Happy new year everyone, I hope you all had a good break and did tons of holiday shopping for your friends and family!
Why? Because yesterday marked the beginning of the retail reporting season. And, in the next couple of weeks we're going to see just how much South African's spent at the shops in December.
There is no doubt the market is expecting a super tough Xmas period for the beleag... ››› more
Resource stocks are down heavily from their highs. And many of them are offering you a fantastic opportunity.
The way to make money in the stock market is to buy low and sell high. Act now and this is how you could bank substantial profits from resource stocks.
Read on to find out more…
How to find the best resource stocks
Investing in resource stocks at the moment is not for ever... ››› more
The key to making money on the stock market is to buy low and sell high. But many investors ignore stocks when they drop hard in price.
And this has happened to natural resource stocks. Solid companies are trading at multi-year lows.
So should you take advantage of their low prices?
Read on to find out…
Natural resources have taken a hammering
Natural resources have had it tou... ››› more
The best way to make money from the stock market is to buy when prices are low and sell when prices are high.
To achieve this, you need to buy stocks when they're dirt cheap. And this is usually when the sector the stocks are in is brimming with bad news.
When it comes to such a sector, you can't look by resources. So is now the right time to be thinking about in investing in the sector?
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It's easy to understand why many investors follow the herd when it comes to investing.
They only feel comfortable buying when prices are high.
But that goes against the grain of a contrarian investor. When prices are rock bottom, that's when a contrarian investor thinks about buying. Not after the price has already gone up.
One sector that's fallen hard over the past few years is resource... ››› more
“In recent months, it seems as though investors have completely lost interest in the resource stock story. I, for one, can't think of a single commodity-specific boom.
In fact, investors have focused so much effort on dividend stocks and other booming sectors such as technology that they've forgotten about the moneymaking possibilities in resource stocks.
My bet is that attitude is about t... ››› more
This week, Zimbabwe and South Africa both announced they're looking at measures to increase profits from mining resources. Resources tend to dominate market news. A huge change in the price of a resource per barrel or a sudden drop in share price will affect your investment, so you need to know what's happening the second it happens if you're investing for the short-term. Luckily, there's a less r... ››› more
“Many investors believe making money in natural resource stocks is extremely difficult, if not impossible. I can't blame them; after all, the resource sector is one of the most volatile areas of the market. But what most people don't know is that there's an easy, safe method to making money in natural resource stocks,” says Francois Joubert, Chief Investment Strategist behind The Resource And ... ››› more
“If you're looking to protect your money from the devastating effects of the increase in the price of everything, you need to make sure you invest in Trophy Stocks,” says Francois Joubert, Chief Investment Strategist behind The Resource And Scarcity Report. These are companies that have strongholds of indispensible commodities such as massive minerals deposits and strategic energy. Here's why ... ››› more
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