Global markets are watching developments around the French elections for direction. Once again, a far-right candidate, with radical views is the underdog and has the potential to create a shock to the status quo.
Emmanuel Marcon is leading Marine Le Pen after the first round, both candidates have offered to hold referendums on remaining part of the European Union.
The US earnings season k... ››› more
**Trade Alert: What to Invest in NOW**
After an almost meteoric rise in share price, this small cap's share price has come back to earth.
And it's time to buy again.
You see this share has fallen from an all-time high of R16.99 on 31 October 2016 to R10.60 where it is today.
That's a similar price to a year ago, where it rallied over 65% in less than 7 months. And it did a similar thing... ››› more
South Africa sits with the ‘achievement' of having 8 out of the world's ten deepest mines.
While this is clearly an achievement in engineering - it's a problem specifically for our gold mining industry.
Production costs have skyrocketed, accidents in the deep mines make it even more difficult to profit.
In fact, in the 1970's South Africa produced as much as 80% of the world's gold,... ››› more
Local furniture manufacturing may not be the most exciting sector on the JSE, but there is one furniture company bucking the trend. This company doesn't care if the South African consumer is “under pressure”. It doesn't care if South Africa's economic growth outlook is weak. In fact, shareholders were most likely celebrating in secret when they heard Pravin Gordhan was being investigated by th... ››› more
Investing isn't just limited to buying shares. There are a number of different assets you can hold in your investment portfolio.
To reduce your risks, it's a good idea to spread your capital amongst different assets.
So what sort of assets should you consider having in your diversified portfolio?
Read on to find out…
You should always hold some cash
You might not think cash has... ››› more
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