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Warren Jeffrey

  • Revealed: A winning CFD trading strategy that could leave you 411.25% better off in 10 days
  • Can you imagine banking profits of over 411% in just ten days? Making gains like 105%, 72.46% and 101.04% regularly. With this simple CFD trading strategy, gains like this are within your grasp. And this trading strategy makes bagging potential gains incredibly easy. There's no frantic trading involved and you don't have to constantly check your email… Identifying market “sparks” that’ll... ››› more
  • [03 March 2014]
  • How you can profit from a trading system with a win rate of over 84%
  • Since the beginning of October last year, this trading system hasn't had a single losing trading. And over the past 12 months, the rate of winners over losers is a staggering 84.2%. So how can you get your slice of gains like 105%, 144.93% and 101.04%? Read on to discover the secret… The real beauty of short-term trading is that it's perfect for making profits in any market. That's bec... ››› more
  • [13 February 2014]
  • Totally transform your bank account with just R350 in 2014 using this investment tool!
  • The year 2014 could be the best financial year of your life. Because today we're going to show you how to use a mere R350 to utterly transform your finances. With this tried and tested strategy, R350 is really all you need! Today Warren Jeffrey, Head of Trading and Research at FSP Invest, is going to show you how easily you can get your hands on the most dynamic investment opportunity in ... ››› more
  • [13 December 2013]
  • The big platinum and gold mining companies in South Africa are doomed!
  • As things stand now, mines can't control their labour costs. Things are difficult for mining companies in South Africa thanks to the power struggle between various labour unions. In fact, the negative effect of labour unions on the mining sector cannot be overstressed. And now, even the big mines in South Africa are on a slippery slope. They're struggling to survive! And none more so than ... ››› more
  • [05 December 2013]
  • Discover the best profit opportunities for 2014 from ten of SA's top investing experts
  • On the 19th of October 2013, one hundred like-minded investors attended an exclusive wealth summit at the Michelangelo hotel, which was one of the highlights on the FSP Invest calendar for 2013. The summit ran from 9 'til 6 and filled the room with lucrative ideas ranging from investment strategies, trading opportunities, investment recommendations, delicious gourmet meals to a heated panel se... ››› more
  • [06 November 2013]
  • Retirement alert: A low risk way to boost your investment income…
  • As interest rates remain low, the returns you get from your money market and saving investments are poor. Read on to find out how you can boost your investment income… With interest rates at four decade lows, any return you make from your money market and saving investments is suffering. If you depend on your investment income to live off, you might find yourself dipping into your actual in... ››› more
  • [05 August 2013]
  • Your emergency cash stash: The importance of a savings account
  • While having your money work hard for you is paramount to financial security and your retirement nest egg, it's also important to have some money tucked away you can access quickly for emergencies. A savings account provides exactly that function. Here's what you need to consider when it comes to ‘rainy day' savings… Savings accounts are the least risky place you can put you money. Your mone... ››› more
  • [04 July 2013]
  • Exposed: Five rules to investing success
  • Nothing is a sure thing when it comes to investing in the stock market. But, if you follow these rules you can make your investment journey a smoother ride. Here are five rules to help you on your way to investment success… By applying certain rules to your investing, you can increase your chances of banking bigger profits. Here are five rules you should ignore at your peril according to Wa... ››› more
  • [13 June 2013]
  • Celebrating last week's petrol price drop? Think again!
  • If there's one expense I despise forking out money for, its petrol. It costs me thousands of rands a month just to get from A to B and that's before any long trips like a weekend away at the farm in KZN. I'm sure you have similar feelings. So when the petrol price dropped last week you probably had some small sense of satisfaction. But don't hold your breath... Petrol (currently at R12,16... ››› more
  • [11 June 2013]
  • Lonmin has just hours to agree to Amcu's ultimatum or face more labour unrest
  • The battle to keep the mining sector free from labour unrest heats up today. This after, the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) gave mining giant Lonmin until the end of the day to sign a recognition agreement or face the consequences of yet another costly strike at the mine… Amcu is holding the platinum industry hostage. This, after it threatened world’s third-lar... ››› more
  • [10 June 2013]
  • Producer price inflation figures ease - but it's not all good news…
  • Consumers who've been battling with ever-rising inflation breathed a sigh of relief yesterday, when Statistics SA said that producer price inflation (PPI) had eased to 5.4% in April, compared to 5.7% in March. But don't forget the rand's weakened drastically this month, which could undo this progress…   Statistics SA announced on Thursday that the annual percentage change in the PPI for ... ››› more
  • [31 May 2013]
  • Proof that MTN's management's onto a winning strategy!
  • With Cyril Ramaphosa retiring as non-executive director and chairperson of MTN yesterday to return to a career in politics, MTN Group's bringing back former chief executive Phuthuma Nhleko as its chairperson. Here's why this in management is nothing to worry about…   Phuthuma Nhleko was MTN’s chief executive for nine years before retiring in 2011 and letting Cyril Ramaphosa take over a... ››› more
  • [29 May 2013]
  • Newsflash: Despite a drop in bond yields, the listed property boom isn't over yet!
  • Property shares have just lost 6% in two days. This caused many investors to panic that the golden days of listed property investments are over. Don't listen to the naysayers - they've just been spooked into selling their stocks. Here's what really happened.   Listed property has been South Africa's best domestic asset class for the past five years because its annualised returns have ... ››› more
  • [27 May 2013]
  • Watch your mining investments as union turf wars heat up…
  • Even union members are unhappy with the fact that there's so much strike action that turns violent in the country. That's why the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has seen a drastic drop in membership over the past few months, as its members turn to the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) instead. But all this ‘union infighting' is taking its toll on the economy! Here's h... ››› more
  • [27 May 2013]
  • If you haven't already invested in African stock markets, now's the time to do so!
  • Up to the start of this year, foreign investors' sentiment on investing in Africa has shown that South Africa's your best bet because the rest of Africa comes with political and geographical risk, and potentially high levels of volatility. Now, the tables have turned. Stock market success in African countries like Ghana, Rwanda, Kenya, and Nigeria prove Africa's got more to offer investors than wh... ››› more
  • [23 May 2013]
  • Gill Marcus is unlikely to drop the interest rates further today… Here's why
  • It's that time of month again, where economists keep a beady eye on the news to see if inflation will be affected by a drop in the interest rates. But analysts say not to worry. They expect SA Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus to keep the interest rates steady today because the weak rand is already driving inflation up higher than necessary…   Yesterday, economists predicted that higher-... ››› more
  • [23 May 2013]
  • Explained: The relationship between unions' wage demands, strikes and the rand
  • Last week, the media reported that the rand was ‘softer' on the back of mining labour tension. This week, they're reporting that wage demands have sent the rand tumbling to a new four-year low, despite the fact that the strikes at Amplats and Lonmin have been called off… Here's why investors are still being cautious of investing in the mining industry.   There were further strike fears... ››› more
  • [21 May 2013]
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