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Investors Monthly is a magazine published by Times Media, Media Division included in the Financial Mail on the last Thursday of the month.

Christo Wiese. Picture: FINANCIAL MAIL

Useful spares in your workshop

Mining and industry are looking a bit derelict right now, but the wheel has to turn one day, writes Anthony Clark

Opening Bell and Opinion

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Reinet: More of an all-rounder than just a proxy for BAT

Richemont executive chairman and CEO Johann Rupert. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES

Unlike its counterparts, whose shares have offered narrower discounts to the underlying portfolio value, Reinet still trades at a deep discount to its intrinsic value

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Overview of the Month: Naspers stars as the bourse fluctuates


After a rocky start to the year, May proved to be another positive month for the JSE all share, albeit in volatile trade

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Helping the industry transform


Royal Investment Managers is a vehicle aimed at helping grow the number and scale of black-owned asset managers and investment talent in the country, writes Johann Barnard

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A supportive but non-interfering shareholder

Rands. Picture: THINKSTOCK

Rand Merchant Investments has made a bold entry into the asset management industry, writes Johann Barnard

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The beauty of boutiques

Picture: ISTOCK

Market is ripe for independents to take on the big boys, writes Johann Barnard

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Hedge, but do it wisely


According to the Association for Savings & Investment SA, hedge fund assets under management grew by R5.1bn in calendar 2015 to R62.1bn

The V&A Waterfront, Cape Town. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES

Property Investment: The streets where the rich stay

Dock Road, which backs on to the uber-exclusive V&A Marina residential enclave, has surpassed Nettleton Road in Clifton to become SA’s most expensive street in which to live


Editor’s Note: A recipe for preserves without a rush or a crash

There are more than a handful of South African-focused shares that I would not be too uncomfortable investing in at current levels


Talking Technicals: Milling about for two years

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JSE top 40 index has not gone anywhere as a whole, though sectors differ widely

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Searching for a safe spot


Asset managers can’t just sit and wait for better days, writes Johann Barnard. Somehow they must get returns


ADDICTIVE: In 1995 the Wiehahn report found that limiting the number of casino licences in SA to 40 would be appropriate. Picture: BUSINESS DAY

Final stretch or the end?

The gaming industry could be sprinting towards the winning post — or losing to the lawless and the law, writes Larry Claasen

Investors Monthly

Continent loses favour

Picture: ISTOCK

The African endeavours of many property stocks have ended; however, some are in for the long haul, writes Joan Muller

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Leaning outwards from SA


This month we look at five property funds offered by the large asset managers


Now this promises to be a fierce struggle

Have no doubt: there is fear on both sides of the Lewis Stores court battle as the opponents head into frightening and uncharted waters, writes Ann Crotty

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Investors on the defensive

Leon Campher, CEO of the Association for Savings and Investment South Africa. Picture: FINANCIAL MAIL

Capital preservation rather than accumulation is the new watchword, writes Johann Barnard

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Opening Bell: Pursuit of profit from protection

Trellidor. Picture: SUPPLIED

Companies in the security sector offer investors a key to one of the few sweet spots in the economy. But opportunities on the JSE are scarce



Pick of the Month: Nampak

The market has already punished Nampak, hammering its share price from a record high of almost R45 in November 2014 to its current level of around R17

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Investment Briefs: All sewn up


Whatever is the investment arm of the SA Clothing & Textile Workers Union up to?

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Economy Watch: Which is worse: inflation or no growth?


Several economists are revising their growth forecasts lower since the disastrous first-quarter number and believe it is becoming increasingly likely that the Bank will opt for only one more rate hike this year

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Still battling to get a clear picture

Ellies CEO Wayne Samson. Picture: Russell Roberts

There is hope for plenty of work when the new TV broadcast technology comes into operation

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Trade of the Month: Afrimat vs PPC


That clinking sound is the profit from a market-savvy, diverse business

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New markets in town

Chichi Maponya.  Picture: JEREMY GLYN

The JSE won’t be the only choice for companies looking to list in SA, writes Moyagabo Maake. New contenders say they offer something different

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Little help for small investors

Picture: ISTOCK

A court judgment has drawn new outlines for the fair treatment of minority shareholders, writes Ann Crotty

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