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Julesey
Julesey asked:
What happened with new car sales last month? Is the number still falling? [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Economy New car sales
Sithabile
Sithabile asked:
Why did Bidvest perform so well today? [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Bidvest
Roxy
Roxy asked:
When is SA likely to have enough power so that load shedding is a thing of the [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Economy Eskom
If you watch the financial news of the TV or check on the performance of the stock markets online, you’ll come across the FTSE 100. So what exactly is the FTSE 100? Let’s take a closer look…

What is the FTSE 100? The FTSE 100 is the index of the top 100 stocks listed on the London Stock Exchange. The companies on the FTSE 100 are the biggest by market capitalisation on the London Stock Exchange. So out of the 2,469 stocks listed on the exchange, they are the top 100. Looking at the London Stock Market as a whole, the entire market... [read more]
noluthando9397
Hello Timon, 1.Please explain to me what is watch level? and should I do [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Forex Trader Forex
andani
andani asked:
I am thinking about investing in gold. Do you have any more information about [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Gold Investing in gold
Julesey
Julesey asked:
What’s a good way of trying to spot undervalued shares? [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Investing Undervalued shares
As a shareholder, there are times when the company you own shares in announces a rights issue. So what is a rights issue? And why do companies use rights issues? Let’s take a closer look at the ins and outs of rights issues…

What is a rights issue? When companies list on a stock exchange, it comes with a number of advantages. One of these advantages is a company can raise money by issuing new shares. And one way for a company to do this is through a rights issue. What happens is investors who already own shares in a company get the... [read more]
ANTOINETTE1
What is forex trading? [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Forex Forex trading
garthc
garthc asked:
How’s the rand holding up? [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Economy Rand
Isabella
Isabella asked:
What’s happening with the fuel price on Wednesday? [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Economy Fuel price
If you’ve looked into the different trading instruments available, you’ll most likely have come across options. Options trading is very popular in the States. It’s easily the most popular trading instrument retail traders use. So what is an option? And what is a call option? Let’s take a closer look…

What is an option? An option gives the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell something at an agreed price on or before an agreed date. You’ll find options available to trade on a number of shares. In South Africa,... [read more]
Timonr
Timonr asked:
Did you miss the Forex Interview on the Midday Spice on Lotus FM with me? Don't [read more]
Published at 01 Sep. 2014 in: Forex Forex 1 answer
aasif8156
aasif8156 asked:
Do you think keaton is worth buying @ 260? [read more]
Published at 31 Aug. 2014 in: Penny Shares
aasif8156
aasif8156 asked:
Is santova still a buy @ 220c [read more]
Published at 30 Aug. 2014 in: Red Hot Penny Shares
If you’ve researched companies to invest in on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), you may have come across ADRs. So what exactly are ADRs? Who issues ADRs? And why would shares on the JSE have ADRs? Let’s take a closer look…

What are ADRs? ADRs are American Depository Receipts. They trade on US stock exchanges, such as the New York Stock Exchange. The purpose of ADRs is to allow American investors to buy shares in foreign companies, such as a company listed in South Africa. Even though the focus of ADRs is for American investors, any... [read more]
aasif8156
aasif8156 asked:
Hi what's your take on these two Co. Telkom, netcare [read more]
Published at 30 Aug. 2014 in: Trading
uklovoju
uklovoju asked:
My questions center on Red Hot STORM Trader 1. As a new starter, how much [read more]
Published at 30 Aug. 2014 in: Investing Both online marketing and email marketing.
uklovoju
uklovoju asked:
Hello. I am pretty new to forex trading. I am also interested in stocks [read more]
Published at 30 Aug. 2014 in: Investing
The price earnings (PE) ratio is one of the most cited financial ratios. It can be a handy ratio to use, but it has its shortfalls. The good news is, there’s a modified version of the PE ratio. This deals with some of the issues with the PE ratio. So what is this other ratio? Read on to find out…

The problem with using the PE ratio One of the easiest and quickest ways of valuing a company is to look at its PE ratio. You can calculate a company’s PE ratio by dividing its current share price by its latest or forecast earnings per share... [read more]
Roxy
Roxy asked:
When should I sell a share that’s not performing? [read more]
Published at 29 Aug. 2014 in: Investing Selling shares
Anneli
Anneli asked:
What does internal rate of return mean? [read more]
Published at 29 Aug. 2014 in: Investing Internal rate of return
Roxanne
Roxanne asked:
Are there any reasons that silver looks like a good commodity to invest in? [read more]
Published at 29 Aug. 2014 in: Commodities Silver
JulieB
JulieB asked:
Are marijuana stocks in the US worth looking at? [read more]
Published at 29 Aug. 2014 in: Investing Investing in marijuana 1 answer
Steven
Steven asked:
What does the term closet tracker mean? [read more]
Published at 29 Aug. 2014 in: Unit Trusts Closet tracker 1 answer
 


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