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Sasha Planting is Moneyweb’s Deputy Editor and writes on investment and companies. While the output of labour and capital - wealth creation - is important, she is more interested in the people that enable wealth creation.

Conversations with my son

The art of stock picking, from a 19-year-old’s perspective.

A 101-guide to building your crypto-portfolio

It’s not for the faint-hearted.

Buyer beware

Naspers does not own Tencent directly. Instead it is involved in a convoluted structure known as a variable interest entity.

What is up with short-selling our market?

‘Truth is like poetry. And most people hate poetry.’

Moving beyond the popping candy

It is time to get to work.

Steinhoff: Just a consequence of capitalism?

The story began, as these things often do, at the top.

An electric opportunity

The rise of electric vehicles presents opportunities to SA miners; but there are risks too.

Changing capitalism as we know it

If capitalism is not addressed, taking into account customers, employees, suppliers, and the environment will be the least of a company’s responsibilities.

Ten stocks that Zuma can’t break

Regardless of how badly the government messes up the economy.

If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck…

Then it is a duck. But when is corruption not corruption?

An astrologer’s guide to stock-picking

It’s up there with the Magic Faraway Tree.

Taking its place on the stage

Distell’s transformation efforts could find their mark.

The robots are coming – so what?

What’s the fuss about artificial intelligence?

Reflation: New thinking for a changed market

SA investors advised to think global.

Optimism of a different kind

To give up the desire to learn is to give up hope in the future.



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