Sygnia: Big moves for bright lights

Peter Armitage and Magda Wierzycka both had humble beginnings, writes Anthony Clark

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An ETF for every taste

The many funds that track indices have both attractions and limitations that investors need to be aware of, writes Laura du Preez

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Pick of the Month: British American Tobacco

In the past financial year BAT showed solid performance from most of its traditional cigarette markets

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York Timber: Deep roots but not enough fertiliser

There has clearly been a value unlock play over the past 12 months that astute investors have enjoyed

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EOH: Hard work pays off for Van Coller and his team

Management has found traction in rightsizing the business, but some stern challenges remain

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ANTHONY CLARK: TWK Investments: Chop til you drop

Getting to grips with a company’s prospects involves more than just the numbers

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EWC: Unpacking SA’s scariest acronym

Strong views are expressed as the finalisation of land expropriation legislation draws near, writes Donwald Pressly

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Trellidor: The doors are open for further expansion

What is clearly evident from Trellidor’s results, is the surprising resilience of consumer confidence in this segment of the market

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Barloworld: Strong balance sheet makes a difference

Barloworld is showing strategic focus, with the balance sheet to back it up

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Safe havens: Time for offence or defence?

A balance between offence and defence is necessary as some safe havens have lost their lustre, writes Pedro van Gaalen

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WARWICK LUCAS: Trying to decipher crypto

When entering this minefield, remember that today’s hero is tomorrow’s zero

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What’s safer? Gold or money markets?

The metal and the money market each has its place, writes Pedro van Gaalen

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Bitcoin not a sure thing

Crypto’s volatility, and the likelihood that governments will move against it, are among the reasons, writes David Bacher

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Super small cap shares to keep an eye on

Investors are spoilt for choice in the small-cap universe, and there are many good opportunities if you’re willing to put in the work, writes Shawn Stockigt

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The lavish, the austere, and small caps that last

The few small caps that endure for decades do prove rewarding for faithful backers

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The bitcoin revolution

This digital currency is changing society, just like the printing press and the steam engine, writes Rob Price

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