Wednesday, 30th July 2014
Investment Club Day- At the JSE 2nd July 2014
Webinar - Investment Strategy: Asset Allocation 6th August 2014
Webinar - What is technical analysis 11th August 2014
Webinar - Developing a trading strategy 19th August 2014
Webinar - Technical Analysis: Bar Charts 20th August 2014
Webinar - The Rational Read more [...]
US markets closed off their lows last night following notes from the Fed that proved unexciting, but mostly in line with what analysts had expected. Asian markets are also trading without much direction this morning, with emerging market currencies remaining weak against the US Dollar. The Rand was last quoted at R10.67/$, with gold trading at $1,293 an ounce. World futures are trading flat. Read more [...]
PSG Foreign Exchange
News of the day
The rand notched its third straight daily loss against the dollar yesterday, hitting a week low as investors gravitated towards the greenback after U.S. GDP data came out stronger than forecast.
The dollar held below a 10-month peak against a basket of major currencies this morning after soaring on upbeat U.S. growth data.
The FED tapered monthly bond buying to $25 billion in their sixth consecutive Read more [...]
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Chinese proverb
Making buy and sell decisions in the share market can be tricky
Some investors want to get quick and easy tips on how and when to buy and sell their shares without doing the homework themselves. This is short-sighted, because the same process is not guaranteed to deliver results every time. On the other hand, consider how empowered you will feel if you have Read more [...]
“Rule number 1: Never lose money. Rule number 2: Never forget rule number 1.” Warren Buffett
At PSG Asset Management, we consider risk in the first step of our process
There are various reasons why we do this. One of the most important ones is the fact that the climb is always double the fall. What do we mean by that?
If an investment declines by 50% in value, it has to increase in value by 100% to return to its peak (as shown in Chart 1). If the value of an investment is R100 when it Read more [...]