When herd behaviour is used for selfishness, all you’re left with is a smug sense of entitlement, writes Charlene Naidoo.
High level clouds. Cool.
But one gold fund delivered a 46% return in the past year.
"I'm 89, I just had two different doctors tell me I'm in much better shape than I was a few years ago."
"Nobody can explain it, it's so far beyond any fundamental return that any shareholder could ever expect," the ex-Ford, GM, and Chrysler exec said.
The online-shopping giant's founder and CEO sold more than 1.7 million shares, or about 3% of his total holdings.
The famed investor's support of King marked "the first time there had been space in Warren's life for anything outside of moneymaking."
The JSE's all share index gained 8% in 2019 - but this number belies the diverging fortunes of different sectors.
Weakening economic data from Germany and China has stoked concerns of an impending economic slowdown worldwide.
In 2018, trader Petri shared his expectations for bitcoin’s price movement. He now looks back at his thesis, explaining why we have seen greater fluctuations than predicted.
Increasingly, EFTs are being touted by financial journalists, bloggers and other cool kids as the low-cost, anti-establishment investment that you've ‘just gotta have’.
See what the benefits are of getting a wealth manager versus investing on your own.
Stock markets are moving around like a child on a jumping castle, says Warren Ingram.
Ensign Peak Advisors, the investing arm of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, spilled the beans on its $40 billion stock portfolio.
The digital coin hit a five-month high as Wuhan coronavirus fears and the upcoming "halving" also boosted demand.
Not all shares are the same. And not all financial metrics will apply equally to all.
"When you look at the geopolitical strife, how many foreign entities really want to hold dollars?" Bridgewater co-chief Greg Jensen told the Financial Times.
"They've got that bazooka loaded to buy back Berkshire Hathaway stock if people panic," shareholder Bill Smead said.
"There is a confluence of uncertainty and it's rattling all markets."
The former basketball player turned angel investor has early stakes in Google and Apple — but says his favorite investment is Krispy Kreme.
Experts are worried that the increased global trade tensions could negatively impact economies around the world, including the US, Mexico, and China.
Early retiree John thinks many high-earning people, including himself, often fall into a trap early in their careers that breeds overconfidence.
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