Some people intuitively understand that investing for future gain is a long-term process that cannot be rushed. The management of our national parks is a lesson in sustainable investment management. Read more on this and other subjects in the latest Moneyweb Investor.
While US innovation soars and its tech listings continue at a ferocious pace, SA has no real plan for how to embrace the 4th Industrial Revolution. It will change our world and a strategy is an essential. Read more on this and other subjects in the latest Moneyweb Investor.
As the investment world falls more and more in love with the simplicity that ETF investing offers, index providers are realising that it comes with responsibilities. How well they manage these will affect all investors.
Company financial statements are the last line of defence for investors wanting to protect their investments. But these cannot always be trusted! Read this issue of The Moneyweb Investor – there are ways to solve this problem.
Stagnant economic growth and questionable economic policy is hampering the development of mid-sized – and investible – businesses in SA. Changing this will alter SA’s economic fortunes. This is a great investment read.
If you are one of those people who invests more energy into your credit card or medical aid rewards programme than you do your retirement savings, it may be time to change your priorities. Saving and investing is rewarding and does not have to be boring! The latest Moneyweb Investor brings you fascinating insights on investment opportunities in SA and abroad.
Volatility in global markets is higher than it has been in years, giving investors the jitters. Some ‘experts’ are suggesting a return to cash in case the markets implode. The answer, as always, is to hold a diversified portfolio and sit tight – and read The Moneyweb Investor.
They say the art of investing is to ignore the short-term noise and focus on attaining long-term goals. That’s true, but that doesn’t mean ignoring new trends and developments. The latest edition of the Moneyweb Investor is here to help you.
Getting the economy on the correct footing requires that everyone pulls their weight. Our writers this month have gone above and beyond with articles on how to profit from Zuma’s exit, and how to understand the short-selling phenomenon on the market and on developments in the private equity space.
The past year is littered with train wrecks like Steinhoff, SAA and Eskom. But there is real sense of ‘back to business’ in South Africa right now and this issue of the Moneyweb Investor captures some of that feeling. As such it is packed with need-to-know information.
Stock markets are soaring, but productivity is not. Innovation continues, but leads to fewer new jobs. And the great and the good are in Davos to discuss how to create ‘a shared future in a fractured world’. What to do? Read the latest issue of The Moneyweb Investor.
South Africans are fed up with corruption, or anything that has even a whiff thereof, as JSE rockstar Naspers is currently experiencing. Let’s hope an investigation puts paid to those allegations, as Naspers is one of the ten stocks that Zuma and his keepers truly cannot break.
As the year races towards its close, investors will be forgiven for feeling a little breathless. The British WWII propaganda phrase ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ feels particularly apt. In times like these it’s best to focus on doing things logically and sensibly, and we have an array of stories that should help investors to do just that.
Anyone would think that getting an economy moving is rocket science. It’s actually not. It requires single-minded commitment. While the politicians bicker, we celebrate the business men and women that are making it happen in a tough environment.
Despite what the astrologers say, there are no shortcuts when it comes to successful stock picking. Fundamental analysis counts. That said, what can PE’s and dividend yields tell you? We explore this in our cover story.
While technological change is driving advances in every industry around us; from education to new global currencies, it will never do away with the need for great teachers and strong leaders. In this newly minted issue of The Moneyweb Investor, we explore these issues and more.
Investing is simple. Investors want to put their cash somewhere that is going to deliver the best above inflation return for the lowest risk and cheapest price. As the political climate gets hotter and the economy colder, investors in the South African stock market are worrying whether to invest or not. We take a cold hard look at the realities in the scary scenario for SA Inc.
Yes, recession is stifling the economy and dirty politics darkens our discourse, but that is today. There are those who are planning for a better, brighter tomorrow. We talk to Chris van der Merwe, founder of Curro, about how he plans to transform tertiary education for the greater good with his new company, Stadio.
If the world’s best investment managers, who came together at a recent CFA conference, cannot figure whether a crash or correction is looming, ordinary investors can be forgiven for their hesitation. Thus the June issue of The Moneyweb Investor does its best to fill the gaps. With 17 stories and a podcast, you wouldn’t want
The relative strength of the rand has seen South Africans relax since the cabinet reshuffle and sovereign downgrades by S&P and Fitch.
Don’t be deceived – this is a self-inflicted wound. In the May issue of The Moneyweb Investor, we take a closer look to see which companies are likely to thrive and which will not, in the post-downgrade world.
South Africa is facing significant challenges and not all are of our own making. This month’s issue of The Moneyweb Investor takes a closer look at Donald Trump’s economic policies and considers their implications for South Africa.
Radical economic transformation can only be enabled by growth, and growth by saving. This month’s issue of The Moneyweb Investor is packed with useful information for investors – from understanding share buybacks to a ranking of online stockbrokers.
Despite the best efforts of some politicians, South Africans carry on regardless. Nowhere is this more evident than at Yoco, a young, promising and innovative start-up. Read about it in this month’s issue of The Moneyweb Investor..
Sizwe Nxasana talks about a solution to the fees crisis as well as his passion for education. We also talk to ideas man Dean Kowarski and look at ways investors can back bright ideas. Click here for our regular insight and analysis.
The UK’s referendum in favour of leaving the European Union has weakened the pound, created market uncertainty and may lead to recession. We investigate how this could affect SA companies with UK exposure. We also look at angel investing, investment opportunities in Africa and talk to Amazon’s CTO.
The tourism industry is South Africa’s economic silver lining. We look at which companies stand to benefit from this boom. We also talk to Paul Bulcke, CEO of multinational company Nestle about leadership and interview Karsten Wellner, CEO of fast growing pharma company Ascendis.
In this issue our company analysis contains no less than four ‘buy’ recommendations. And our cover story examines the cooperation between business, labour and government. But does it have any chance of success?
In the midst of a multi-decade manufacturing slump, we have a closer look at which industrials are still delivering. Other stories examine the forex crisis in Nigeria and Angola and its impact on the likes of Nampak and CIL.
The global tech sector is showing signs of a bubble, while the mining sector is looking set to bounce. We also talk to franchise queen Esna Colyn and much more in this, the 12th issue of the Moneyweb Investor.