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One share, one vote, right? Not necessarily. With certain voting structures some shareholders will be more equal than others.
Company debt is not necessarily a problem, but when it becomes excessive, it can prove disastrous for shareholders. It’s therefore imperative to keep an eye on debt levels.
Yes, profits are good. But also consider the impact of ethical practices before investing in a business.
PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw explains why you should be aware of risk premium in your portfolio at all times – especially in current market conditions.
Although times are tough, playing it ‘too safe’ can actually be detrimental to your investment goals. It’s important to find a balance between risk and growth.
Your stake in a company may be small, but when it comes to big decisions, every vote counts – yours too, writes investment expert Simon Brown.
Minister of Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe says the latest version of the Mining Charter will empower mineworkers and mining communities while shielding companies.
Investors are often unsure how to react when directors buy or sell shares. Is it good when they buy? Should investors be concerned when they sell? Simon Brown tackles this issue.
Shareholders have reached a compromise on Group Five's new board, selected at an extraordinary general meeting.
South Africa's net foreign reserves have increased to $41.953bn in September from $40.795bn the previous month on the SABMiller/Anheuser-Busch InBev deal.
Many investors voted against Mr Price Group's remuneration policy at this week's annual general meeting.
The Government Employee Pension Fund has impaired Lancaster 101, Steinhoff's BEE partner. The state pension fund is invested in Lancaster through the Public Investment Corporation. Other impairments included Independent News Media and Agri Poultry.
In in his latest column, PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw looks at stats and three themes that are currently making noise in the background of the investment world. Read his analysis here.
New listings might offer exciting investment opportunities. But ensure that you know the motives behind a new listing before you get carried away.
The enigmatic CEO of Tesla has cost his company billions of dollars by airing his views on Twitter. It’s time that the Tesla board steps in to protect shareholders
If nobody holds majority shares in a company, shareholder voting can become messy.
The high court has reserved judgment in a case brought by minority shareholders in Lodestone, seeking an interim order to prevent Mayfair and others from selling their shareholding in the company.
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?
Naspers expects earnings per share to increase by more than 180% for the financial year.
Acsa has refused to respond to questions following legal action from two minority equity partners, who reportedly claimed it is holding them “economically hostage”.
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