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Thomas Stringfellow was convinced a global stock market crash was inevitable. Now he is under arrest as regulators are trying to figure out what he did with hundreds of millions in investor funds – and how much may have gone into the local version of sport-wear brand Lorna Jane.
Investors are always keen to buy shares at a discount to fair value, but determining that fair value is ?not straightforward.
South African equity investors got the election result they wanted, more or less. Now they’re hoping President Cyril Ramaphosa will follow by choosing a team of competent ministers that’s lean and free of the taint of scandal.
It’s been derided as a house of cards, a gift to the one-percent, an experiment in monetary policy taken way too far. Now a bull market that for 10 years has confounded and chastened its detractors - by outlasting all its predecessors - is staggering up to death’s door. And haters and admirers alike are turning out to pronounce last rites.
Cheaper isn't always better.
The ANC pledged to tackle land reform responsibly as investor concerns mount over plans to change the Constitution to allow for expropriation without compensation.
"Sometimes they'll use models to make fake LinkedIn accounts. When you go to check out who's involved in the company, you'll see photos of all of these beautiful people."
Consider which is the better ownership structure: a broad or concentrated investor base?
The current bull market has been unusually extended, raising concerns over valuations of the US equity market in particular. So what should investors do at this point in the market cycle?
After engaging with stakeholders, the Western Cape's investment agency Wesgro has set out five ways in which investor confidence can be maintained.
Should ordinary investors be concerned when a director of a company they’re invested in exercises a zero-cost collar?
Facebook shareholders want Mark Zuckerberg to have less power.
…but your portfolio might be better off elsewhere. Ainsley To and Deon Gouws, head of the multi-asset team and chief investment officer at Credo Wealth, respectively, explain why.
President Donald Trump and China’s Xi Jinping will sit down for a highly anticipated dinner with investors and allies eager for a truce in the trade war between the world’s two largest economies.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's biggest task will be to give assurance to not only the investor community and the markets, but to South Africans, the taxpayers.
THIS is the ninth year of ENGEN Pitch And Polish, but it has what many young entrepreneurs need.
Economist Trudi Makhaya, a Rhodes scholar, consultant and the CEO of Makhaya Advisory, will oversee the work of the four special envoys on investment tasked with selling SA Inc to investors.
Pressure is mounting on businesses to divest from fossil fuel projects, with the World Bank also announcing a halt to fossil fuel project financing by 2019.
When a company issues more shares, those who already own some can either buy more or do nothing. Neither option may be appealing, but how should investors respond?
Government leaders should not make reckless statements, but rather show empathy towards South Africans, following the recent ratings downgrades, says Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.
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