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Not all shares are the same. And not all financial metrics will apply equally to all.
There’s often a lot of fanfare when a listed company proposes a merger or acquisition. However, Simon Brown advises investors to scrutinise the rarely-attainable promises that tend to come with a proposed deal.
Following on from his previous column, Simon Brown offers advice on how traders
should employ stop-losses to manage risk.
At the start of this year, expectations around the S&P 500 index weren’t great. However, things have turned. PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw takes a look at why sometimes forecasts can be incorrect.
It appears there will be more buying of Naspers shares over the next few days, says a market analyst.
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.
Some of its major SA shareholders are Coronation and the Public Investment Corporation.
The Reserve Bank has to start cutting rates. And history needs to repeat itself.
So far, 2019 has been disastrous for investors in most of South Africa’s largest listed companies.
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.
The sale was effected through an accelerated bookbuild offering to institutional investors.
African Rainbow Capital's co-CEO Johan van der Merwe said the company's share is trading at a discount, bigger than that of its peers, and steps will be taken to address this.
After doing some research, investment expert Simon Brown found that the expected duration for a stock to maintain a major listing is around 20 years. How, then, should investors approach long-term investing, given this information?
Steinhoff International Holdings is considering the sale of about a quarter of Pepco Group through an initial public offering that could value the European retailer at more than R66bn according to people familiar with the matter.
Just because a company – or market – has had a good run, doesn’t mean this will remain the case, writes PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw. To illustrate this, he looks at comparative data of the top ten performing shares and countries, respectively.
Mark Zuckerberg said in 2017 he planned to sell between 35 and 75 million Facebook shares over 18 months to plug money into his philanthropy efforts.
Decades of stock market and interest rates data point to a strong correlation between the two. PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw explains what history tells us about declining interest rate phases and how it could impact the JSE.
Investors are always keen to buy shares at a discount to fair value, but determining that fair value is ?not straightforward.
Foreigners now own 52% of the JSE. This is what they like to buy.
After declining about $20bn in 2018, Mark Zuckerberg’s fortune is bouncing back.
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