Since Joe Biden won the US presidential elections, there's been good news flooding both local and global markets.
Look at the JSE…
In the last month alone, it's rallied over 11% erasing the 2020 losses for the year…
We have an excellent chance of finishing off positive in 2020, despite all we've been through!
And that's just the JSE…
We also saw France up 21%, Italy up o... ››› more
In the growing world of online, data privacy is of the utmost importance.
Even more so if you're a company that stores people personal data.
In this day and age, if you fail to protect personal data, you will suffer major backlash.
Just take the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data scandal - where Cambridge Analytica harvested the personal data of millions of people's Facebook profiles... ››› more
The current silver price is $22 per ounce. This is a truly astonishing number for a few reasons. To begin, let's take a quick look at the history books. In 1980 an ounce of silver reached a high of $49.95. So despite all the money printing and financial chaos in the world in the past 33 years, silver has gone backwards. This is truly shocking. But when put into context it becomes even more ridicul... ››› more
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