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Steve Larter
ALSI Analysis | 20 November 2017 By Steve Larter - Nov 21, 2017

Hi Traders. I hope you all had a good weekend. The ALSI took a bit of a breather last week from it's upward momentum and had almost an entire week of downward movement. As predicted, it found support ...

Jason Muscat
Strong September Retail Trade Sales By Jason Muscat - Nov 15, 2017

September retail sales registered a very robust 5.4% y/y expansion, with all categories apart from hardware growing in the month. The September print, the last for the third quarter, saw the ...

Steve Larter
ALSI Analysis | 13 November 2017 By Steve Larter - Nov 13, 2017

Hi Traders I hope everyone had a good weekend, and that you are well rested for the week ahead. The ALSI has continued in it's upward longer term trend, for now. Last week, we saw a break out of the ...

John Maynard
Update on SA's " Junk Status By John Maynard - Nov 13, 2017

In today's blog we take a look at South Africa's "junk status" position and reference some of the points mentioned in our 4 April 2017 blog in which we discussed the the impact of "junk status" on ...

John Maynard
JSE All Share PE Ratio By John Maynard - Nov 10, 2017

RichemontIn today's blog we look at the Price/Earnings or PE ratio of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) All Share Index. And we find that eh overall market PE ratio has been climbing steadily over...

Steve Larter
ALSI Analysis | 6 November 2017 By Steve Larter - Nov 08, 2017

Hi Traders I trust you had a good weekend. The ALSI is once again on a major uptrend at the moment. It has been in a long term up trend since June, but more recently, it has been in a shorter term up...

John Maynard
Pick 'n Pay Latest Financial Results By John Maynard - Nov 06, 2017

Pick 'n Pay Stores (PIK) will be the stock in focus: (Price at time of writing: R60.10 as of 18 October 2017) Background and overview of Pick 'n Pay Stores (PIK) Pick n Pay is the quintessential ...

Steve Larter
ALSI Analysis | 30 October 2017 By Steve Larter - Oct 31, 2017

Hi Traders. Last week was quite a rollercoaster ride for the ZAR, mainly because of Gigaba's Mini Budget Speech on Wednesday. It sent the ZAR into a tailspin, reaching lows of R14,35 to the USD on ...

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