Hi asylum, I know. This is actually a remark in despair. Taking into account the state of our electricity supply and the effect it has on businees and household, some cities' roads, politics in general, the negative attitude of our fellow-men. It is said that in developing markets (such as RSA) the economy is place second after politics. We as hopeful South Africans are being swung at the end of the rope by a large number of influences... a bumpy ride to withstand. Regards.
ALL the big shares and indices on long term support to\maintain bull trend so if the us dont use its proposed help tgo the markets then world markets going down- todays speech should be the turning point but the govt intervention will signal a change maybe a flat trend til we get pos+ - but discussingf this makes me sad as yesterday i thought it will be a good turn but it was not if they dont soar today we all f£%$£ked.