Technical talk: Bounce not that impressive …

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“When people are looking for lows or so afraid of missing the bottom (or a rally) then you can almost always count on it not being the real deal. Real rallies start when all hope is lost and investors become mentally worn out from calling for the bottom (so often) and being wrong that they finally stop trying,” said technical analyst Kevin Lane in his daily comments. […]






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China – better days ahead?

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The improved Chinese PMI numbers, together with the additional stimulus package, probably mark a trough in the GDP growth cycle. Will the Chinese command economy come to the rescue of the Western world? Time will tell, but there are rays of light, not least of which is a bullish-looking Chinese stock market. […]






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Is the JSE a buy?

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Analysts the world over are grappling with the question: Are markets cheap or just fair value at the current levels? Investment analysts and portfolio managers use a myriad valuation tools to try to get to grips with this question. One of the most commonly used valuation tools is the so-called price-earnings (PE) ratio, […]

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Fiscal stimulus in a picture

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A picture is worth a thousand words. This post shows a very interesting chart, provided by the US Congressional Budget Office, of the impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) on the economy. […]






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