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thandazile4624
I just want to know where do I start if I want to trade I don't know nothing [read more]
Published at 24 Jul. 2014 in: Red Hot Trader
Tebogo28
Tebogo28 asked:
Why has East Plats jumped up more that 900% in 2 days? [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Penny Shares Red hot penny shares
Derekprins
Derekprins asked:
I want to start investing on the JSE. How do I find a broker and waht should I [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Stock Brokers
There are certain technical indicators that are commonly used. Even if you use a technical analysis program on a daily basis, chances are there will be a few tools you haven’t used, or perhaps haven’t even noticed are there. Ichimoku is probably one of these. But this indicator can help you find support and resistance levels. And it can help you pinpoint breakouts. Read on to find out more about this trading tool…

The basics of Ichimoku A Japanese journalist developed this technical indicator 45 years ago. It’s called Ichimoku Kinko Hyo... [read more]
garthc
garthc asked:
How can I start researching companies that pay good dividends? Is there [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Dividends Dividend paying companies
Anna
Anna asked:
I want to invest in gold, what are my options? [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Gold Invest in gold
Isabella
Isabella asked:
Is the rand doing better just because of inflation data? [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Economy Rand
If you’re looking to generate an income from your investment, investing in dividend paying shares is one way to do just that. But what if you didn’t take the dividend as income and reinvested it instead? Let’s take a closer look…

What is reinvesting dividends all about? When you invest in dividend paying shares, instead of taking that money and using it for other purposes, you could buy more shares instead. What this does is allow your investment to benefit from compounding. It causes a snowball effect on your investment. Have a look at... [read more]
ANTOINETTE1
What did inflation come in at last month? Is it getting higher? [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Economy Inflation
TammyN
TammyN asked:
I see the rand is managing to hold its ground and if anything looks better. Is [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Economy Rand 1 answer
andani
andani asked:
Why were all the markets, including the JSE, so much higher yesterday? [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Stock Market Global markets
It may come as a surprise, but cash can serve as a good hedge in your portfolio. Including cash as part of a diversified portfolio reduces your overall risk. Why? Because cash comes with very little risk. And this offsets investments you have in higher risk assets, such as shares. But by holding cash, are you not at risk of inflation nibbling away at it? Let’s take a closer look…

How cash responds when inflation is falling Different assets act differently to periods of high inflation or periods of falling inflation. For example, when prices... [read more]
123
123 asked:
I am looking to start a long-term portfolio. Does it makes sense to focus on [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Investing Long-term portfolio 1 answer
Mark
Mark asked:
What are the key indicators of a company with a strong economic moat? [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Investing Finding strong companies 1 answer
Eason
Eason asked:
What should I take into account to get a true reflection of my forex trading [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Forex Forex trading 1 answer
Pivot points are a very handy technical indicator to use for forex trading. They’re a really useful tool. They can help you get in and out of trades. So what exactly are pivot points? And what can you use them for? Let’s take a closer look…

What are pivot points? Pivot points are the average of highs, lows and closing prices from a previous trading range. This makes them a really simple tool to use. If you use pivot points on a chart, the pivots are normally marked with R1, R2 and R3, Max Munroe in Forex Round-Up explains. These show the... [read more]
thinus.meyer
Ellies holdings closed at 293c per share yesterday. Revenue increased [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Penny Shares
bronwyn
bronwyn asked:
How can you start saving more money on a regular basis if you're not used to it? [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Personal Finance Savings account 1 answer
thinus.meyer
Ellies holdings closed at 293c per share yesterday. Revenue increased [read more]
Published at 23 Jul. 2014 in: Red Hot Penny Shares Penny shares
If you’ve decided to give trading a go, the first thing you need to decide is what you’re going to trade. There are a whole host of instruments out there covering a wide range of assets. You can trade indexes, shares, commodities and forex. So why should you give forex trading some serious consideration? Let’s take a look…

Reason #1: Forex trading is easy to do Unlike trying to hone in on a particular share, forex trading means you only need to look at a few currencies. And unlike shares, which have a variety of different factors... [read more]
Bayazi
Bayazi asked:
I want to know that what ifI dont have enough money to open a brokers account [read more]
Published at 22 Jul. 2014 in: Penny Shares Penny shares investment 1 answer
Steven
Steven asked:
Have you got any tips to find stocks that are good to invest in over the [read more]
Published at 22 Jul. 2014 in: Investing Stock tips 1 answer
Roxy
Roxy asked:
I read an article about investing in companies with economic moats. How can I [read more]
Published at 22 Jul. 2014 in: Investing Investing strategy
Martin
Martin asked:
A friend of mine has been a victim of the R699 car scheme. Is there anything [read more]
Published at 22 Jul. 2014 in: Personal Finance R699 car scheme 1 answer
name
name asked:
Is there a new deal to try to bring an end to the metalworkers strike? [read more]
Published at 22 Jul. 2014 in: Economy Metalworkers strike
 


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