“Francois, I have R20,000 that's been lying in a savings account for 20 years now - I've finally decided I want to invest the money and make a return to supplement my retirement…” - M
So M wants to invest her money after years of keeping it in a savings account. Turns out she received R15,000 cash 20 years ago as part of her inheritance.
But then she made the biggest mistake she possib... ››› more
Penny shares are the most lucrative investments on the JSE. With their low prices, even a tiny one cent movement on the share price could mean massive gains.
The simple fact is, over the past ten years small shares have beat the JSEs All-Share Index by 90.8% to give investors an average return of 427%.
But not all penny shares have this potential to grow your money like this… Some are sin... ››› more
Adapt IT (JSE:ADI), jumped 258.2% between 2013 and 2014. I closed a 207% gain on the share. I also made 253% on Poynting Holdings(JSE:POY) in just six months last year. How did I do it? Read on and I'll reveal the exact strategy that helped me spot the biggest penny share winners of 2014...
Adapt IT and Poynting are very different businesses. But they do have one thing in common – They bo... ››› more
In 2013, Francois Joubert closed 18 share tips in the Red Hot Penny Shares portfolio, 12 of which were winners. Better yet, they had an average gain of 30.11%! Let's take a look at how he did it, even though the economy was looking grim… And how he can help you make gains like these in 2014, too.
2013 was a year of economic woes
The year definitely started off with a bang. Resources had a... ››› more
I just received a letter from Brian, a new subscriber.
Brian's letter basically said: “I don't really want to buy into the stock market right now that it's so high.”
And Brian's fear is not unfounded.
The JSE and most other stock markets in the world are at record highs and buying in at these levels definitely can be scary.
While Brian says he's new to investing he's been "doing a ... ››› more
In today's article you can learn how a single letter in the alphabet can help you when investing in the stockmarket. Whenever I am considering a new share tip for Red Hot Penny Shares, I always have a special single letter in mind.
It may sound strange, but this simple letter is one of the best investment resources I know of. It can really help you to time your share purchases and can make a wo... ››› more
They're not easy to find...
The JSE Top 40 is up 16% for the year so far and 40% since the start of 2012. The growth is about 50% higher than the average growth of 11.5% annually the JSE has done since 1994.
After all these big gains, finding truly cheap opportunities is getting harder. However, there is one place that hasn't run away from us yet... The JSEs fastest growing companies are sel... ››› more
Have you ever looked at an annual report for a company and thought to yourself that you didn't have a clue what the directors are trying to tell you about the company's performance?
Well, sometimes that's the goal - to hide the real facts from you with colourful language or technical jargon…
If you're not careful, you'll be sucked into the world of half-truths and subtle lies. That's why y... ››› more
Just think of your household rubbish bin and how much you throw away every day!
Paper, plastic, food, garden waste, the list goes on and on…
But what if I told you our endless growing rubbish heaps could end up producing electricity to keep your lights burning?
Rubbish IS the clean electricity of tomorrow!
Did you know that decomposing waste on landfill sites releases methane gas?
... ››› more
My Red Hot Penny Shares subscribers are already up 35% on shares of an insurance company...
We're sitting on fantastic gains on this trade that I recommended early last month... But we have no plans to sell.
Why not take a quick profit and run?
That’s definitely a question I get a lot.
Especially since the market is making new highs. And the share we’re holding is d... ››› more
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