In Wednesday's Q&A, I received the following question.
“Could you please provide a few crypto currency companies that pay dividends?”
When I gave an answer, this made me think…
Could crypto investing be the future of passive income?
I realised that with the number of crypto currencies that are distributing dividends now days - I believe YES!
And in this article, I am goin... ››› more
There are many different ways to make money from cryptos…
You can invest in them.
You can trade them.
You can even make money through arbitrage, which is when you buy and sell a crypto simultaneously to take advantage of the price difference.
But did you know you can actually make passive income from cryptos?
I'm talking about…
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Earlier today, Vodacom released its provisional results for the full-year to the end of March. And the wireless operator also announced that it's set to buy Neotel in a R7 billion deal. This will see Vodacom extending its data offering to customers. Let's take a closer look at what Vodacom's results revealed and what the new deal means…
Vodacom’s headline earnings per shares grew 2.8%
F... ››› more
Whenever I speak to my father on my cell phone I always hear his voice booming, “Why are you calling me on your cell phone? Don't you know how expensive it is? Stop wasting money and phone me back when you get home!”
Although he's right, when you're out on the road and need to make a call, you've got no choice but to use your cell phone and tally up those hefty bills.
Well I've got news for ... ››› more
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