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Wealth Simplified July 2014

WEALTH SIMPLIFIED Wednesday, 30th July 2014 NEWS UPCOMING EVENTS Investment Club Day- At the JSE 2nd July 2014 Book Now Webinar - Investment Strategy: Asset Allocation 6th August 2014 Book Now Webinar - What is technical analysis 11th August 2014 Book Now Webinar - Developing a trading strategy 19th August 2014 Book Now Webinar - Technical Analysis: Bar Charts 20th August 2014 Book Now Webinar - The Rational Read more [...]

Weak domestic economy adds to Rand’s weakness

US markets closed lower on Friday with Asian markets following suit this morning. The Rand remains weak at R11.05/$ with gold last at $1,232 an ounce. World futures are trading 0.3% lower. Read more [...]
Publication: TradeWise

Rand Report 15 September 2014

PSG Foreign Exchange News of the day South Africa's rand hit fresh seven-month lows against a rallying dollar on Friday, and was the worst performer in a basket of emerging market currencies as a weak domestic economy compounded its weakness. Most emerging Asian currencies fell on Monday as disappointing China data sparked concerns of a sharp slowdown in the world's second-largest economy when the U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to raise Read more [...]
Publication: Rand Reports

Rand Report 12 September 2014

PSG Foreign Exchange News of the day South Africa's rand traded close to a seven-month low against the dollar yesterday, after dismal manufacturing and mining production numbers pointed to an economy in trouble. The dollar headed for its biggest weekly gain in 10 months against major peers with U.S. data today predicted to show strengthening retail sales, adding to the case for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates. The pound Read more [...]

JSE closes almost unchanged in a choppy market

US markets closed mixed overnight with not much direction and Asian markets are trading in similar fashion this morning. The Rand was last at R11/$ with gold trading at $1,236 an ounce. World futures are trading +0.2% Read more [...]
Publication: TradeWise

Taking profits off the table

We have all heard stories of investors selling a share with a little profit, while holding onto shares with a bigger loss. There may be good reasons to sell a share at a profit but there are hardly ever good reasons to hold on to a losing share. The most common denominator would be the fear of turning a paper loss into a realisable loss. Many investors make the mistake of selling a winning share too soon, while other investors have the belief that one should never sell a winning share. After a share has a good run; you may be wondering whether you should take your profits or rather wait for a sign that the share is about to reverse direction. Most of the time, the company's fundamentals will show signs of stress, meaning that something has changed that will negatively affect its earnings and ultimately the share price. At other times, when a company starts cutting its dividend pay-out, it may be time to consider selling. Investors should not wait for the market to panic over a key fundamental but rather be prepared to sell a share while they still have some profits. Read more [...]
Publication: In The Press

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