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Why are there stock markets? [read more]
Published at 03 Jul. 2015 in: Stock Market Stock markets
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What exactly are penny stocks and how can I invest in them? [read more]
Published at 03 Jul. 2015 in: Penny Shares Penny stocks
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What make good patterns to use to show that a currency pair price is about to [read more]
Published at 03 Jul. 2015 in: Forex Forex trading
As your role as a parent, as well as teaching a whole host of different life skills, it’s vital you also educate your children about money. To prepare them for adulthood, it is vital your children know how to be financially independent, the dangers of debt and how they can grow their money. Here’s how you can do it…

Basic money principle #1: Money is not an entitlement You need to teach your children that money isn’t an entitlement. It’s something they need to earn, Tom Dyson in The Palm Beach Daily explains. Some children... [read more]
TammyN
TammyN asked:
How can I check how much cash a company is generating and if it’s at a [read more]
Published at 03 Jul. 2015 in: Investing Cash
Martin
Martin asked:
How does a head and shoulders pattern work? [read more]
Published at 02 Jul. 2015 in: Trading Head and shoulders
Anneli
Anneli asked:
What sort of things should I keep in mind when investing in shares that will [read more]
Published at 02 Jul. 2015 in: Investing Investing in shares
If you want to give trading a go, you may think your options include single stock futures, contracts for difference and spread trading. But there is a different form of trading you could consider. And it works in a slightly different way to many other forms of trading. It’s binary trading. So how does binary trading work? Read on to find out…

What is binary trading? Binary trading involves speculating on whether a specific event will happen within a given period of time. Your profit or loss depends on whether this happens or not. Unlike... [read more]
ROBERT1951
ROBERT1951 asked:
I have shares in Pan African Resources. I am taking a knock and would like to [read more]
Published at 02 Jul. 2015 in: Penny Shares
bevin3103
bevin3103 asked:
Why should I consider investing in commodities? [read more]
Published at 02 Jul. 2015 in: Commodities Investing in commodities
kara
kara asked:
Why did the government sell its stake in Vodacom? [read more]
Published at 02 Jul. 2015 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Vodacom 1 answer
If you check the financial information of a listed company online or read market commentary, you’ve likely come across reference to the price earnings (PE) ratio. So what is the PE ratio? And how should you use it? Read on to find out…

What is the PE ratio? The PE ratio is simply a company’s current share price divided by its current earnings per share (EPS). In other words… PE ratio = Current share price / Current EPS The PE ratio tells you the value of a company as a multiple of its after-tax profits, Money Week... [read more]
Heck
Heck asked:
Hi! I need to find the dividend yield of STANLIB SA Property Exchange Traded [read more]
Published at 02 Jul. 2015 in: ETFs 1 answer
drphil
drphil asked:
Hi Timon Thanks for last times answer on Cycle trends,I'm much clearer on [read more]
Published at 02 Jul. 2015 in: Forex Cycle trends/forex
tshithiwa
tshithiwa asked:
Should I pay any attention to the CEO of a company I want to invest in? Is it [read more]
Published at 02 Jul. 2015 in: Investing Company ceos
If you’ve read about investing on the stock market, you’re likely to have come across the term diversification. So what exactly is diversification? How does it work? And what are the benefits of diversification? Read on to find out…

What is diversification? Diversification involves dividing your wealth up amongst different investments. By doing this, you avoid becoming too reliant on one investment’s performance. In other words, diversification is about ensuring you don’t keep all your eggs in one basket. By diversifying, you... [read more]
joe9663
joe9663 asked:
What sort of things can I do to increase my chances of making money investing [read more]
Published at 01 Jul. 2015 in: Investing Investing in shares
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What economic factors have an impact on the bond market? [read more]
Published at 01 Jul. 2015 in: Bonds Bond market 1 answer
anneli8139
anneli8139 asked:
Are there any good funds that specialise in small companies and penny stocks? [read more]
Published at 01 Jul. 2015 in: Unit Trusts Funds
When you buy and sell shares, the prices you buy or sell at matter. You don’t want to pay over the odds for shares and you don’t want to sell at a lower price than what you bought at. It can be difficult knowing what to do. So if you’re investing for the long-term, when should you sell? Read on to find out…

The impact of the price of shares to a long-term investor If you invest for the long-term, you shouldn’t become too concerned about what share prices are doing right now. For instance, if you’re investing in dividend... [read more]
mark5558
mark5558 asked:
I notice the AltX hasn’t recovered since the financial crisis. Should I [read more]
Published at 01 Jul. 2015 in: Penny Shares Altx
mark5781
mark5781 asked:
How can I check if a company is trading at discount, especially if it sitting [read more]
Published at 01 Jul. 2015 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Stock valuations
Heck
Heck asked:
Hi! I need to invest for retirement. Which ETF has got the highest dividend [read more]
Published at 01 Jul. 2015 in: ETFs Retirement
Malungi
Malungi asked:
hi Timon Regarding the cycle trends forex, must a person be trading with a [read more]
Published at 01 Jul. 2015 in: Forex Trader
mark2050
mark2050 asked:
Are there any risks that I should bear in mind with regards to my retirement [read more]
Published at 01 Jul. 2015 in: Retirement Retirement risks
 


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