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Hi All There has been an extraordinary reaction to a couple of articles by Max Du Preez and Magnus Heystack, recently published on Moneyweb. Perhap...

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I am wondering why the Fed doesn’t just come out and announce a date and programme for the ending of QE. I can’t help feeling like it’s become a bit of a game. Getting mixed signals from a recovering economy is nothing new. Waiting for sets of consistent data in the US while broad consensus is that things are improving, is seeming to me less and less like the way to go. The uncertainty created is not healthy. Perhaps we are near the end of QE, judging by the volatility and moves one sees as the market tries to adjust and price-in the effects.

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October 2014 Newsletter
Last month I wrote that September has traditionally been the worst month in the year for equities, and history proves that statistic. There have been some rotten Octobers as well (anyone remember 1987?) and this month took markets on a rollercoaster ride.

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History shows that September is traditionally the worst month in the year for stock exchange performance. 

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I have spent the last two days face to face with some of the managers that manage money in our model portfolios. How illuminating!

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African Bank Curatorship - How does it affect us?

This is a quick note regarding African Bank (Abil) which went into Curatorship yesterday.

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Emerging markets are stabilizing, grabbing increased shares of the international equity investment market, as the bulls try to assert themselves once again. The bears had their way during the last 10 days, just reminding the market that there is no such thing as one way traffic, seeing to it that there were some down days to make everyone sit up and take notice.

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As of earlier this week, the JSE All Share is up about 11% year to date, which is now starting to look like something. Naturally this performance is a surprise against early year expectations...

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May 2014 Newsletter

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World stock markets continue hitting new highs consistently, albeit with nervousness expressed as drawbacks (losses) at the slightest negativity. So, despite the new highs, year to date returns are fairly flat. These are signs of a toppy market. The small difference this time is that we are arguably at the beginning of an expansion cycle, certainly in the United States.

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Open up the power of compound interest

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