Trencor is an investment holding company dealing in the marine container industry. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Trencor Limited
Short name: Trencor
Sector: Industrial goods & services – industrial transportation
Five top facts about Trencor
Trencor is an investment holding company focusing on the business of ownin... ››› more
Investing in overseas stocks has its benefits.
It adds diversification to your portfolio. And you stand to reap the rewards from companies performing well elsewhere in the world where economies are performing better than South Africa's.
So how can you do it? Read on to find out…
How to invest in overseas companies
There are a number of ways you can invest in companies overseas.
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Many of the world's developed economies appear to be firmly on the road to recovery.
The British economy is back to its pre-financial crisis levels. And whilst the US is still benefitting from the Federal Reserve's stimulus programme, economic indicators are optimistic.
Yes, the South African economy is looking fragile. But if overseas economies continue to grow, SA should benefit from the ... ››› more
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