ShareFinder

SF Market-beating desktop , web and mobile software that analyses your personal risk profile, tailors a share portfolio to your individual needs, links you to a brokerage to buy and sell and, finally, maintains a watch over your portfolio to recommend periodic changes . It has an 82% historical accuracy rate. This is the tool to help you find the path to financial independence

Email Service

For the busy professional. Without having to do anything , you get a daily/weekly information service listing short-term share trading opportunities and long-term investment opportunities: with automated reportings by the ShareFinder analysis engine , delivered to your inbox. No software to buy and no analysis to do. Just follow the reccomendations.

Prospects

A monthly investment newsletter concentrating on the blue chip share market, with share recommendations. Back issues are available.

 

Saxo Trading Platform

RCIS has developed software to help you pick which shares to buy and sell. Now , get the ability to actually execute that advice with the Saxo trading platform. RICS has partnered with Saxo and made it easy to buy and sell shares online - through your computer , tablet , iPad , smartphone and many other devices.


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8 The Investor November 2016

In search of growthby Richard CluverFaced with the dilemma of capital gains taxation killing off share portfolio growth, because the implied tax consequences result in long-term investors being effectively blocked from selling underperforming shares, we have been investigating whether a unit trust could be created which could do as well as the virtual portfolio which […]


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image_thumb.png The Investor October 2016

Could the bull market end by nigh? The way ahead for share market investors has been troubling enough coping with a stagnant South African economy and the impact of Zupta machinations that have sent the Rand reeling. But now there is a fresh problem looming; the likely end of the longest-running bull market of modern history.If […]


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Trusts in SARS sightsby Richard CluverFinance Minister Pravin Gordhan has long signalled his dislike of trusts which, he has made clear, he regards as devices employed by the wealthy to avoid taxes. And if proposals forwarded to the minister by the Davis Commission in July are brought into law, the financial position of trust beneficiaries […]


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image_thumb.png The Investor February 2016

  Turning the screws on investorsby Richard CluverThough most ordinary folk were relieved that Pravin Gordhan’s latest budget did not deliver the pain and suffering that most had expected, the sting was in the tail when he announced yet another increase of capital gains taxation.The announcement raises the maximum effective capital gains tax rate for individuals […]


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