a shar... ››› more
  • [24 March 2014]
  • Return on equity: One of the great secrets of financial analysis
  • When it comes to spotting a winning investment, there are a few things that you should be on the lookout for. Return on equity is one of the most important. Consistent return on equity signals a great business. As a shareholder, it can help you get rich over time. Read on to find out why it's so important… Investment analysis is often a very complicated process, which you can't boil down t... ››› more
  • [09 January 2014]
  • Uncover consistent profit margins and you could be onto a winner
  • Trying to unearth a good investment can be difficult. But if you look out for a few key factors, you increase the chances of a profitable investment. One such key factor is consistent profit margins. Read on to uncover what you should look for… The laws of economics make maintaining consistent profit margins very difficult, Dan Ferris in S&A Digest explains… But the companies that do are ... ››› more
  • [08 January 2014]
  • A top financial clue to uncovering great investments: Gushing free cash flow
  • When you're searching for a potential winning investment, there are a few financial clues that you should look for. One of these crucial financial clues is gushing free cash flow. It's critical for analysing a business, and you can find it quickly and easily in a company's financial statements. Read on to find out what you need to know this financial clue… Finding great investments is a diffic... ››› more
  • [03 January 2014]
  • The 3 most important ratios for finding value
  • Everyone loves a bargain. But some people are willing to work harder to get it. Investors are like shoppers. Some will stand in line to buy the latest hot Apple product (or stock), while others will wait patiently until the product or stock they want goes on sale. Read on to discover the three most important ratios for finding value… When investors look for cheap stocks, they often concentrate... ››› more
  • [02 January 2014]
  • How to work out if dividend growth is already in a share price
  • If you're looking to invest in a company for healthy dividend paying shares, it pays to focus on the potential for dividend growth, rather than just hunting for high dividend yields. Looking for high yields alone can mean you pay over the odds for a share. Read on to find out how to work out if dividend growth is already in a share's price… Well there is a simple calculation that helps, based ... ››› more
  • [17 December 2013]
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