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  • Confirmed: A recession and a junk status down grade is inevitable
  • “The rand could hit R60 to the dollar by 2019: Chris Hart” - Business Tech “Chris Hart: Nothing can prevent SA's slide to junk” - Fin24 I spoke to Chris about his recession and junk status predictions at the South African Investor member meeting on 24 May 2016. I asked him if he was misquoted in the media. However, he was adamant that he is right about these predictions. One of the... ››› more
  • [30 May 2016]
  • There's no need to emigrate, just invest offshore!
  • Millions of South Africans have packed their bags and taken their knowledge, skills and families to other countries, never to return to South Africa. I don't blame them and I don't judge them. They're leaving because they want to protect their families and their wealth. While I can't help you with your personal security, I CAN help you protect and grow your wealth. Today, I'm going to show... ››› more
  • [12 May 2016]
  • Is this cryptocurrency the next best safe haven for your money
  • Bitcoin is getting a lot of airtime in the mainstream media lately. Last week Francois Joubert discussed it when he warned you about your investments in MMM Global and MMM Global's ‘Bitcoin Republic'. Then, Carte Blanche spoke about it on Sunday night. So it would be a flaw on my side if I didn't do my research into the cryptocurrency (a digital currency that's beyond government re... ››› more
  • [27 April 2016]
  • How investors and traders should deal with the current stock market volatility
  • The market has been a volatile place over the past few weeks. When the market is behaving like this, it can be difficult to know what to do next. Your decisions will depend on whether you're a trader or an investor. Let's take a closer look… How long-term investors should deal with stock market volatility Investors tend to invest for long-term returns from the stock market, ignori... ››› more
  • [08 September 2015]
  • Should you invest where activist investors do?
  • Recently there has been an increasing number of high profile campaigns taking place against a number of listed companies across the world. So what do they activist investors do? What impact do they have on a listed company? And should you invest in companies they attack? Read on to find out more… What are activist investors? Activist investors tend to be high net worth individual... ››› more
  • [20 August 2015]
  • Trading riddle time: What goes up, down and doesn't move?
  • If you think the answer is a staircase, you're very clever. However with this riddle, I was referring to the stock market. To think that on the 24th April, the JSE was making all-time highs! And in the last 30 days, we had 12 down days in a row! Last time this happened was pretty much when I was in diapers in 1988. In less than two months, the JSE has gone from 55,355 down to 51,990.  Th... ››› more
  • [09 June 2015]
  • Why Comair is taking government to court about R11.5billion in squandered taxpayer money
  • It just seems like all government run institutions are doomed to wasting money. Eskom's latest wastage is R1.5 billion a year on hot meals for its employees. That's while it can't even get the R4 billion owed to it by 20 municipalities and the R8 billion it's owed by Soweto residents… But today I'm not here to talk about Eskom. I'm sure you've heard enough about it in the news recently. ... ››› more
  • [08 May 2015]
  • Working out the right asset allocation mix for you
  • Asset allocation, along with portfolio diversification, is all about investing in a mix of asset classes. The asset allocation you select will vary depending on whether you're investing for capital gains or income. And the level of risk you're comfortable with will also have a bearing. So how can you work out what suits you? Read on to find out… What sort of asset allocation suits... ››› more
  • [09 April 2015]
  • The two reasons that make successful investors richer
  • If you look at the list of the world's richest people, it's the same names that feature in the top handful over the years. Have you ever given any thought as to why this is the case? It all comes down to them doing things a bit differently from everyone else. And this keeps making them money. There are two main reasons. Read on to find out what these reasons are… Reason #1: Suc... ››› more
  • [03 March 2015]
  • An easy way to build an investment portfolio for the long-term
  • What are you goals from investing? Chances are you want to see a decent return over the years. But investing can be difficult. The fact is, many investors don't even manage to keep up with the market average, never mind beat it. So how can you improve your chances of building a solid portfolio for the long-term? Read on to find out… Why investors tend to underperform the marke... ››› more
  • [27 February 2015]
  • Special upgrade announcement from the FSP Invest team!
  • I'm proud to announce that we have re-vamped the InvestorsClub.co.za for 2015. If you don't know by now… The InvestorsClub.co.za is a fantastic domain where you can ask any of your burning questions to expert traders and investors. And the best news is, you'll get a guaranteed answer. So, before you go and enjoy the weekend, let me take you on a journey and show you the new and improve... ››› more
  • [06 February 2015]
  • Everything is falling to pieces - Goodbye!
  • What on earth is going on with the stock market and the currency market! Sasol has tanked over 30% in the last few months and is not showing any sign of strong upside… The Swiss National Bank removed the cap on the Swiss Franc, which caused the US Dollar to tank over 2,000 pips against the Swiss Franc, in a couple of minutes. If you were short in the USD/CHF trade, congratulations becau... ››› more
  • [30 January 2015]
  • How to become a successful property investor
  • What does it take to become successful in the property investing field? What are the prerequisites for property investment success? Successful property investors are more than a little savvy. They share the following characteristics. 1.  They have in-depth market knowledge   In order to predict changes and be prepared for the unexpected, successful property investors put a lot of time and... ››› more
  • [09 December 2014]
  • Are women really better investors than men?
  • It's a perception among some that women are better investors than men. A recent study of hedge fund managers definitely hinted that this is the case, but is it? And what would make women better investors? Read on to find out more… Women hedge fund managers outperform their male counterparts A couple of weeks ago in the Financial Times, John Authers described a number of studies th... ››› more
  • [03 December 2014]
  • Patience: Why it's one of the best traits an investor can possess
  • Once you decide you're going to invest in the stock market, it's natural to be eager about getting started. There's an urge to start buying shares and getting your money to work. In fact, rushing into investing is one of the worst things you can do. If you can be patient, chances are you'll see a better performance from your investments over the long-term. Let's take a closer look at why... ››› more
  • [20 November 2014]
  • Common traits of successful investors
  • What makes a successful investor? It's not about luck or about a particular skill in finance - it's a set of traits that can be cultivated by most people. A successful investor thinks long-term   Clever investors don’t focus on short-term profits, but on long-term results. When you invest, always think in terms of years, not weeks or months.   A successful investor focuses on diversifica... ››› more
  • [18 November 2014]
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