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japie8301
japie8301 asked:
Hi there Warren, I have done some homework on your Capital Wave Trader and it [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Capital Wave Trader Risks
japie8301
japie8301 asked:
I am not sure but I read somewhere that Paladium is the metal to go for [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Investing
Roxy
Roxy asked:
When a company says it has a minority interest what does that means? I saw the [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Investing Minority interest
If you’ve researched companies to invest in on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), you may have come across ADRs. So what exactly are ADRs? Who issues ADRs? And why would shares on the JSE have ADRs? Let’s take a closer look…

What are ADRs? ADRs are American Depository Receipts. They trade on US stock exchanges, such as the New York Stock Exchange. The purpose of ADRs is to allow American investors to buy shares in foreign companies, such as a company listed in South Africa. Even though the focus of ADRs is for American investors, any... [read more]
Anneli
Anneli asked:
When it comes to dividend payments, what is the record date? [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Dividends Dividend payments
Roxanne
Roxanne asked:
With the big banks being downgraded, is there going to be any impact on bank [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Personal Finance Banking downgrade
noluthando9397
Please may you recommend a broker for me apart from GT247. I am left with [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Forex Trader Forex 1 answer
The price earnings (PE) ratio is one of the most cited financial ratios. It can be a handy ratio to use, but it has its shortfalls. The good news is, there’s a modified version of the PE ratio. This deals with some of the issues with the PE ratio. So what is this other ratio? Read on to find out…

The problem with using the PE ratio One of the easiest and quickest ways of valuing a company is to look at its PE ratio. You can calculate a company’s PE ratio by dividing its current share price by its latest or forecast earnings per share... [read more]
noluthando9397
Good day I a subscribed with the SMS Forex (FXT Bulletin)product form [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Forex Forex 1 answer
JulieB
JulieB asked:
Have you got any suggestions for a buy and hold portfolio? [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Investing Investment strategy 1 answer
IanIan
IanIan asked:
Why is the director of Petmin putting so much on the line here: Director: [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Penny Shares Penny shares 1 answer
As the rescue of African Bank gets well underway, if you’ve read anything in the financial press about the process, you’ll have seen the term ‘book value’. In African Bank’s case, the rescue plan involves splitting the ‘good’ bank (with a book value of R26 billion) from the ‘bad’ bank (with a book value of –R17 billion). So what does book value mean? Read on to find out…

What is a company’s book value? Book value is the value of all a company’s assets, minus all of its liabilities. It’s a measure investors... [read more]
335353
335353 asked:
Is Kayla Muller from Cape Town a scam? I am searching for money making ideas on [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Money Online income 3 answers
Maureen
Maureen asked:
Was there anything particular that helped the JSE end higher yesterday? [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Stock Market Jse 1 answer
Julesey
Julesey asked:
How did the rand respond to news that the SA economy isn’t in recession? [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Economy Rand 1 answer
When you’ve read the financial news, no doubt you’ve come across the term ‘private equity’ before. So what is private equity? What makes it different to equity on the stock market? Let’s take a closer look…

What is private equity? Last month, pension company Alexander Forbes made a return to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange after a seven-year absence. The company delisted in 2007 after a private equity consortium bought the company. So what makes private equity different from ‘normal’ buyouts on the stock market? Well... [read more]
Steven
Steven asked:
What is the PE ratio? [read more]
Published at 27 Aug. 2014 in: Investing Pe ratio 1 answer
motlogelwa
motlogelwa asked:
How do I go about to register my property rental as a business and what type [read more]
Published at 26 Aug. 2014 in: Property Rental
mohamed6888
Why is Keaton shares performing so poorly, if the company is supposedly doing [read more]
Published at 26 Aug. 2014 in: Penny Shares 1 answer
When it comes to investing in property to rent out, you want to ensure you’re going to see a good return on your money. If you pay too much for a property, you won’t see a return on your investment that makes the venture worthwhile. That’s where a property’s rental yield comes in. Not only will this calculation help you weigh up an investment, but it can give you a good idea of the risk you’re taking on. Read on to uncover what you need to know about rental yield…

What is rental yield? If you’re a budding property investor, you... [read more]
Sithabile
Sithabile asked:
What company is Burger King merging with? [read more]
Published at 26 Aug. 2014 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Burger king
name
name asked:
Why did the court bid fail for those people who were affected by the R699 car [read more]
Published at 26 Aug. 2014 in: Personal Finance R699 car scheme 1 answer
andani
andani asked:
Why is Mark Shuttleworth appealing a decision by the Reserve Bank this week? [read more]
Published at 26 Aug. 2014 in: Economy Mark shuttleworth 1 answer
ANTOINETTE1
What emerging markets have been doing well lately? [read more]
Published at 26 Aug. 2014 in: Investing Emerging markets 1 answer
Eason
Eason asked:
Is Lonmin retrenching lots of staff? [read more]
Published at 26 Aug. 2014 in: Shares & Stock Ideas Lonmin
 


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