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What does the bank check when I apply for a bond? [read more]
Published at 06 Mar. 2015 in: Property Bond
How long is this club operating. [read more]
Published at 06 Mar. 2015 in: Accelerated Investor No question
sandiso asked:
How do I do if I want to be a truck distributor Regards sd Notununu [read more]
Published at 06 Mar. 2015 in: Investing Online economy
When you buy shares, you buy a share in a company. You become a part owner. The number of shares you buy determines how big a slice of the company you own. So why should you consider buying shares? Read on to find out…

What owning shares means When you buy shares in a company, it means three main things for you… You can sell your shares onto other investors. You are entitled to a share of the company’s profits by way of a dividend. You can vote at shareholder meetings, like AGMs (annual general meetings). But... [read more]
JeremyM asked:
Why is the rand trading weaker again? [read more]
Published at 06 Mar. 2015 in: Forex Rand
rachelp asked:
What is a single stock future and how does it work? [read more]
Published at 06 Mar. 2015 in: Trading Single stock futures
kamrudeen asked:
Are there really money to be made on all the eicomendations on any of te [read more]
Published at 06 Mar. 2015 in: FAQs Trading
When it comes to short-term trading, technical analysis (or charting) tends to yield better results over fundamental analysis. While you can’t ignore fundamentals, learn to use your charts to take advantage of market moves and profit. So how can you make the best use of technical analysis when you trade? Read on to find out…

11 rules for using technical analysis Ignore what’s happening in the news when relying on technical analysis. The charts you use will show you what’s going on. Once you get a signal from your... [read more]
roxanne3 asked:
Are fixed-income investments like bonds a good idea to invest in? [read more]
Published at 06 Mar. 2015 in: Bonds Fixed income investments 1 answer
Masenya442 asked:
I have a serious problem about closing the deals, the I have every time I see a [read more]
Published at 05 Mar. 2015 in: Forex Trader Confused 1 answer
Agrippa asked:
Hi can anyone tell me how long is a waiting period to get a refund? last week i [read more]
Published at 05 Mar. 2015 in: Index Trader Online marketing
One of the main reasons investors buy bonds is to secure a regular income. Bonds pay a fixed interest rate for the duration of their life. While this gives you peace of mind as you know how much you’ll receive in income, the interest rate you receive is vulnerable to soaring inflation. Let’s take a closer look…

Bonds tend to quote nominal interest rates When you buy bonds, you’re essentially lending the bond issuer money. In return for lending to the issuer, you receive interest payments until the bond matures. This is usually... [read more]
falliemb asked:
What determines the price of a share? [read more]
Published at 05 Mar. 2015 in: Stock Market Shares 1 answer
aasif8156 asked:
Howzit Francois . Where can i find these property auctions for bank repos [read more]
Published at 05 Mar. 2015 in: Property
daanlubbe asked:
Hallo Marko You don't mention in your invitation to join your service, the [read more]
Published at 05 Mar. 2015 in: Forex Trader Forex Trader 1 answer
The price earnings (PE) ratio is one of the most widely used financial ratios in the investment world. Yet in spite of its popularity, the PE ratio has its flaws. One major flaw is that it can lead investors to jump to the wrong conclusion about the profitability of a company. So what other financial ratio should you use instead? Read on to find out…

What is the PE ratio? You can use the PE ratio to value a company or a market. To calculate the PE ratio, you take the current share price and divide that by the current (or forecast) earnings... [read more]
Eldrich101 asked:
Hi Francois, you came up with a few good picks recently but by the time your [read more]
Published at 05 Mar. 2015 in: Penny Shares Red hot penny shares 1 answer
Roxy asked:
I have just opened an account with a stock broker, what do I say over the phone [read more]
Published at 04 Mar. 2015 in: Stock Brokers Buying shares 1 answer
jozy asked:
How does one have to start or earn shares and how much does it cost for [read more]
Published at 04 Mar. 2015 in: Red Hot Penny Shares Email marketing 1 answer
Being a successful investor very much comes down to how you manage the losses of any investments you make. Yes, you should know when it’s time to exit a profitable position too, but you’re never going to complain about making too much money on a share. So how can you manage your losses? One way is to limit your losses to a portion of your investment pot and use stop losses to manage it. Read on to find out how this works…

Know how much you’re willing to lose before investing Using stop losses as a way to manage your downside risk... [read more]
JulieB asked:
How do I decide what unit trust to invest in? [read more]
Published at 04 Mar. 2015 in: Unit Trusts Investing in unit trusts 1 answer
gert1328 asked:
Hi Timon, what do you mean with the expiry date on your tips email? [read more]
Published at 04 Mar. 2015 in: Red Hot Trader 1 answer
The order form only gives an payment option of a credit card payment, is there [read more]
Published at 03 Mar. 2015 in: FAQs 1 answer
I can not help to think that WCC will gain some in the next few months seeing [read more]
Published at 03 Mar. 2015 in: Stock Market
dtrez asked:
Where the hell do I go to download the March issue of Red Hot Panny [read more]
Published at 02 Mar. 2015 in: Penny Shares Online report 1 answer

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