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Wealth Simplified April 2014

WEALTH SIMPLIFIED Tuesday, 22nd April 2014 NEWS UPCOMING EVENTS Webinar - Making better investment decisions 23rd April 2014 Book Now Traders Forum - George 29th April 2014 Book Now Traders Forum - Centurion 6th May 2014 Book Now Webinar - Fundamental Analysis: The Cash Flow Statement 14th May 2014 Book Now JSE Seminar - Introduction to Trading Currency Futures 26th May 2014 Book Now Webinar - Technical Analysis: Continuation Read more [...]

Anticipating better results

It is the start of the tax season with most governments around the world operating on a fiscal year that starts 1 July. This is because it takes several months after December to collect all the tax revenue that is due to them. A fiscal year as defined by the Investopedia website as a period that a company uses for accounting purposes and preparing financial statements. For tax purposes, a company can choose to be a calendar-year taxpayer or fiscal-year taxpayer. Many companies, for example, have a February financial year end that begins 1 March and ends 28 February. A financial or fiscal year, however, can be any twelve month period. A calendar year system, on the other hand, runs from January through to December and may make sense for a lot of companies. Both AfroCentric and AECI have June as their respective annual and interim periods. Read more [...]
Publication: In The Press

Rand Report 11 July 2014

PSG Foreign Exchange News of the day The South African rand weakened against the dollar on Thursday after data showed manufacturing output had slowed beyond expectations. The dollar headed for its biggest weekly decline versus the yen since April before Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies to lawmakers next week and as traders trimmed bets the central bank will raise interest rates. The South Korean won led losses among emerging Read more [...]
Publication: Rand Reports

Markets concerned over Europe’s banking system

US markets closed off their lows to end only 4-tenths of a percent lower, shaking off initial Portugal fears which saw futures tumbling pre-market. Asia is trading mixed this morning, with miners trading higher, however our gold ADR closed lower abroad after a 4-day winning streak, which should keep gains limited today. The Rand is holding on to its gains, trading at R10.70/$, with gold last at $1337 an ounce. World futures are trading +0.1% Read more [...]
Publication: TradeWise

Markets mixed after Fed minutes

US markets saw a rebound last night after minutes of the Fed showed that the Bank would taper a final $15b by October, however the minutes also showed that there are to be no rate hikes until mid-2015, which was what markets were looking for. The Dow and S&P500 both added roughly half a percent, with the Nasdaq 2-thirds higher. Asia is following through this morning with Tencent trading over 1% higher, and miners also in the green. The Rand is stable at R10.67/$ as it looks like we might see a quick end to the metal-workers strike, with gold last at $1330 an ounce. World futures are trading flat. Read more [...]
Publication: TradeWise

Rand Report 10 July 2014

PSG Foreign Exchange News of the day South Africa's rand held firm against the dollar on yesterday, building on the near 1% gains achieved in the previous session amid hopes of an imminent end to an engineering sector strike. The dollar traded around one-week lows against a basket of major currencies this morning, coming under pressure after minutes of the Federal Reserve's June meeting gave no clear indication about the timing of any Read more [...]
Publication: Rand Reports

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