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How to deal with creditors

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Dear Sir/Madam

I acknowledge receipt of your letter dated July 7, 2008 in which for the 3rd time you request that I pay the monies owed to you. I first want you to know that by no means do I dispute my […]

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Rob Fraim’s Energy Call

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“I believe that the stocks of energy companies have more than discounted the decline we have seen. 50% declines in stock prices have not been out of the ordinary. I don’t think you have to be a raging, snorting bull on the commodities themselves to believe that the producers of energy products and services will be very nicely profitable – even at today’s lower-than-before prices for oil and gas,” said guest contributor Rob Fraim in an excellent energy report included in this post. […]

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Financial institutions gasping for credit ‘oxygen’

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By Jeremy Gardiner

As fund managers, part of our role is to give some sort of indication to investors as to where we believe the world is going at any given time in order to facilitate investment decision-making. Our market predictions are generally the function of an enormous amount of fundamental analysis, […]

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Construction – the Jewel in our Crown

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By Cees Bruggemans

Construction is at present our best performing economic sector and will remain so for many years.

With the biggest construction companies hugely expanding their order books with contracts for Gautrain, power stations, roads, sports stadiums and other related infrastructure, as well as private sector orders, there doesn’t seem […]

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“Resources versus Financials and Industrials – where are we now?”

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By Neels van Schaik

Our regular readers will recall that we have previously discussed the correlation between the relative price performance of a company or index and the relative earnings performance of that same company or index. Recent market movements warrant a re-visiting of the topic.

The red line in […]

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