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  • What share buybacks and director dealings mean for these penny stocks
  • On 28 March 2019 Argent Industrial announced it bought R11.5 million of its own shares back. Rolfes Technology Holdings directors have also been on the acquisition road. On 2 April Chris Seabrooke bought R2.3 million worth of shares in the company, and then on 9 April CEO, Richard Buttle, bought R572,764 shares back in the company. Then there's Santova directors that have bought R13.4 mil... ››› more
  • [10 April 2019]
  • How you can buy Capitec and other JSE shares at 20%, 30% and 50% discounts
  • Right now Capitec shares trade at R1,384. But what if I told you that you could get hold of these shares - and benefit from their upwards movement - at a discount of 20%? My guess is this sounds like a great opportunity? In fact, if you could get a share like Capitec - but end up paying as much as 20% less, why would you not jump at the opportunity? Well, I've uncovered scores of t... ››› more
  • [03 April 2019]
  • This is a bitter pill to swallow
  • Q. “I have some Rebosis shares. The price has recently crashed from over R10 a share to around R1.62 at today's price. In your opinion is it worth buying at this level to try and average down, or is it better to sell and take the loss.”   A. This is a bitter pill to swallow but it must be said with your trading.    I personally exit any trades that are moving in the wrong dir... ››› more
  • [03 April 2019]
  • Buy SuperGroup as it bottoms out
  • SuperGroup's share price has returned to where it was at the beginning of 2015, and has been stuck in a range between R45 and R33. It has bottomed out around R33, half year results put its NAV at just below R29 growing at 16% (CAGR) over the past four years. Earnings have increased by 9% (CAGR) and expectation is for that to continue. It's on a forward PE of just 8.5 while its five-year a... ››› more
  • [26 March 2019]
  • "What the heck happened to Aspen and where is it going?"
  • A troubled shareholder was running next to me on the treadmill at the gym yesterday. He looked around 55 years of age and he was gunning it (running fast). While I was enjoying my brisk walk, I could see something was troubling him.   At first I said "slow down speed racer you're making me look like a lazy trainer." As he caught his breath, he told me how he invested in Asp... ››› more
  • [18 March 2019]
  • What is Net Asset Value - and what does it tell you about stocks?
  • When you're looking for stocks to invest in you'll typically either use fundamental investing strategies (looking at financial and other real world data) or technical analysis (looking at charts and price movement to predict future moves). At the end of the day - financial performance drives stocks in the long-run. And as an investor in businesses I gravitate towards what these businesses and ... ››› more
  • [13 March 2019]
  • MORE income than a share, SAFE like a bond
  • Last week, I explained the power of income investing. And how it can boost the overall performance of your portfolio…even in the worst of times. I also revealed (in short) some of the best ways to start generating an income for your portfolio. Today I'd like to delve deeper into one of those income investments. The reason why, is because they offer more income than a normal share... ››› more
  • [18 February 2019]
  • Your darkest trading questions answered
  • Q. "Can someone who is black listed open or have a share trading account?"     A. Yes, it is possible to have a trading account with a broker.     The broker is responsible to do the relevant checks on a client as the broker is liable for the trading actions of his client.    ________________________________________   5 Shares Set to Rocket in 2019  ... ››› more
  • [31 January 2019]
  • Why you should invest in these two stocks in 2019 if you want to double your income!
  • From mid-2002 to mid-2017, the JSE All Share returned a cumulative 420%. Doesn't sound too bad, right? But if you had re-invested dividends, the return would be over 700% Just think about that for a second… That's an extra 300% growth thanks to simply reinvesting the dividends. To put it another way, R10,000 back in mid-2002 would be worth over R50,000 invested in the JSE. Bu... ››› more
  • [24 January 2019]
  • What the oldest money manager on Wall Street can teach you about investing in 2019
  • Irving Kahn was the oldest active money manager on Wall Street before he passed away. He was born in 1905 and in 2002 he said that he was still working through the night finding great stocks. But more than his work ethic, Kahn was known for the fortune he made during the ‘Great Depression' in the 1930's. Kahn began working on Wall Street in 1928 during a roaring bull market and becam... ››› more
  • [24 January 2019]
  • A simple method to manage your risk when investing
  • When you invest in a share, there's always certain risks involved…. Competition, new regulations, the economy, currency…just to name a few. The problem is, it can be hard for investors to quantify all these potential risks. Rather than develop a complex, but flawed, analysis of risk... it's more helpful for an investor to think of "risk" in a simpler form… ... ››› more
  • [13 December 2018]
  • Don't bank on a Santa Claus rally this year - but don't exit your investments just yet
  • History shows that stocks go up around 75% of the time during December. What's more - the gains they post are typically bigger than for other months as well. The MSCI All Country World Index, which measures equity returns from 23 developed and 24 emerging markets, has declined just six times in December over the past three decades. That's gotten many investors and fund managers hopeful fo... ››› more
  • [13 December 2018]
  • Trump's Trade Truce lines up Santa Claus Rally
  • President Trump sent global markets roaring higher after he and China's President Jinping agreed to de-escalate the tit-for-tat tariffs. It's only for the next three months, but signals Trump is realising the potential damage he is causing to the US economy. This is good news, when you consider Fed Reserve Chair... ››› more
  • [04 December 2018]
  • This oil giant just entered “Buying Territory”
  • Globally, shares are deep in correction territory, offering patient investors opportunities to deliver returns in a tough market. Sasol has fallen almost 30% from its September high to below R420 on a weaker oil price and weak global sentiment. The R400 support level should be the bottom ahead of a move higher. Last week, Sasol released a positive trading update for the interim period to 3... ››› more
  • [29 November 2018]
  • The surprising truth about US stocks
  • It's no secret that US stocks are flying. Even if there's a small correction, share prices always seem to bounce back and keep going higher. In fact, US stocks have gone up for almost 10 years now - without a losing year. This has led many people to think that they're extremely expensive. But what if I told you US stocks are actually cheap? You'd probably be surprised and call me crazy. ... ››› more
  • [28 November 2018]
  • Is NOW the time to invest in the world's CHEAPEST index?
  • Right now, the world's best value in stocks is in a specific country's stock index. And I'm not talking about a small random country but one of our global trend setters. Its index holds some of the largest companies in the world. Companies bigger than its US counterparts in terms of assets and sales. So why is this index verging on rock bottom? ... ››› more
  • [22 November 2018]
  • When investors lose patience at precisely the wrong time
  • Most investors are losing patience with the JSE as returns have been non-existent. The JSE All-Share index is back in it's previous trading range - which is pretty much 2014 levels. The problem with investors losing patience and selling, is they do it at precisely the wrong time. The Magellan fund managed by Peter Lynch achieved a remarkable 29% annualised return between 1977 to 1990 b... ››› more
  • [22 November 2018]
  • What 2018's double digit gainers have in common
  • 2018's been a tough year on the stock market. Based on the data I've filtered through there hasn't been a share that's returned more than 100% for the year to date! In fact, there have only been six shares to return more than 50% for the year so far! In total, there are 53 shares with 10%+ gains for 2018 to date… So, what do these companies have in common, and why are they up while ther... ››› more
  • [22 November 2018]
  • Why I'm bullish on buying small cap stocks right now
  • No question about it… There is a mountain of reasons to be worried about the South African stock market. Since March 2017, the JSE Small Cap index is down 19.62%. At the same time, the mainstream media is bombarding investors with “Take all your money offshore now” messages. But there are groups of investors that are bullish as can be. And they're buying small cap stocks like the... ››› more
  • [15 November 2018]
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