Lockdown has opened many opportunities for self-reflection, and looking back on my own financial journey, I’ve certainly made some mistakes. Fortunately, however, maturity, my background and working in the financial services industry has taught me many valuable lessons that have helped me to also make a number of good decisions. And as we celebrate Women’s Month, I believe...
From negative interest rates to the trade war, CE Dr Adrian Saville gives CNBC Africa his take on the past decade. watch
A look at the major events and trends that shaped the local equity market. read more
CE Dr Adrian Saville comments on the cost of load shedding and energy insecurity. read more
“You’re never going to get ahead if you are paying interest.” Fund Accountant Silindile Ngubo comments read more
“We’ve been able to take in our stride without a currency crisis materialising, but… what would happen if the global circumstances changed” - CE Dr Adrian... read more
January marks the start of both a new year and a fresh and exciting new decade with many more challenges and surprises in store. So, as we wrap up 2019 and prepare to set off into the roaring 20s, Fund Accountant Silindile Ngubo shares the key financial lessons that...
CE Dr Adrian Saville discusses the three drivers shaping markets. read more
CE Dr Adrian Saville talks about forecasting versus the driving forces shaping markets when it comes to investment decision-making. listen up
History is one of investors’ greatest teachers, offering rich lessons and valuable guiding principles. But this aspect of investing is very much a level playing field – the past is “open access”. The distinction of the skilled investor lies in the discipline of...
“Just because something is being sold on Black Friday doesn’t make it a good deal”, Yanga Nozibele, Investment Associate read more
CE Dr Adrian Saville talks to eNCA about the Reserve Bank’s interest rate announcement, SEO bailouts and the economy. https://youtu.be/gnibDLduEy0
“Being approximately right is a far more powerful force in driving successful investment decisions than being exactly wrong”, CE Dr Adrian Saville. read more