The Investor May 2020

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By Richard Cluver                        May 2020 Last month I explained how Blue Chip shares offer the man in the street a means of climbing aboard the money express. Screeds have been written and will continue to be written about the world’s ultra blue-chip shares and […]

Thomé & Heloise

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(R. Vane, ©2020)

If you have ever been fortunate enough to experience young love in all its wonder and tenderness, Thomé & Heloise will speak to you like no other story has ever before done. Acclaimed as the story of the year and arguably the best you will ever read, Thomé & Heloise speaks honestly of teenage love, trust, the agonies of parting and, above all, of fulfilment in body and soul. You will not be able to put it down!

The Investor April 2020

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By Richard Cluver  April 2020 In the March issue I showed how young folk have on average made themselves slaves to the easy credit of our modern economic system. And I illustrated how a young couple who elected to delay marrying, buying a mortgaged home and shiny new cars soon after graduating from university could, […]

The Investor March 2020

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By Richard Cluver                      March 2020Market Meltdown’s Velocity Bruises Investors: a view from Wall StreetBy Amrith Ramkumar of The Wall Street JournalMarkets have never unravelled as quickly as they did in the past month. Stocks are falling faster than they did during the financial crisis, the […]

The Investor February 2020

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By Richard Cluver                February 2020 Few investors are able to read the big picture because they believe it is too complicated for ordinary folk to understand. But it really is not if you can learn to look behind the clutter of detail. Thus, for example, few understand why […]

The Investor January 2020

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Time to face realityBy Richard Cluver                           January 2020A quarter of a century of ANC misrule has seen a massive transfer of wealth from ordinary South Africans who pay three times as much as their US counterparts for a home loan, have seen the […]

The Crash of 2020

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Nobody can with any certainty predict when the next big share market crash will come. But it is certain that it will come and with an unerring accuracy rate of better than 85 percent over the past 17 years of observation, the artificial intelligence algorithms in my ShareFinder software predict that the next Johannesburg Stock Exchange crash will begin on October 7 2020. Hong Kong will follow on October 13, London on the 14th and, as the contagion spreads, Wall Street is likely to follow in June 2021.

The Investor December 2019

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May we at RCIS and ShareFinder International wish all our readers everything they would wish themselves over the festive season. Please note our offices will be closed on Monday December 23 and will re-open on Thursday January 2Rating the Unit TrustsBy Richard Cluver   December 2019Choosing a unit trust that meets individual needs can be […]