Since 2004, complaints have piled up against Hlophe. The list is filled with allegations you don't want a senior judge to face, writes Adriaan Basson.
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As the world adapts to climate change, and data privacy becomes an election issue, investors should scrutinise their stockholding and consider possible new laws affecting certain sectors
If some of the stocks in your portfolio underperformed in 2019, there is no need to be alarmed. Do your year-end review to determine whether this is an aberration or a trend and take the appropriate action.
As recently relayed by our finance minister, the economic outlook for South Africa is rather bleak. However, investors should remain measured when making decisions about their investment portfolios.
While there are plenty of short-term risks with listed property stocks, investment expert Simon Brown still includes this sector in his long-term portfolio. He explains why.
On close inspection, it would seem that there are some quality shares on our bruised local bourse that present possible opportunities, according to PSG Wealth's Schalk Louw.
"By understanding how oscillators are calculated, we’re better equipped to correctly interpret the information that the indicator is giving us," writes Trader Petri. In his latest column, he explains how oscillators work – and why they are useful indicators for traders.
Using Benjamin Graham’s original concept of value investing, investment expert Simon Brown searches for value stocks on the JSE. Turns out they are hard to come by on our local bourse.
Often, investors have theories about future market movements that may be ahead of the curve. How should you then approach your current investment decisions based on such expected outcomes?
As the optimism about the JSE from just over a month ago turns to pessimism, it is natural that investors are wondering if they should throw in the towel. However, no matter the season, evaluating each and every share in your portfolio on a regular basis is very important, writes PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw.
When it comes to investment management, there are some important tools at your disposal that can assist. PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw explains the three steps he follows to help compile a strong portfolio.
There is always going to be some new hot stock that will be tempting to add to your portfolio. But if it doesn’t fit in with your investment strategy, don’t buy it, writes investment expert Simon Brown.
Share prices update constantly, and investors need to find a way of managing this non-stop feedback loop they get from markets to avoid getting rattled by crazy share price movements.
Since the first ETF listed on the JSE nearly two decades ago, a vast selection of these passive investment vehicles has become available. finweek consulted the experts for tips on investing in ETFs.
Panicking because other investors are scrambling? Before you follow the herd, there are some very real consequences to consider, warns PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw.
Want to buy offshore shares, but not sure how to go about it? From finding a registered broker, to determining your risk appetite, here are some of the key steps to follow.
Investors are humans too – which means emotions can influence one’s trade decisions. Maintaining discipline is key in helping you to avoid making those emotionally driven mistakes.
Given tough local conditions, it’s understandable that local companies look for opportunities in more stable environments offshore. However, what works for a company at home may not translate into a foreign market.
The harsh reality is that many people who reach retirement will not be able to make ends meet at the recommended withdrawal rate of between 5% and 6%. PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw offers advice on how to try and ensure you don’t come up short.
Are your investment goals unrealistic? Too often investors aim too high and lose, writes PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw. He offers some advice how to avoid getting burnt.
When it comes to managing your portfolio, make sure you understand the risks that come with the specific shares you are investing in. A volatility ratio can come in handy here, writes PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw.
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