When you invest in penny shares you need to be alert.
Companies can pay you “stealth dividends”, or literally steal a chunk of your investment, without you even knowing it.
So it's important you know exactly how companies can do this and what to look out for…
“Stealth Dividends”: The only way a company can pay you tax free dividends!
You get “stealth dividends” f... ››› more
Over the last three decades, the small-cap sector (which houses ‘penny shares') outperformed nearly every other market by a landslide.
In fact, if you had spread R10,000 across the entire small-cap universe in 1996, you would have turned it into R171,021.60 by 2015.
And since 1929, the average annual return on small-cap stocks has been 11.9%, according to Morningstar Ibbotson data on inter... ››› 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
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