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Investment Review – April 2019

When Economics Meets Politics.

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Planners key to financial fitness

The goal is to create wealth by using money effectively, writes Lynette Dicey

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How you can influence your investment outcomes

While we cannot control or accurately predict market movements or macroeconomic factors, this does not mean we have no control of our own financial future. There are various decisions that we can make to ensure a more secure outlook for ourselves, even in the midst of the uncertainty.

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Investment Review – March 2019

New opportunities in China

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Investment Review – February 2019

Artificial Intelligence… or Artificial Investing?

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The dash for cash

The end of the calendar year often leads to reflection on how one’s investments have performed. Many savers are questioning the wisdom of investing in South African equities after a lean period, especially relative to what must currently feel like the safe haven of cash.

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2019 Budget speech update

During the budget speech this afternoon, the Minister of Finance announced no surprise tax increases. The focus has shifted from revenue collection to restoring public confidence in the credibility of the South African Revenue Service and the country.

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Investment Review – January 2019

Controlling the Controllables

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Investment Outlook 2019

Fundhouse Investment Outlook for 2019

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Investment Review – December 2018

2018 – Paving the way for the ‘new dawn’

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