I call it the “offshore investment conundrum”. Investors have no clue where to invest or what to invest in, leaving their cash exposed to unpredictable economic and political events. Investing in just any old offshore product will cost you time and more importantly, money.
While I admire the ambition of investors to identify opportunities elsewhere, the fact of the matter is, over half of ... ››› more
Most types of risks for investors are almost impossible control.
Take politics for example - You have no control over what the Government says or does that could affect the markets.
But there's one type of risk an investor can control - The risk of paying too much for a stock.
Let me explain…
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Every week I chat to my cousin in Cape Town. We usually start off speaking about family politics and end up debating money and investing.
Now, since he's been running a successful transport company in the Western Cape, he's been starting to invest a lot more of his cash.
Usually, he makes relatively solid investment decisions, but this week, he made a classic investment blunder.
He dec... ››› more
“When you first decide to start investing in shares it's exciting. When shares go up, as an investor, there's no better feeling. It's better than any thrill-ride. But no matter how exciting the ride, you can also lose everything you've invested,” warns Chief Investment Strategist for Red Hot Penny Shares Francois Joubert. But don't worry! There's a smart way to minimise losses. Read on to disc... ››› more
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