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anneli8139
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What happened with interest rates? [read more]
Published at 29 Jan. 2015 in: Economy Interest rates
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I haven’t got the cash to invest in property to buy a house to rent out, [read more]
Published at 29 Jan. 2015 in: Property Buying property
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What are single stock futures? [read more]
Published at 29 Jan. 2015 in: Trading Single stock futures
If you want to value a company, particularly a mature one that pays a stable dividend, then there’s a great way to do it. You can use the Gordon’s growth model, otherwise known as the dividend discount model. So how can you calculate the Gordon’s growth model? And what types of companies does it work best for? Read on to find out…

The ins and outs of the Gordon’s growth model The Gordon’s growth model is a simple yet power way of valuing shares using a company’s future dividends. It works like this… To value... [read more]
bevin3103
bevin3103 asked:
Are new developments a good idea to look at for investment properties? [read more]
Published at 29 Jan. 2015 in: Property New development
mbhazima reddy
I have registered for Winning Streaks since November but i have not started [read more]
Published at 29 Jan. 2015 in: Trading The winning streak
mark5781
mark5781 asked:
Why is the rand trending weaker again? [read more]
Published at 29 Jan. 2015 in: Forex Rand
When you begin researching a company to invest in, there are many things to look at. One thing you should have a look at is operational gearing. If you invest in a company with high operational gearing and its business takes a turn for the worse, the effects could be devastating. Especially if the company has a high financial gearing too. Read on to uncover what you need to know about operational gearing…

What is operational gearing? Operational gearing is a way of measuring how sensitive a company’s trading profits are to changes in its... [read more]
JPLAW
JPLAW asked:
I had both Petmin and Wescoal in our RHPS portfolio some time back and let go [read more]
Published at 29 Jan. 2015 in: Penny Shares Resources and scarcity report
roysten
roysten asked:
Thank you Mark R for the advice. I'm am a member of STOCK of the [read more]
Published at 28 Jan. 2015 in: Stock of the Month Email marketing
vakesthomas
Hi I have just subscribed for a sport stake and I'm not sure we're to bet will [read more]
Published at 28 Jan. 2015 in: Money Online betting 1 answer
Whether you’re new to investing or have more experience, penny stocks are one area of the stock market that many investors find intriguing. They have the potential to make you a lot of money in a short space of time, but you could also make some bad stock picks and end up losing much of your investment. So if you want to invest in penny stocks, how should you go about it? Read on to find out…

The exciting world of penny stocks Investing in penny stocks is harder than it first appears. There are some that become big winners, but there are... [read more]
roxanne3
roxanne3 asked:
How important is it to have a long-term view when investing? [read more]
Published at 28 Jan. 2015 in: Investing Long-term investing 1 answer
leah2846
leah2846 asked:
What is the minimum lump sum allowed for RHPS? If it's a monthly deposit in [read more]
Published at 28 Jan. 2015 in: Investing Rhps 1 answer
leah2846
leah2846 asked:
I am ready to invest in RHPS shares but I do not know of any broker. What [read more]
Published at 28 Jan. 2015 in: Investing Investing in red hoy penny shares 1 answer
When it comes to deciding whether or not to invest in a particular stock, it can be a difficult task. How do you know you’re making the right decision? If you’re looking for confirmation about whether you should invest in a stock or not, check out its ROCE. So what is ROCE? And how can you use ROCE to make a good investment? Read on to find out…

What is ROCE? ROCE stands for return on capital employed. ROCE looks at a company’s trading profit as a percentage of the money or assets invested in the business. This measure may not be... [read more]
marvan
marvan asked:
Good day I was just wondering if you can give me some advice. I have a few [read more]
Published at 28 Jan. 2015 in: Forex Forex trading questions 3 answers
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Hi I have been trying to contact you people with no success, on your telephone [read more]
Published at 28 Jan. 2015 in: Money Email 1 answer
asduij
asduij asked:
What’s going on with Bitcoin? I’ve not heard much about it recently. [read more]
Published at 28 Jan. 2015 in: Investing Bitcoin
If you decide to trade forex, one thing you must do is keep an eye on a number of economic events that can affect the currencies you’re trading. If you don’t know when crucial data is due for release, you could get a nasty shock if you’re in a trade when it does a swift about turn. So what economic indicators do you need to know about? Read on to find out…

The most important economic indicators There are four economic indicators that you need to know about when you trade forex. Depending on the currency you’re trading, you need to... [read more]
288
288 asked:
Will Anchor Group be a good share to buy now? [read more]
Published at 28 Jan. 2015 in: Penny Shares 1 answer
lizbet
lizbet asked:
are orbtech holdinds still in operation?i had shares in orbtech holdings but it [read more]
Published at 27 Jan. 2015 in: Trading
Ndhove
Ndhove asked:
How does CFD trading work? [read more]
Published at 27 Jan. 2015 in: Trading Cfd 1 answer
alfredm
alfredm asked:
Why are shares in Lewis Group up so much today? [read more]
Published at 27 Jan. 2015 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Lewis group 1 answer
marktest99
marktest99 asked:
What’s the best way to handle a loss when I’m trading? [read more]
Published at 27 Jan. 2015 in: Trading Trading losses 1 answer
 


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