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JSE Superhero No 3 – Naspers

Superpower: Trendspotting.

JSE Superhero No 2 – Capitec

Superpower: Flexibility.

More diversification with Section 12J

Westbrooke expands its February 2019 investment offerings.

JSE Superhero No 1 – Clicks

Superpower: Reliability.

The three stocks that have defied the JSE’s stagnation

Introducing the local market's superheroes.

Were you brave enough to invest in these penny stocks in 2018?

The JSE's big winners last year – not for the faint-hearted.

Four global investment trends to watch in 2019

And the implications for SA.

Would you rather get Absa’s interest rate, or its dividend?

You can currently get a higher yield from the share than you would in a notice account.

Steinhoff is not the JSE’s biggest loser

Construction companies are the bourse's real dogs.

Does this sound familiar?

The story of the UK market has local resonance.

Investors mistakenly want to withdraw money

One can never be sure when a bad market will end and a new market will start, so you can’t time the market - Suzean Haumann, Brenthurst Wealth.

What Clover is telling us about the state of the market

There is value that is being underappreciated.

Active managers take on passive with low fees, costs and tracking errors

Investors still looking for outperformance.

Income funds dispel the notion that risk and return are opposites

They can and do outperform other asset classes.



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