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georgeat8
georgeat8 asked:
I see Merafe has dropped in price to R 1.15c. Is it still a buy at that price [read more]
Published at 02 Oct. 2014 in: Penny Shares E-mail
andani
andani asked:
What are CFDs and why do people trade them? [read more]
Published at 02 Oct. 2014 in: Trading Cfds
JacoE
JacoE asked:
I see the rand is a bit stronger. Are there any reasons for that? [read more]
Published at 02 Oct. 2014 in: Economy Stronger rand
When the price of a currency starts moving about after being in a defined trend, it can be hard to know where it’s heading. This is where trend continuation patterns come in. If you spot one of these, it could just be a matter of time before the currency resumes its trend. One of these patterns is a flag formation. Let’s take a closer look at how a flag formation works and how you can use it in your forex trading…

What is a flag formation? A flag formation is a trend continuation pattern. A flag formation has a period of consolidation over a... [read more]
Washington
Washington asked:
Morning I enrolled for the traders challenge on the 30th of September via [read more]
Published at 02 Oct. 2014 in: Trading
JulieB
JulieB asked:
Did Mark Shuttleworth win his appeal against the Reserve Bank? [read more]
Published at 02 Oct. 2014 in: Economy Mark shuttleworth
Julesey
Julesey asked:
How can I improve my forex trading? [read more]
Published at 02 Oct. 2014 in: Forex Forex trading 1 answer
When it comes to looking at the performance of a company, one thing you’ll be interested in is profits. One of the best ways to do this is to look at profit margins. Profit margins shows you in a percentage how well the company’s done turning sales from the money it’s forked out on goods. But there’s more than one type of profit margin to look at. Read on to find out the differences between them…

What is a profit margin? Profit margins tell you how much of a company’s sales (or revenue) is turned into profit. This figure is... [read more]
ANTOINETTE1
Are there certain types of financial instruments that suit me better at certain [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Personal Finance Financial planning
Sithabile
Sithabile asked:
Is there a good way to invest in resources stocks? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Commodities Resources 1 answer
garthc
garthc asked:
Why are health workers demanding a pay hike? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Economy Health workers 1 answer
When a company lists of the stock market, it issues shares in its company. Investors buy these securing a stake in the fortunes of the company. But companies don’t just issue shares, sometimes they also buy them back. This is a share buyback. So what is a share buyback? And why would a company buyback some of its shares? Let’s take a closer look…

What are share buybacks? A share buyback is exactly that – a company buys back shares in the company. The idea behind a share buyback is that companies are effectively returning cash to... [read more]
name
name asked:
What are financial instruments and what ones are there available? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Investing Financial instruments
Steven
Steven asked:
Have you got any tips to make me a more successful forex trader? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Forex Forex trading 1 answer
Roxy
Roxy asked:
Why has the rand weakened more? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Economy Rand 2 answers
When you think about the value of a company, you might think it’s just a case of looking at its market capitalisation. That is, multiply the number of shares outstanding by the current share price. But the market capitalisation just gives you the value of the equity of a company. It doesn’t include other factors. To understand the value of a company as a whole, you need to calculate the enterprise value. So what is the enterprise value? And how can you calculate the enterprise value? Let’s take a closer look…

What is the enterprise... [read more]
Maureen
Maureen asked:
What’s the best way of building a good share portfolio? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Investing Long-term portfolio
ziaad
ziaad asked:
afro - c and jasco are related,afro shot up since yesterday and jasco fell [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Penny Shares
name
name asked:
What fundamental factors have the biggest bearing on the forex market? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Forex Fundamental factors 1 answer
If you’re an income investor, your main focus is investing in companies that pay dividends. Of course, you can’t predict into the future what’s in store for a company, but you can check how it’s looking cash wise. One of the best ways of doing this is to look at a company’s free cash flow. Using this figure instead of earnings or profits is a more reliable way of seeing how the company is performing. And if it has enough money to pay dividends. So what is free cash flow? And how can you calculate a company’s free cash flow? Let’s take a closer... [read more]
Anna
Anna asked:
What’s going on with the oil price? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Commodities Oil 1 answer
Eason
Eason asked:
Have you got any suggestions for buying shares that will cope well with a [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Investing Market sell off
TammyN
TammyN asked:
What does liquidity mean? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Investing Liquidity 1 answer
123
123 asked:
Why is the rand weaker again today? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Economy Rand
Martin
Martin asked:
Are there actually any downsides to being wealthy?? [read more]
Published at 01 Oct. 2014 in: Personal Finance Downsides to being wealthy 1 answer
 


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