In this episode of JSE Direct, Simon Brown talks about the JSE’s 10 most forgotten shares with Finweek deputy editor Tandisizwe Mahlutshana. He looks for opportunity for investors in ARB Holdings, investigates the Datacentrix and Phumelela results and explains the workings of Exchange Traded Funds.
This week Simon Brown talks to Tandisizwe Mahlutshana about the Finweek cover story called Ecomomics, The Working Mothers Economy by Lisa Illingworth. He also talks about results from Zeder, trading bubbles and Nigeria over taking South Africa as the largest economy in Africa. In Bookends Ian Cruickshanks picks his three favourites.
In this week’s show Simon talks about the Finweek cover called “Grow your business through networking” by Tandisizwe Mahlutshana, results from Vunani and Capitec, the new Palladium ETF and two new Grindrod ETFs. He also elaborates on the three day rule – with Pinnacle – turning R100 000 into R1m in five years and our final Finweek boot camp interview.
In this week’s JSE Direct, Simon Brown talks about the Finweek cover story with Tandisizwe Mahlutshana. The story is called, “How to make a million in five years (or less)” by Kristia van Heerden. He looks at results from EOH and Sasfin, what your trading edge is, Finweek boot camp and 20 books for traders.
On this week’s JSE Direct, Simon Brown talks about the latest Finweek cover story called, “How a trillionaire might manage their money” by Marc Ashton & Kristia van Heerden. He discusses why you should forget about technical analysis and rather focus on psychology, results from Rolfes and Hyprop and whether retirement is still a valid concept?