If by rolling, you mean trading, then i would suggest going to some of the courses offered by OST, especially the one presented by Simon Brown, "Trade to trade Well" - most of your questions will be answered during these sessions...
Hi, If you trade shares in the top40 you should be fine. Set up a position in AGL, before 30 July (results). Trading in a range R265 - R300, don't buy at current levels, put in a order for R270.00, good chance of getting a nice dividend when the results are released.
Lesson 1: The market doesn't care about your beliefs or what you're thinking! Lesson 2: Only use cash that you can afford to lose. If you need the money to feed your kids, don't put it in the market. Further lessons comes with a small fee ;-)
Welcome Supermom. Don't be scared. You have to learn. It's nice and interesting. The current market is broken so as stated previously, do all the free courses - TWICE, BECAUSE IT'S NICE. If you don't understand something do research and more research. Sounds like a boring process, but if you are really interested go for it. Don't listen to people scaring you. It is not scary. It is exciting and here is the crunch part - even when you lose money. The secret is, if you are going to trade, do it with very small chunks and you will be fine.
If you do the courses, preferably those offered by Standard Bank,you will have a good start. Research (facts, figures, trends) a couple of shares (in the top 40) and believe in yourself. Don't be too greedy and don't be afraid to get out of a share when you have made a wrong decision! Good luck! PS: beta tell your hubby that heand the kids will be eating takeouts for a while!
suki only if they use their own money Woman are brilliant at handling their own money not their husbands for some reason they think that when they spend the the husbands money they have to reach sa monthly target when its their money its suddenly managing a budget
suki only if they use their own money Woman are brilliant at handling their own money not their husbands for some reason they think that when they spend the the husbands money they have to reach a monthly target when its their money its suddenly managing a budget