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Eason
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What does the new BRICS development bank mean for emerging markets going [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Investing Emerging market
jatha.peda
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What will happen to the price of gold if the banks that was manipilated the [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Gold
JulieB
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Is the metalworkers strike finally over? [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Economy Metalworkers strike
Bollinger Bands are a great technical indicator to use. They can be very useful in helping you time your trades. So how can you use them best? And how should you use Bollinger Bands as part of your trading strategy? Read on to find out…

Using Bollinger Bands on your charting software Bollinger Bands show you the volatility of the underlying share or index you’re looking at. You can read more about how this works here. You’ll find that the majority of charting packages let you use Bollinger Bands. Depending on the package you use,... [read more]
Julesey
Julesey asked:
I read an article that said Petra Diamonds’ production was up. Where do they [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Petra diamonds
Gert1946
Gert1946 asked:
YOUR opinion on Finbond and Afdawn for the short term? [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Penny Shares Shares
Isabella
Isabella asked:
What is fundamental analysis, and where should I start? [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Investing Fundamental analysis
Every investor probably wishes that there was a perfect investment out there. You’d be rich. And you’d never have to worry about money again. If only investing was that simple. But, you can improve your odds of success in the stock market. You just need to look for certain characteristics in an investment. Let’s take a closer look to see what you should look for…

The characteristics of a perfect investment Perfect investment characteristic #1: A high rate of return You want a rate of return that’s better than inflation, taxes and the... [read more]
bronwyn
bronwyn asked:
What are the best ways to travel on a budget? [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Personal Finance Traveling
Maureen
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Is there any evidence to suggest that Bitcoin has a future? [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Investing Bitcoin
chantalk
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Can you still make up for the lost time if you start saving for retirement in [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Retirement Retirement savings
You might not think silver is the best metal to buy at the moment. After all, the silver price hasn’t performed well lately. But evidence shows that now couldn’t be a better time. Read on to find out why…

The movement of the silver price is almost predictable for certain months of the year Have a look at the chart below… The chart shows you the monthly chart of silver performance for the past two decades, Sean Brodrick in Investment U explains. From the chart, you can see that silver has closed at a higher price in July... [read more]
Steven
Steven asked:
How can I ensure that my savings beat the rate of inflation? [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Personal Finance Savings
Sithabile
Sithabile asked:
It looks like the rand is hold its ground at the moment. Is it likely to keep [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Economy Rand
ricky.solarsh
Hi Francois What do you think is the reason for Keaton trading at such a [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Red Hot Penny Shares Keaton energy - discount to nav
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]
Anna
Anna asked:
How is the gold price looking over the short to long term? [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Gold Gold price
name
name asked:
Is there any update on the strike in the metalworkers and engineering sector? [read more]
Published at 28 Jul. 2014 in: Economy Metalworkers strike
nelson canha
Hi Francois, I'm totally new in share trading, having joined RHPS from 1st [read more]
Published at 27 Jul. 2014 in: Red Hot Penny Shares Purchasing and selling shares
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]
Roxy
Roxy asked:
What sort of sectors are likely to perform well through thick and thin? [read more]
Published at 25 Jul. 2014 in: Investing Sectors
TammyN
TammyN asked:
If the market turns into a bear market, is there anything I can do to prepare? [read more]
Published at 25 Jul. 2014 in: Stock Market Bear market
andani
andani asked:
Is it a bad sign if a CEO steps down from a company? [read more]
Published at 25 Jul. 2014 in: Investing Ceo
ziaad
ziaad asked:
i have recieved the sms from rhps for this months tip,and i have recieved the [read more]
Published at 25 Jul. 2014 in: Penny Shares Let down 1 answer
bronwyn
bronwyn asked:
Where can you retire comfortably abroad with a lower monthly income? [read more]
Published at 25 Jul. 2014 in: Personal Finance Retirement
 


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