JSE listed stocks are selling at their cheapest levels in a decade.
And that's created an opportunity for internationally listed, and private equity companies to make a mint.
You see, these companies borrow money internationally at 3%, 4% or 5% interest. They then buy these South African companies that are selling cheaply and the dividends they receive from them are enough to repay their b... ››› more
Let me be clear…
The investment I'm about to introduce to you is not for everyone.
It can be risky.
But if you're willing to take the risk, there's a handsome payoff for you!
In fact, history shows you could make you a +27% over the next 12 months.
The investment I'm talking about is…
If you’re not familiar, value stocks are compan... ››› more
Q. “Hi Timon, I read the weekly article where you expect the JSE ALSI40 to rally.
My question is, if Moody's does eventually decide to downgrade South Africa to junk what would happen and when is the next grading?”
A. The next possible downgrading for South Africa would happen as soon as March, if South Africa fails to come up with a plan with “Credible debt-stabilisation”.
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We all know how ‘Black Friday' sees the most incredible deals in shops every year…
These deals are typically 30%, 40% and 50% discount on everything you buy.
In the same way I foresee great ‘Black Friday' specials on the JSE this year.
What am I talking about?
Well, since 2018 there have been around 35 companies delisted from the JSE. Around 10% of all the small cap shares on... ››› more
Q. "Hi Timon, I'm looking to expand the number of international shares to trade. I have seen through Real Wealth and Trading Tips that there are a number of growing industries in the world. Three that come to mind include: Artificial Intelligence, Electric Cars and Renewable Energy... Could you name a few of the large names that make up these industries so that I can add these shares to my watch l... ››› more
Sometimes the stock market behaves inexplicably.
Quality companies trade at unbelievable discounts. Or they sell at prices so high that you might flinch.
What makes this difficult to muster is the fact that these ‘discrepancies' tend to keep going on for much longer than you'd think possible.
One such share was Curro Holdings.
The company listed in July 2011 and investors could p... ››› more
Q. “I received a trade signal last week to buy Reinet… I am a new member with Red Hot Storm Trader and wanted to know what the big difference is between buying 200 Reinet CFDs versus buying 200 Reinet shares and what instrument I should buy with Red Hot Storm Trader?”
The BIGGEST difference between buying shares versus buying CFDs is that when you buy CFDs, you will gain exposure to the ... ››› more
Landing winning stocks doesn't have to mean investing in small, high-risk operations. Even big companies offer the potential of rich returns over time. But some small businesses will turn into tomorrow's biggest winners and create massive wealth for investors that got in at the right time.
Small-cap stocks, or the penny shares we invest in, are generally companies with market caps of less than... ››› more
There are 275 dividend paying shares in the JSE today. They average a dividend pay-out of 3.88%.
While a 3.88% dividend is surely better than nothing - this doesn't even cover the interest you'd have received on your cash with a fixed deposit.
And, once that money is paid out by a company the money is lost to it forever.
But what if I told you there's a better option - a company that d... ››› more
What a month it's been, especially last week!
We saw giant companies like Tongaat, Lonmin and Basil Read suspend their shares.
These are companies that have been around 30 to 127 years and now they're being taken off the JSE.
And despite this mass culling, the JSE is still rising to new highs.
In this article we'll briefly catch you up on what happened in June with the m... ››› more
On 28 May 2019, roughly $16 billion flowed into one stock market.
Did you hear about this in the financial news?
These days, investors have been glued to the trade-war news, which has caused major uncertainty around global growth and stock markets to fall.
But this $16 billion cash injection is a huge story. One that I’ve covered in Real Wealth since 2017.
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Before Donald Trump escalated trade wars, which sent shockwaves through the markets, stocks were performing well overall.
The major US indices like the Nasdaq and S&P500 were flying.
Even the JSE All Share was showing good returns. From its lowest level to its highest, the JSE was up around 14%. A great comeback from 2018's negative return.
However, while stocks were making all the ... ››› more
Q. "Hi Timon, I have R20,000 in my trading account and I'd like to take the Nedbank trade you sent through Red Hot Storm Trader.
How many CFDs would I need to buy if I only wish to risk 3% of my portfolio?"
A. You'll need three metrics to calculate the number of CFDs you'll need to buy.
We'll use the Nedbank trade specifics.
Metric 1: Entry ... ››› more
The Steinhoff debacle hurt a lot of investors.
If you held Steinhoff shares before the crash - you'd be down around 97% on your money today.
And the chances of ever recovering all the losses are close to zero…
But what you should know is that situations like this can be avoided.
There are at least four clues to follow that are warnings signs of an impending disaster like that of ... ››› more
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
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
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
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
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
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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…
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