With so much news flooding our screens, you may have missed Bitcoin's incredible rally to $10k last week.
At the time, that meant Bitcoin grew +100% since its March 2020 low of just over $3,000.
And if you took a punt earlier this year, you'd be smiling right now.
So will this rally continue?
Well that's the question I'm going answer today…
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Yesterday saw global stock markets retreat, sending the JSE and other emerging markets into a tailspin. This is on the back of the Coronavirus and a missile attack on the US embassy in Bagdad.
But if it wasn't for this, it would have been something else… Investor sentiment has been high, pushing major US indices to all-time highs and others including the JSE to recent highs.
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Over the long-term, it's almost a certainty that cash will underperform stocks and bonds.
But that doesn't mean you shouldn't keep some cash.
You should have cash to cover emergencies and to use when opportunities arise in the stock and bond markets.
Read on to find out more…
How much spare cash should you hold?
For prudent financial planning reasons, it makes sense to hold eno... ››› more
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