“It's not all about Africa. What about India?” asks Sascha Planting on moneyweb.co.za. And that's exactly what the investors and companies in South Africa are currently asking. After all, as one of the fastest growing and most populous nations on earth, investing in India makes sense for investors and companies alike. Here's why you should consider investing some of your cash in this emerging ... ››› more
Forget the US, Europe or UK, if you're looking to invest offshore, emerging markets should be your destination of choice. After all, they're fast becoming the driver of global growth and the only markets where real growth opportunities still exist today. Here's why you should invest in emerging market in 2013… Investing offshore has always made sense for South African investors. Doing so helps y... ››› more
As I was reading the UK magazine MoneyWeek I spotted a brilliant insight from US investor Jack Bogle. He remarked “The stock market is a giant distraction from the business of investing.”
And I thoroughly agree.
You see, the market continuously releases news.
Share prices tick up and down every second. And expert views are two a penny…
But if you lend your ear to all of this noi... ››› more
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