In this edition of JSE Direct Simon Brown talks to Tandisizwe Mahlutshana about this week’s Finweek cover story, “Why education should not be compulsory”. Brown also takes a look at why platinum stocks are getting slammed, Calgro M3, Afrimat and Raubex results and the World Economic Forum on Africa. Book Ends features three books this week. Tune in!
In this edition of JSE Direct, Finweek contributor Simon Brown talks to Finweek editor about this week’s Finweek cover story, “SA’s Secret Economy”. The show also features a section on becoming a day trader and he takes a look at the iron ore and gold markets. In this week’s BRICS section, we take a look at Russia and in Bookends we look at Open Society by George Soros.
In this week’s show, Finweek contributor Simon Brown talks to Finweek deputy editor Tandisizwe Mahlutshana about this week’s cover story, “Forevermark” by David McKay. We also take a look at results from Purple Capital and Phumelela, how Raubex solved their bitumen problem and the plummeting gold price. Brown also covers Brazil in the continuing Brics special and new Quanto Futures on cotton, coffee, sugar, coco and more.
Simon talks to Finweek editor Marc Ashton about “The business of religion”, this week’s cover story by by Mandy de Waal and Jonathan H. Pienaar. You can also expect information on understanding the M&A process, Brics – Africa, seasonality in the local market and how traders deal with it and the new Derivatives Market Default Fund. Bookends this week is “One Up On Wall Street” by Peter Lynch.
In this edition of JSE Direct, Finweek contributor Simon Brown talks about the Finweek cover story “A Gautrain in Crisis” by James-Brent Styan and takes a look at what we can learn from Cyprus, as well as and FWX results. This weeks Bookends is with Carl Richards, author of “The Behavior Gap” and the link of the week is “Why ‘Making Money’ Should Not Be Your Investing Objective”.
In this week’s episode, Simon Brown talks to Finweek editor Marc Ashton about the latest Finweek cover, “Five Ways to Sex Up Small Business” by Jessica Hubbard. We bust the 2% myth, chat about being fully present when trading and in life and take a look at Vunani and Interwaste results. Our Bookends section is on “Civilization – The 6 Killer Apps of Western Power” by Niall Ferguson.
In this episode of JSE Direct, Simon Brown chats to Finweek editor Marc Ashton about the Finweek cover story “Soccernomics” by Tandisizwe Mahlutshana. We take a look at Metair, RBA Holdings and Rare Holdings results. TraderTalk looks at the recent Rand weakness and in Bookends we cover “The Intelligent Investor” by Benjamin Graham while the link for the week is “10 things I wish I knew when I started trading”.
Simon chats the Finweek cover (SA’s media shake-up by Mandy de Waal), where to for gold, new index free float rules, sequester, Protech fair value, results from Clover and Bowler Metcalf and Bookends with Noah Greenhill: Different: Escaping the competitive herd by Youngme Moon. In this podcast you will find: Marc Ashton talking- SA’s media shake-up by Mandy de Waal