Curro's high was set in 2016, at R57.80.
For the first half of the year it's sat at around R48.
But, in the last six months the share is down 22.88%.
In the last month alone, it is down 16.44%.
So, does this mean that Curro is a perfect buying opportunity, or does it mean that the share is headed for even further downside?
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As I write to you, I'm still working out of the MoneyWeek offices in London. Yesterday I had a chat with two of my colleagues there, Dan Denning and Nick O'Connor.
Dan and Nick head up the daily free British stock market and economics email newsletter, Capital and Conflict.
Anyway, back to the chat I had with Nick and Dan. We spoke about Bitcoin.
If you haven't noticed Bitcoin has been ... ››› more
Over 400 years ago in 1593, tulips were brought in from Turkey and introduced to the Dutch.
Because they were unique, tulips were desired by the Dutch people, which made them fairly expensive.
One day, the flower contracted a non-fatal virus called mosaic. Mosaic didn't kill the tulips but caused different colours to appear on the petals, which increased their rarity and value.
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If you've been thinking of buying a new car, think again.
Buying a new car is generally a bad investment because it depreciates in value quickly and has high monthly costs.
Like most bad investments you make, the decision to buy a new car is ultimately driven by your emotions. You want to be the envy of your colleagues, friends and family pulling up in a spanking new vehicle.
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I spend a massive amount of time researching odd ball ways to invest money. You see, I love spotting the method in the madness of the idea.
Best of all, I help you make a pretty penny in the process. And that's exactly what I want to help you do today.
When I come across a good idea, I can't wait to write about it and share it with you. This time around, I've found a really strange investm... ››› more
In the early 1970s, companies like Coca-Cola, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Pepsi and 46 others soared on the stock market. These companies were dubbed the “Nifty-Fifty”.
In simple terms, the “Nifty-Fifty” were a group of premier growth stocks that became market darlings in the early 1970s. All of these stocks had proven growth records, continual increases in dividends and high market caps.
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There are so many Forex scams out there promising fast gains and lucrative returns, that when most traders hear the word “Forex”, they immediately think that we're out there to swindle you out of your money.
But at FSPInvest, we don't make promises that we can't keep. So when we say that our Forex Trader service is a great way to make quick gains from trading international currencies, we m... ››› more
Penny shares are the black sheep of the investment market. Most investors ignore these shares because they simply don't know how to deal with them.
Penny shares are volatile - They'll be up one day and down the next. Their share prices tend to swing around violently leaving investors that are unprepared for this activity nervous and afraid of what the share price will do next.
But there ar... ››› more
For decades, retirement investors handed over control of their finances to someone else to squeeze as much as they can out of their retirement annuities (RA). If you're doing that, then you know it means accepting mediocre returns and paying high management fees.
But there's a little-known ‘new generation' RA that lets you customise your investments. In fact, you now have full control over ... ››› more
If you know just a few simple tricks you can take control of your own retirement back from your financial advisor - and save a small fortune in fees at the same time. Today, Aiden Sookdin speaks to the experts and explains exactly how to set up your own fool-proof retirement savings plan - DIY style. It's a lot easier than you may think. Just follow this simple four-step plan and you'll be well on... ››› more
Gary Booysen, Rand Swiss Portfolio manager, and professional trader, has just uncovered a powerful short-term short-trading profit opportunity for you in South Africa's telecoms sector. If you're interested in taking on the risks involved with shorting geared trading instruments - in exchange for the massive gains up for grabs - then you will want to read on for Gary's full technical analysis on t... ››› more
This weekend, Samsung booked out a large chunk of Sandton Square to put on a very innovative promotion based around their new Oculus VR gear. As you walked in, your eye was immediately drawn to a series of rollercoaster seats where people were screaming, throwing their hands in the air or ducking away from non-existent obstacles. Well, non-existent in our reality, of course.
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Water shortages are becoming a serious problem in South Africa. The lack of rain and ongoing heatwave is making the problem much worse. Gauteng and Kwa-Zulu Natal are in the middle of water restrictions while water reservoirs in the Western Cape are 20% lower this year.
The department of Water Affairs blames the water problems on poor planning, budget constraints and supply management challeng... ››› more
The biotech (or biotechnology) sector has been in a strong bull market for the past five years. But just because this sector has run strongly, it doesn't mean it's going to stop now.
In fact, it looks set for further gains.
So why is the biotech sector doing so well? And how can you profit from its move higher?
Read on to find out…
The world’s biggest biotech sector
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If you want to invest in international penny stocks, it can be difficult whittling through the vast amount out there.
One way to invest in these stocks is via a fund. By doing this, you gain diversified exposure to a number of different stocks.
So what are your options?
Let's take a closer look at one of them…
Investing in US penny stocks
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Penny stocks attract a lot of investors as they offer you the chance to make large profits, sometimes in a short period of time.
But you have to be careful investing in penny stocks. Not every penny stock on the stock market has the potential to make you a lot of money.
So how can you buy the best penny stocks on the market? And how much should you invest?
Read on to find out…
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Penny stocks can be great investments. There's the chance of investing in a stock that will soar in value over the next few years, making you substantial profits along the way.
But there are many penny stock duds out there too. Companies that won't cut it in their industries and grow.
So how can you increase your chance of uncovering a penny stock winner?
Read on to find out…
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This Saturday I was in the Eikestad mall in Stellenbosch, as I was walking alongside the masses of shoppers the inevitable happened.
Eskom cut the power and two and a half hour of load shedding started.
The mall went semi dark. More than three quarters of the shops closed. And only a couple of larger stores with backup power kept their doors open.
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Yesterday, stocks on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange fell almost 4%. That's the JSE's worst fall in more than six-years.
When you own stocks, it can sometimes be a white knuckle ride.
So what's the best way to handle a crashing stock?
Here's what you should do…
What’s the best strategy to deal with a crashing stock?
When a stock you own starts heading south quickly, it’s n... ››› more
Long ago, a preacher bet his friend that he would be able to get a horse to walk up and down the stairs of his house with no problem.
You see, horses are notoriously afraid of heights and walking backwards, so the friend happily took the wager.
But the preacher realised that if he was able to cover the sides of the horse's eyes, he would be less afraid to go down the stair case.
And gu... ››› more
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