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  • The most anticipated event in the crypto world in 2020 is coming next month…
  • I'm talking about the “Bitcoin Halving”. You might be familiar with this massive event…But simply, “Halvings” have been a boon for bitcoin investors in previous years. For instance… After the 1st halving in 2012, Bitcoin soared to over $1,000, in just 12 months - a +7,000% gain! Then following the 2nd halving in 2016, Bitcoin rallied 300% in just 12 months. The next... ››› more
  • [14 April 2020]
  • Why STOs will change how we invest in the future
  • Remember, last month, I introduced a crypto concept called “decentralised finance or DeFI". In short, DeFi would allow you to create an entire financial system without banks or central authorities. And, because this would make things cheaper and more efficient, DeFI could overtake every area of traditional finance. One avenue of DeFi, is something called Security Token Offerings (STO... ››› more
  • [06 April 2020]
  • Has gold lost its “safe-haven” status?
  • Lots of people think of gold as a hedge against uncertainty. And that's usually the case. But over the past two weeks, something odd happened in the gold market…   From 9 March to 19 March, the dollar gold price fell from $1,679 to $1,472.   If gold is the ultimate hedge against uncertainty, why then, did it fall double digits (over 12%) in less than two weeks?  ... ››› more
  • [01 April 2020]
  • The little-known tax secret that can get you up to R23,800 tax-free every year
  • Consider this… In 1995, SARS collected just over R127 billion in tax revenue. Today, that figure stands at R1.14 trillion. By 2018, SARS aims to collect R1.26 trillion in tax revenue. In short, SARS is coming after more of your money. And they will do everything in their power to get their greedy hands on as much of your money as possible. But what if I told you… Th... ››› more
  • [21 September 2017]
  • The tax implications of buying government retail bonds
  • Government retail bonds (or RSA Retail Bonds) can be a useful savings vehicle. But like all other sources of interest and income, you may have to pay tax on your gains. So when are you liable to pay tax on the interest you receive from government retail bonds? And is there anyway round it? Read on to find out… How government retail bonds work From just R1,000 you can invest in govern... ››› more
  • [27 August 2015]
  • What you need to know about government retail bonds
  • If you're looking to put your money into a low risk investment, one option to consider if government retail bonds. Government retail bonds are easily accessible bonds for members of the public to buy. So what exactly are government retail bonds? How do they work? And how much do you need to invest? Read on to find out… What are government retail bonds? When you buy government r... ››› more
  • [24 August 2015]

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