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natasha3164
How does a double top formation work? [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: Forex Forex trading
falliemb
falliemb asked:
I’ve read a lot of positive things about investing in government retail [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: Bonds Government retail bonds
Noddie
Noddie asked:
I joined Red Hot STORM Trader. I wanted to deal with with Imara and [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: Forex Information
Once you get to grips with buying and selling shares on the stock market, there are a number of other things you might come across as a shareholder. One of these is a stock split. So what is a stock split? And why do companies split their stocks? Let’s take a closer look…

Why a company would do a stock split When a company first lists on a stock exchange, like the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, it may have a low share price. This could just be a few cents. But over the years as the company grows, the share price could rise to R500, R1,000 or... [read more]
jodie2223
jodie2223 asked:
Should I pay attention to costs of an ETF before investing? [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: ETFs Investing in etfs
JacoE
JacoE asked:
I am interested in investing in the commodities market, do you have any [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: Commodities Investing in commodities
Ndhove
Ndhove asked:
I read something about a new electronic bond platform. What is this about? [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: Bonds Treasury
If you want to invest in the stock market, you have two main options open to you. You can buy into unit trusts. Or you can buy specific shares. Whichever option you pick, how do you go about it? Do you decide one day that you’re going to invest a lump sum, or is there another way that allows you to invest? This alternative is rand cost averaging. So what is rand cost averaging? And what are the benefits of following a strategy like this? Read on to find out what you need to know about rand cost averaging…

The benefits of rand cost... [read more]
JulieB
JulieB asked:
What is an inverse head and shoulders pattern? [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: Forex Forex trading
Julesey
Julesey asked:
What are share buybacks [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Share buybacks
Isabella
Isabella asked:
Are there any aspects I should pay attention to before investing in an ETF? [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: ETFs Investing in etfs
If you read any analyst write-ups or more in-depth financial articles on a company, you may come across the term ‘sum of the parts valuation’. So exactly what is a sum of the parts valuation? And what can it tell you? Let’s take a closer look…

What makes up a company’s valuation? Many companies have a number of different underlying businesses under its umbrella. The profits of these different businesses give the company its overall profits. With companies like this, trying to value it with measures such as the price earnings (PE)... [read more]
andani
andani asked:
Why is the rand so weak? [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: Economy Rand
Rene
Rene asked:
Hi There Ho are you? What is you're opinion on Village reef's announcement re [read more]
Published at 22 Sep. 2014 in: Penny Shares Gold
sturu.tu
sturu.tu asked:
Hi i would like to know the profit of 10 000 afyer a yr just estimate pls on fsp [read more]
Published at 21 Sep. 2014 in: Investing Blueprint
Emerging markets are in countries that are classed as ‘developing’ nations. South Africa falls under this umbrella. Another emerging market is Brazil. The main stock market index in Brazil is the Bovespa. So how has this index been performing recently? And what makes up the index? Let’s take a closer look…

The main sectors of the Bovespa Index For the past three years, the Bovespa Index has been stuck in a sideways movement. This is mostly thanks to the cooling down of household credit in Brazil. This has led the main sector of the... [read more]
mosesmodise44
Hi, I asked a question on 07/09/14 re learning the basics,eg understanding the [read more]
Published at 20 Sep. 2014 in: Forex The basics
sibusiso.cele.5074
How do l register holding company? And how much money do are need to have as a [read more]
Published at 20 Sep. 2014 in: Investing
ANTOINETTE1
How can I improve my trading performance? [read more]
Published at 19 Sep. 2014 in: Trading Trading performance
If you have money in the bank, the interest rate the bank pays you should be important to you. You want to try to get the best interest rate you can. To do this, you need to work out the ‘real’ interest rate. So what is the real interest rate? And how can you calculate the real interest rate of your savings account? Read on to find out…

What is a real interest rate? In the world of finance, a ‘real’ figure is one that takes inflation into account. On the other hand, a ‘nominal’ figure doesn’t. So a real... [read more]
garthc
garthc asked:
How did Alibaba’s first day of trading go in the US? [read more]
Published at 19 Sep. 2014 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Alibaba
Roxy
Roxy asked:
What are the main things I should focus on when I invest? [read more]
Published at 19 Sep. 2014 in: Investing Investments
JulieB
JulieB asked:
What is enterprise value? [read more]
Published at 19 Sep. 2014 in: Investing Enterprise value
Julesey
Julesey asked:
What are the benefits of buying government retail bonds? [read more]
Published at 19 Sep. 2014 in: Bonds Government retail bonds
Isabella
Isabella asked:
Who is going to replace Gill Marcus as the governor of the Reserve Bank? [read more]
Published at 19 Sep. 2014 in: Economy New governor
 


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