The producer price index, non-farm payrolls, new housing starts, gross domestic product….
The list of economic indicators released monthly is massive.
The South African Reserve Bank alone releases a four-page report with more than 110 different economic indicators each month. That's not even considering international indicators.
So, which of these indicators should you keep an eye on, a... ››› more
Looking at the performance of stock markets over the long-term shows that they tend to trend upwards. Of course, there are times when the market or particular shares fall.
Buying into stocks is the most obvious way of making money from the rise of the stock market, but there are opportunities to profit when the market falls too.
To make the most of the stock market trends you need to underst... ››› more
Statistics show that small-caps, in other words penny stocks, outperform over the long-term.
That's a historic fact.
But the key to investing in penny stocks is understanding that this performance comes in fits and starts.
So when should you invest in penny stocks and when should you avoid them?
Let's take a closer look…
The secret to making money investing in penny stocks
W... ››› more
You may be surprised to learn that there's a surprising correlation between the cash that Warren Buffett holds in his company Berkshire Hathaway and the performance of the stock market.
This correlation reveals one of the top reasons why Warren Buffett is one of the world's most successful investors.
So what is this investment strategy?
Read on to find out…
Warren Buffett and the ... ››› more
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